Marketplace's Brendan Newnam and Rico Gagliano chat with fellow staffers Betsy Streisand, Dalasie Michaelis, and Stacey Vanek-Smith about a dating site for Apple lovers, a test for pork, and how beautiful women can raise your stress level.
After the U.K.'s general election resulted in a hung parliament, its two big parties are trying to put something together with the third-place Liberal Democrats. European correspondent Stephen Beard talks the details with Kai Ryssdal.
There were 290,000 jobs created in April, but the unemployment rate went up two ticks to 9.9%. That's because more people entered the labor force -- nearly a million more unemployed workers hunting for jobs that are still hard to come by. Mitchell Hartman reports.
Investors are looking at the debt problems in Europe and the effect they're having on the credit markets there. A number of indicators point to a tightening of credit at European banks. Jeremy Hobson reports.
In the rehashing of what happened on the stock market yesterday, the fight has largely come down to computers versus people. Some are blaming so-called high-frequency trading and others take the fat-finger theory that a trader typed in too many zeroes in a sell order. Amy Scott reports.
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