John Dimsdale | Feb 2, 2006
Today, House Republicans chose John Boehner as their new leader to replace Tom DeLay, who's under indictment. Kai Ryssdal speaks to our DC Bureau Chief John Dimsdale about the vote.
Stephen Beard | Feb 2, 2006
The International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna is considering reporting Iran to the UN Security Council. The US has been applying its own pressure on Iran by leaning on European companies that trade with them. Stephen Beard reports.
Helen Palmer | Feb 2, 2006
The US Mine Safety and Health Administration has asked coal mines nationwide to "Stand Down for Safety" -- to run through their safety procedures for an hour on Monday morning. As Helen Palmer reports, the mining industry has been getting safer overall, but critics say safety enforcement has slipped.
Dan Grech | Feb 2, 2006
The first-ever energy summit between the United States and Cuba started today in Mexico. For the next three days, American energy executives will meet with Cuban officials to discuss... well, it's not really clear. From the Americas Desk, Dan Grech explains.
| Feb 2, 2006
Senators today heard about problems with the federal flood insurance program, which can't raise enough money to cover the Katrina payout with the premiums it currently collects. Congress is talking about raising the premiums. Policy analyst and commentator Peter Van Doren says that's not enough.
Kai Ryssdal | Feb 2, 2006
Kai Ryssdal rummages through the Marketplace mailbag to find out what's on listeners' minds.
Janet Babin | Feb 2, 2006
The patent dispute that might shut down Blackberries - those mobile e-mail devices - has revived debate about US patent law. Many have been complaining that the system is in desperate need of reform. Academics say it's stifling innovation and costing millions. But for those doing the inventing, flush with patent cash, the system is working fine. From the Innovations desk at North Carolina Public Radio, Janet Babin reports.
| Feb 2, 2006
People are already talking about this year's Super Bowl ads. Truckers saw an online preview of a Coca-Cola ad for the company's energy drink "Full Throttle," and started honking their horns. Curt Nickisch has more.
Scott Jagow | Feb 2, 2006
The savings rate is as low as it's been since the Great Depression. But personal finance expert Chris Farrell tells host Scott Jagow that's not necessarily bad news.