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An incentive clause for college athletes?

Jan 8, 2007
Top college coaches bring home more than a million dollars a year. The players don't see a dime before they graduate. Commentator Dwayne Ballen says there's a way to remedy the uneven economic playing field.
Posted In: Sports

No child left in the waiting room

Jan 8, 2007
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger wants to guarantee health insurance for every child in the state — whether they're here legally or not. Sarah Gardner reports.
Posted In: Health

Organics or...not?

Jan 5, 2007
Eating better is a common New Year's resolution. And that starts at the grocery store. Should you be filling your cart with organic products? Marketplace's Alisa Roth goes shopping.

Montreal's real-life Robin Hood

Jan 5, 2007
Four-month-old bistro Robin des Bois has already made its mark on Montreal's trendy restaurant scene — by catering to the rich and giving its profits to the poor. Judith Ritter has the story.

Off the streets, into Café Reconcile

Jan 5, 2007
An innovative non-profit in New Orleans is luring kids off the streets of one of the city's worst neighborhoods — and into the restaurant business. Patrick Johnson reports.

Job Files: Rocket scientist

Jan 5, 2007
This week Job Files takes us to meet a project manager whose job really is rocket science.

Spitzer joins calls for state health care

Jan 4, 2007
New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer says he wants to guarantee access to health care for all of the state's uninsured children, and help reduce the number of uninsured overall. Alisa Roth reports.
Posted In: Health

Pitchers are taking a mound of cash

Jan 4, 2007
Major League Baseball had a busy off-season, with players signed to some of the biggest deals ever. Business-of-sports analyst Diana Nyad talks with Kai Ryssdal about the players who got the most — pitchers.
Posted In: Sports

Piling on the costs to healthcare

Jan 4, 2007
We're all aware that being overweight can hurt your personal health, and your ego, too. But it also contributes to rising costs of health care. Helen Palmer reports.
Posted In: Health

Cities stuck with old stadiums

Jan 4, 2007
Older stadiums are getting more and more expensive to maintain, so who's going to pay for the renovations when the local municipality can't afford it? David Carter has some advice.
Posted In: Sports

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