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City mouse vs. country mouse?

Jul 11, 2005
After last week's subway bombings in London, many are wondering if mass transit is adequately protected here at home. Where will the dollars come from to beef up security? Amy Scott reports.

A bad day for Shrek

Jul 11, 2005
Today, DreamWorks Animation slashed its quarterly forecast and cancelled a stock offering, after a dismal first quarter. And it gets worse: The company says it's being investigated by the SEC. Marketplace's Alisa Roth reports.

Hero worship

Jul 11, 2005
After crossing the finish line at this year's Tour de France, Lance Armstrong will retire. What does that mean for the sport of competitive bicycling? Diana Nyad talks with host David Brown.

Secret Grooming Habits

Jul 11, 2005
You've seen "The Bachelor" and "The Apprentice" ... now, "The Consumer." Or maybe "The Urban Ethnographer." Chances are these private episodes won't be screened for you; Carl Marziali reports.

Beating the heat on the green

Jul 11, 2005
Arizona resorts are trying something new to attract summer golfers.

The Sloan Sessions

Jul 11, 2005
Kai Ryssdal talks with Newsweek Magazine's Wall Street editor Allan Sloan about yet another bid for Unocal.

Want a job?

Jul 8, 2005
For the first time in almost 4 years, unemployment is down to 5%. But the number of new jobs created last month — 146,000 — is about 50,000 less than expected. Alisa Roth reports.

Volkswagen's scandal snowballs

Jul 8, 2005
A human resources person leaving his job at Volkswagen's headquarters. But according to correspondent Kyle James in Berlin, this is not just another executive departure story.

CAFTA and Central American health care

Jul 8, 2005
Debate over the Central American Free Trade Agreement is in its final stages. Major lobbies have been working to try affect the outcome of the congressional vote. The pharmecuetical industry? What they do could affect thousands of lives. Dan Grech reports.
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African-American Austin

Jul 8, 2005
The captial city of Texas is taking action — and allocating dollars &madash; to make the city more attractive to African Americans. Michael May reports from KUT in Austin.

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