A men's group filed suit in federal court today, pressing the case for a father's right not to pay support for a child he never wanted. Sarah Gardner reports that winning the case will be a long shot, but that wasn't really why it was filed, anyway.
The Bank of Japan formally ended its monetary policy that kept interest rates near zero, a clear sign its economy is back on its feet. Japan has had a few false starts, but this recovery could be the real deal. Jocelyn Ford reports.
Iraq's political instability and violence are making it almost impossible for anything positive to happen with its economy, especially in its oil industry. Reuters correspondent Miriam Karouny in Baghdad talks with Kai Ryssdal.
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