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U.S. helps oil-rich Kazakhstan

Feb 1, 2008
The Pentagon announced a new military cooperation pact with Kazakhstan as it tries to bring its military up to NATO standards. Jeff Tyler reports on America's motivation to help the oil-rich country.

Age a factor in Florida primary

Feb 1, 2008
Retirees cast half the votes in Florida's primary, but more young people are moving to the state. As John Dimsdale reports, they bring different opinions about the economy than their elders.

Mitt Romney's adviser on economics

Feb 1, 2008
Scott Jagow asked Glenn Hubbard, Republican presidential candidate Governor Mitt Romney's economic adviser, about what Romney plans to do for the economy.
Posted In: Economy

A look at the Clinton economic plan

Jan 31, 2008
It's a good bet the economy's going to be a major topic of discussion during the Democratic presidential debate tonight in Los Angeles. Kai Ryssdal talks with Sen. Hillary Clinton's economic adviser Gene Sperling about her proposals.
Posted In: Economy

Sports fans keep paying the price

Jan 31, 2008
Will Leitch, author of "God Save The Fan," talks with Kai Ryssdal about how sports leagues take their fans for granted -- and the fans keep coming back.
Posted In: Economy, Sports

Obama's economic adviser on the plan

Jan 31, 2008
What are Senator Barack Obama's plans for the U.S. economy? Doug Krizner speaks with Professor Austan Goolsbee, the Democratic presidential candidate's chief economic adviser.
Posted In: Economy

Mike Huckabee's plan for the economy

Jan 31, 2008
Scott Jagow talks to French Hill, senior adviser for Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee, about what Huckabee is proposing to do for the economy.
Posted In: Economy

Campaigns scavenge for donors

Jan 30, 2008
With John Edwards and Rudy Guiliani dropping out of the presidential race, the remaining campaigns scramble to woo newly unaffiliated donors. Jeremy Hobson reports.

It's the economy, Florida

Jan 30, 2008
Exit polls for the Florida primary showed many voters were influenced by a faltering economy. John Dimsdale found out who voters liked in Hollywood, Florida and what made them choose their candidates.
Posted In: Economy

Next time, let California go first

Jan 29, 2008
This presidential election season featured several states moving up their primary dates. Commentator Geoffrey Andersen says there's nothing wrong with early primaries -- as long as the right states go first.

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