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Jan 20, 2010
The US military clearly violates at least one of the Ten Commandments all the time. But it turns out that some of the weapons being used to kill...
Jun 17, 2009
Even in a recession, a lot of people think tech jobs are a safe bet. But American engineers are losing their jobs faster than any other professional sector. Janet Babin reports.
Mar 11, 2009
Some say this is the wrong time to fight for workers' rights to unionize. But commentator Robert Reich argues the sooner the Employee Free Choice Act is enacted, the better it'll be for workers and the economy.
Jun 17, 2011
The Sinclair family lost two homes to foreclosure in 2008. We get an update on how they're doing today and why the family thinks they're ready for another mortgage.
Mar 11, 2010
Fashion magazines like Marie Claire and Glamour are hiring plus-size columnists and putting models who break the stick-figure mold on their covers in bathing suits. But professional women say they've been left behind. Sally Herships reports.
Oct 21, 2008
The U.S. Mint's new ad campaign for dollar coins depicts the Statue of Liberty leaving her post to buy a hot dog. Will it work? Jeremy Hobson reports despite the marketing, Americans just like paper money better.
Mar 3, 2010
We've known for a long time that entrepreneurship tends to run in families. But now researchers are asking: Could there actually be entrepreneurial genes? Mitchell Hartman reports.
Jan 29, 2010
What are the moral and financial implications of walking away from an underwater mortgage? Tess Vigeland talks with Henry Blodget, CEO of the "Business Insider," and Megan McArdle, of the "Atlantic" magazine, about so-called strategic defaults.
Oct 29, 2009
The Senate may take up a bill to extend benefits for more than a million unemployed Americans -- the fourth such extension. Mitchell Hartman reports.