Can any of us really understand Ben Bernanke's answers to the Senate's economic questions? More important - can the Senators? As Princeton University's Alan Blinder told Kai Ryssdal, he thinks they can.
A year ago, Johnson & Johnson said it wanted to buy medical device maker Guidant, and a rocky courtship began. This morning, the two companies reached a reconciliation. From WLRN in Miami, Dan Grech reports.
Tomorrow in Rome, a trial begins against a former curator at the Getty museum charged with trafficking in looted antiquities. Megan Williams reports on Italy's longstanding illicit-art suspicions of American museums.
On the streets of San Francisco, people sleeping off their drunk means more 911 calls, and fewer ambulances available for real emergencies. So the city is testing a program to pay the tab for rehab. Nancy Mullane reports.
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