Marketplace for Friday, March 9, 2012
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The February jobs report came out today, and we hear testimonies from three unemployed individuals who recently found jobs. The future of outer space exploration rests in the hands of Congress as they debate the NASA's 2013 budget. One year after the tsunami in Japan and the nuclear meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi plant, there is a sea of uncertainty about how Japan will rebuild its economy. And a 340-ton granite boulder coming to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art has turned into a phenomenon attracting scores of spectators.
Posted In: space, space exploration, NASA
NASA's budget is scrutinized by Congress, igniting debate over the direction of the space agency.
Posted In: Harold Camping
The preacher who has predicted the end of the world many times over finally acknowledges that he was wrong.
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