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Debt discussions fell apart in Washington yesterday. But as international lenders get on board with Greece's deficit-cutting plans, should U.S. lawmakers be taking note?
Two Chinese developers have bought property in Toledo. But there aren't any signs that the Chinese know anything about property development in the U.S.
A new study shows that barking is common in domesticated dogs, but nearly absent in their wild counterparts. Did dogs evolve into barkers after humans made them pets?
In a new Bloomberg survey, 26 percent of Americans view Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke unfavorably -- the lowest level in almost two years.
In a report out today from the journal Nature and Science of Sleep, first-year residents may soon have more hours between shifts to sleep. But that may not be enough to prevent medical errors.
Jill Schlesinger, editor-at-large at CBS/MoneyWatch, takes a look at today's finalized GDP numbers for the first quarter, and gives us some good economic news.
Chris Low, chief economist with FTN Financial, discusses President Obama's $500 million pledge to jump start manufacturing jobs, and how manufacturing plays into the U.S.'s economic expansion.
Garden State lawmakers gave final approval to a plan that would require public workers to pay more for benefits. Joshua Rauh, associate professor of finance at Northwestern University, explains.
Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, June 24, 2011