FEMA continues to mishandle millions of dollars in Katrina aid and has failed to recovered most of the money lost to fraudulent claims. Those are just two of the highlights in a GAO report released today, Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
Victoria's Secret sends out over 360 million catalogs each year, so it's a huge environmental victory that the company has agreed to use at least some recycled paper in its mailings. Sarah Gardner reports.
The Iraq Study Group today offered President Bush a slew of recommendations on how to move forward in Iraq. One item on the list: a more straightforward and transparent funding mechanism for the war. John Dimsdale reports.
Mortgage finance company Fannie Mae has issued a long-awaited earnings restatement today, its first since an accounting scandal surfaced two years ago. Host Kai Ryssdal talks to Marketplace's Amy Scott.
Russia's state-controlled gas monopoly Gazprom is poised to purchase . . . a tabloid newspaper? Critics are questioning the move after years of underinvestment and mismanagement by the company. Stephen Beard reports.
A handful of private companies are set to provide employees with their own portable electronic medical records. Many workers welcome the convenience, but privacy advocates worry their information could be misused. Dan Grech reports.
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