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A story of labor, big money and politics

Jul 26, 2005
Two big unions have left the AFL-CIO: The Teamsters, led by James Hoffa, and SEIU, headed by Andy Stern. John Dimsdale reports on labor finances.

The path to citizenship - via Afghanistan

Jul 26, 2005
Joining the military can be a fast-track to citizenship for legal residents who hold green cards. Dan Grech reports from the Americas desk in Miami.

A local economy gets a boost

Jul 26, 2005
The space shuttle took off this morning just across the way from Titusville, Florida. Alisa Roth reports.

A challenge in the Phillipines

Jul 25, 2005
Today President Gloria Arroyo's opponents filed for her impeachment. Despite scandals and protests by thousands, some don't want her to go. Shia Levitt reports from Manila.

An easy sell: Christopher Cox

Jul 25, 2005
If Christopher Cox is confirmed as head of the Securities and Exchange Commission, business leaders are likely to be pretty happy. Hillary Wicai reports.

Revving it up

Jul 25, 2005
Host David Brown talks with LA Times transportation columnist Dan Neil about fuel economy, hybrids, golf carts and Ferraris.

North Korea on the brink

Jul 25, 2005
Today US officials met face-to-face with their North Korean counterparts, part of preparations for six-nation talks set to begin tomorrow. Jocelyn Ford reports on the desperate conditions of the country under Kim Jong Il's tenure.
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The Sloan Sessions

Jul 25, 2005
Wall Street editor of <em>Newsweek</em> magazine Alan Sloan talks with host Kai Ryssdal about the buzz about China.

TV critics look forward to fall

Jul 25, 2005
It's their job to watch: Aaron Barnhart talks with Lisa Napoli about the Television Critics Association screenings and star encounters this weekend in Los Angeles.

Airline industry update

Jul 25, 2005
Ethan Lindsey reports on more news that may affect the competition between Airbus and Boeing.

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