The Bank of England has already injected over $200 billion into the U.K.'s economy. Now it's decided to increase that program by adding nearly $85 billion more. Is it worth it? Christopher Werth reports.
State programs are being cut all across California, but one L.A. program is actually expanding. Summer Night Lights keeps parks open until midnight in some of the city's toughest neighborhoods. Jeff Tyler reports.
The Senate is likely to vote on adding $2 billion to the Cash for Clunkers program. Economics correspondent Chris Farrell talks with Steve Chiotakis about the pitfalls to the program, and who will get a boost from it.
Argentine soccer fans are passionate about their sport, so for the game to be put on hold for financial reasons is a big blow to society. But Argentine soccer clubs owe $80 million in back taxes and $8 million more in salaries. Dan Grech reports.
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