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Free traders and business groups say they're concerned that yesterday's House delay of a pending free trade agreement with Colombia hurts our ability to negotiate future trade deals. John Dimsdale reports from Washington.
After 12 years, U.K. authorities have reversed a previous ruling and decided that Marks & Spencer chocolate-covered tea cakes are not cookies, but cakes. Cakes are not taxed. Stephen Beard explains.
It's tax time. Most of us wince when we see how much tax the government has taken. But imagine if you don't get any benefits from paying taxes. A lot of illegal immigrants are in that position. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
The financial future for most Italians is the key issue in the upcoming election for who will lead the nation. Megan Williams gets a prediction on which candidate has the edge.
It's tough for not-so-famous musicians -- tough to be heard and tough to make money. Aspiring artists are turning to garages, basements and living rooms, and some have found that can pay off. Lisa Chow reports.
It can get pretty sweaty at a hip-hop show by one of Island Def Jam's acts. What's a smelly teen to do? Use Proctor & Gamble's hip-hop deodorant, TAG, a joint endeavor with Def Jam records. Jill Barshay reports.
With the number of spawning salmon down as much as 93% on the West Coast, a federal agency has called off the salmon fishing season. The action is unprecedented. Dan Grech reports.
Marketplace Morning Report for April 11, 2008