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Did ya hafta go for CAFTA?

| Jul 28, 2005
Chris Farrell tells Kai Ryssdal what he thinks of the free trade agreement passed by Congress last night.

New Jersey and the Sudan

| Jul 28, 2005
Today New Jersey's acting governor Richard Codey will sign a bill that cuts all financial ties between Trenton and Khartoum. Jeff Tyler reports on the move to divest following atrocities in the Sudan.
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A new star for hockey

| Jul 28, 2005
Lisa Napoli talks with David Carter about hockey's hope for a starry Christmas — it's a Crosby, all right, but not Bing. Instead, meet young Sidney Crosby.

Bye bye employee discount

| Jul 27, 2005
You knew it couldn't last forever. Starting August 1 the only people getting the General Motors employee discount will be its employees. Amy Scott reports.

A cleaner way to clean up

| Jul 27, 2005
There is a way to treat heroin addiction without the ugly side effects of methadone — it's just not accessible. David Brown talks to reporter Douglas McGray.

The public's business: the estate tax

| Jul 27, 2005
As a possible permanent repeal of the estate tax looms in the Senate, Commentator Robert Reich is thinking somebody's getting a bad deal.

Labor splits. Will its power?

| Jul 27, 2005
The Teamsters and the Service Employees have left the AFL-CIO, taking more than 3 million workers (and their membership fees) with them. From Chicago, John Dimsdale reports.

Prime minister? Call him CEO

| Jul 27, 2005
Thaksin Shinawatra is Thailand's prime minister — and one of country's richest businessmen. He prides himself on, he says, "running the country like a company." Miranda Kennedy reports from Bangkok.

Hooray for Bollywood

| Jul 27, 2005
The Hindi language film industry based in Bombay, called Bollywood, is wildly popular with millions of Indians. Wannabe stars from the US and UK are flocking to Bollywood too. Youth Radio's Nishat Kurwa reports.

A mixed future for airlines

| Jul 27, 2005
Airline profits this past quarter have been something of a mixed bag: discount carriers look good, but United is still in Chapter 11. Brian Watt reports that it may be about to get some company.

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