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U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan says he believes the No Child Left Behind law needs to be fixed, and that the U.S. can lead the world again in college graduates.
Congressional leaders are moving closer to cutting $33 billion. As part of that, they would cut mandatory federal government programs to avert a government shutdown.
Ratings agency Moody's has downgraded Portugal's credit rating for the second time in less than a month. The move has increased the interest rate for investors to 10 percent.
Wisconsin Republican Paul Ryan's Medicare overhaul could trim $5 trillion from the federal budget. But it would also raise insurance premiums for senior citizens.
The Internet radio company says it has received a subpoena as part of a federal investigation into the private information that is gathered and shared by smartphone applications.
Tokyo Electric Power Co. is dumping millions of gallons of radioactive water from its crippled Fukushima Dai-Ichi plant into the ocean. Now, for the first time, contamination levels in fish are exceeding health guidelines.
Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, April 5, 2011