Segments From this episode
A new study out from George Mason University reveals Republicans and Democrats are about equal when it comes to acting green. Sarah Gardner reports what constitutes popular eco-actions across both parties.
Although the Fed has cut its interest rate a point and a quarter within a week, it probably won't do anything to help people about to lose their homes. Jeff Tyler tells us why.
A new rule out today requires anyone crossing the U.S. borders with Canada and Mexico to provide a passport or drivers license along with a birth certificate. Dan Grech explores how this might affect tourism.
The second of two Democrats who sat on the Securities and Exchange Commission is leaving today. Nancy Marshall Genzer looks into whether the SEC will still have the same bite or turn into a kinder, gentler agency.
What are Senator Barack Obama's plans for the U.S. economy? Doug Krizner speaks with Professor Austan Goolsbee, the Democratic presidential candidate's chief economic adviser.
Mervyn King has been reappointed governor of the Bank of England. The reappointment seemed unlikely, as King was widely attacked last year for his take on the subprime crisis. Stephen Beard reports.
Bond insurer MBIA's fourth-quarter report shows a loss of over $2 billion. Steve Henn looks into why a triple-A credit rating is important for bond insurance, and how the loss of such a rating could affect you.
Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, January 31, 2008