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Ten years ago, the U.S. and other countries invaded Afghanistan in response to the 9/11 attacks. Today, the U.S. spends around $300 million a month back
For many, today's jobs news is good -- but not good enough. We ask National Economic Council director Gene Sperling what still needs to be done.
After laws were passed allowing corporations, to spend unlimited amounts on campaign funding, North Carolina business owner Art Pope went to work to change the outcome of his state elections.
Stavros Lambrinidis discusses what happened to Greece that might have led to the current economic problems there, and offers a lesson learned.
Under the new health care reform law, insurance companies will be required to pay for essential benefits. But what exactly is essential when it comes to medical care in the U.S.?
Numbers out this morning show that American employers added over 100,000 jobs last month. Jill Schlesinger tells us why this could be a turning point.
FTN Financial economist Chris Low says that the positive jobs report out today is contributing to a slightly better economic outlook in the U.S., but markets won't recover until the problems in Europe are solved.
Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, October 7, 2011