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It's a result of the CARD act passed in 2009.
President Barack Obama and Mexico's President Felipe Calderon announced that they have agreed to allow Mexican trucks on American highways. The deal needs congressional approval. Nancy Marshall Genzer explains.
Although today's jobs report should reveal more jobs added than we've seen in a long time, don't expect unemployment to reach pre-recession levels soon.
U.S. employers added 192,000 workers and the unemployment rate declined to 8.9 percent in February -- the lowest level since April 2009. Jill Schlesinger from CBS/MoneyWatch explains.
We've seen a lot of loud, violent protests in Greece over mounting debt and budget cuts. Now, thousands of Greeks have decided on a quieter type of protest.
U.S. Labor Department has released its job report for February, and for the first time in two years unemployment is below 9 percent. But analysts are worried jobs aren't being created fast enough.
The chief economist at FTN Financial examines today's job report from the U.S. Labor Department. When unemployment is down, cuts to government jobs at the state and local level could hurt the economy's long-term recovery.
With oil prices at just about $103 a barrel, some members of Congress are asking President Obama to open the nation's strategic oil reserve in an effort to bring down the cost of gasoline.
Marketplace Tech Report host John Moe talks about Facebook's new policy that allows its app developers to obtain phone and address information if users choose to opt in.
Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, March 4, 2011