Segments From this episode
Efforts to reach a deal to cut government spending and raise the national debt limit will move into a new phase today as President Barack Obama will begin meeting with Senate leaders to try and hammer out a deal.
The world's largest publicly traded tobacco company says an Australian proposal requiring cigarettes to be sold in plain packages may be illegal according to international trade rules.
Susan Saladoff, producer and director of HBO's new documentary "Hot Coffee," discusses how a seemingly frivolous lawsuit became "the poster child for what's wrong with our legal system."
Albania is one of the poorest countries in Europe, and for years, many of its citizens have fled to Greece to look for work. But as Greece faces one of the world's worst fiscal crises, Albanian workers are looking to move again.
A group of central-bank leaders announced on Saturday that the world's biggest banks will have to hold more capital on their balance sheets to protect themselves in case of another crisis.
David Kelly, chief investment strategist at JPMorgan Funds, discusses today's continuing debt debates, and what we can expect in the long term from a deal.
The Supreme Court said today that California's restrictions on the sale of violent video games to minors violates the First Amendment in a 7-2 vote.
Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, June 27, 2011