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Where have all the miners gone?

Dec 29, 2004
Coal mining is having a hard time finding new people to work in the industry. And current employees are getting older. From Pittsburgh, Mark Nootbaar reports on recruiting efforts to get Generation X in the mineshaft.

Airline aggravation!

Dec 29, 2004
Have the piles of baggage and canceled flights at airports during the holidays doomed US Air? Marketplace's Bob Moon investigates. Then, Marketplace's travel expert Rudy Maxa discusses airline obligations and passenger rights when flights are canceled.

The hottest real estate market ...

Dec 29, 2004
Today's existing home sales report is likely to show some U.S. housing markets are still very hot. But perhaps not as hot as some neighborhoods in war-torn Afghanistan. As Jason Paur reports the motto there isn't "location, location, location." It's "security, security, security."

Ouch - an industry in serious trouble

Dec 28, 2004
U.S. airlines will face a government review of customer-service commitments made five years ago in wake of a Christmas weekend that saw thousands of travelers' holiday plans snarled, the Transportation Department's top auditor said Monday. Host David Brown talks to airline industry expert Richard Gritta about the tailspin in the airline industry.

The one downside, of an upside airline

Dec 28, 2004
JetBlue may attract a loyal clientele because of its in-flight television. But the airline encourages its customers to buy their tickets on the Internet. And for many customers from the Dominican Republic, that can pose an obstacle. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.

Fertility Grants?

Dec 28, 2004
In vitro fertilization, though common in today's world, is still very expensive. Marketplace's Lisa Napoli looks at a new way of paying for it.

Will oil rise in 2005?

Dec 28, 2004
The surprising surge in the price of oil put a damper on the economic recovery in 2004. Stephen Beard takes a look at why there was such a demand for fuel this year and why 2005 might not be much better for consumers.

The diamond game

Dec 28, 2004
Diamonds may be a terrorist's best friend. They're small, valuable and hard to trace. Now, the federal government wants diamond sellers to help it crack down on money-laundering terrorists. Eric Niiler reports.

Ukraine, and more election squabbles

Dec 27, 2004
Opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko has said Ukraine will finally be free after declaring himself the winner of the rerun of fraud-filled presidential elections. Host David Brown talks to Alex Kleimenov in Kiev, Ukraine about the just-finished election, and possible legal challenges in the works there.

The television trail ...

Dec 27, 2004
So you got that new HD flat screen TV for Christmas? But what to do about that old one... Marketplace's Alisa Roth follows the garbage trail of the American TV set.

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