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Reaping plenty of summer jobs

Jun 14, 2005
A report out today shows that almost third of business will be hiring this quarter. Scott Jagow reports on the job prospects.

Looking a gift horse in the mouth

Jun 14, 2005
Some nonprofit donors fail to follow through on their generous pledges, leaving them short the funds it would take to, say, finish that new building. Joel Roth reports from Philadelphia.

Nuclear power - the green alternative?

Jun 14, 2005
As the Senate begins debate on the energy bill, Hillary Wicai reports on some surprising new supporters of nuclear power.

Studytime for the ER - stat!

Jun 13, 2005
Paramedics rush in a dying patient into the TV show emergency room and the ER team works in heart-pounding (if scripted) unison to save a life. Real emergency rooms work much the same way — except without the rehearsal. At least, until now. Helen Palmer reports.

Kenneth Feinberg on the 9-11 Victims' Fund

Jun 13, 2005
Only 11 days after the attacks of September 11th, 2001, Congress made an unprecedented committment, creating a Victim Compensation Fund. Not surprisingly, being the one charged with fairly adminstering the fund was a challenge, even for attorney Kenneth Feinberg.

Immigration from the other side

Jun 13, 2005
Immigration is back on the national agenda and is becoming a hot topic in congress. More than half of all immigrants to the US come from Mexico; Alisa Roth reports on the Mexican perspective.

The Sloan Sessions

Jun 13, 2005
Allan Sloane talks with Kai Ryssdall about Alan Greenspan and his mysterious ways.

Water war brewing

Jun 13, 2005
Everyone's thirsty in the Colorado Rockies: whitewater kayakers, residential developers, traditional farmers. Sam Eaton reports.

Studying the full spectrum of business

Jun 13, 2005
African-Americans are more likely than whites to start companies. But when attending business schools, students are learning from a pale history. Brian Watt reports.

UK and US agree on debt relief proposal

Jun 10, 2005
It's being called a breakthrough. Tony Blair and George W. Bush are calling on the rest of the world's 8 top industrial nations to cancel $15 billion owed by the world's poorest countries. As Alasdair Sanford reports from Paris, the plan could get even more generous.

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