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Thinking about Tom Delay

| Oct 21, 2005
Tom Delay's arraignment was postponed after the Congressman asked for a new judge. Delay isn't majority leader anymore, but Jeff Birnbaum says Washington is still DeLay's capital.

When Canadians get angry

| Oct 21, 2005
Canadians are a little bit steamed. They say we're not playing fair by NAFTAs rules. They're trying to do something about it, but no one in Washington is taking them seriously. Steve McNally reports from Toronto.

"Day in the Work Life": Graphologist

| Oct 21, 2005
On this week's "A Day In the Work Life" — our regular look at how folks trade time for money — we check in with a graphologist.
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Your Mileage Will Vary

| Oct 21, 2005
Wonder why your car doesn't get the mileage the dealer said it would? Don't worry &mdash; it's not you. The Environmental Protection Agency is finally planning to change the way it estimates mileage ratings. <em>Marketplace's</em> Scott Tong gets behind the wheel.

Pumped up in baseball and track

| Oct 21, 2005
Business of Sports commentator Diana Nyad talks to host Scott Jagow about the aftermath of the Balco steroids scandal.

Hollywood hearts the new iPod

| Oct 21, 2005
Variety's Managing Editor Michael Speier discusses Hollywood's interest in the new video iPod with host Lisa Napoli.

Programs face cuts on Capitol Hill

| Oct 21, 2005
After Katrina, Congress vowed to make New Orleans "better than it was" by addressing poverty. But on Thursday, lawmakers began cutting $50 billion from the budget, including programs for the poor. Jeff Tyler reports.

Vetting foreign takeovers

| Oct 21, 2005
Thinking Unocal and China, Treasury officials vowed Thursday to revamp the process of deciding whether national security is jeopardized by the sale of certain US assets to foreign companies. Janet Babin reports.

Google keeps on searching

| Oct 21, 2005
The search engine giant posted better than expected third quarter earnings yesterday and touched off a stock buying frenzy after the market closed. Ethan Lindsay reports.

Ford's troubles

Stacey Vanek Smith | Oct 21, 2005
Ford's Q3 numbers weren't as bad as GM's, but a $284 million loss still isn't good. Now the company has announced it will launch a major restructuring in January. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.

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