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Today, the Bank of England and the European Central Bank make their interest rate decisions. The speculation is England will cut -- and the ECB will not. Stephen Beard tells us why.
Today we wrap up our series Housing Madness, on the fallout from the subprime meltdown. The FBI says mortgage fraud could hit record highs this year. James Doran reports.
The good old-fashioned radio is about to get upstaged again, this time by your cell phone. But it's for a good cause. Marketplace's Lisa Napoli explains what the future holds.
A report from the World Bank says the high cost of food is threatening to undo recent gains in Africa in the fight against poverty and malnutrition. Alisa Roth has more.
Wal-Mart says it wants its Chinese suppliers to go green and the retail giant plans to meet with roughly a thousand of those suppliers later this year. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports
Today in Washington, a House Energy subcommittee will hear how the Environmental Protection Agency plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in this country. John Dimsdale reports.
For the first time, the Transportation Security Administration will require screening of all 250 million packages that travel on passenger planes. Dan Grech explains.
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