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Gas may be at a three-and-a-half-year low, but that doesn't stop some stations from slashing pennies off the price in a heated rivalry. Cash Peters visits two gas stations in Pasadena, Calif.
The new visitor's center on Capitol Hill opened today almost four years behind schedule and millions of dollars over the budget line. One reason sited for the extra cash: 9/11. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
While some see New York University's plan to build a campus in Abu Dhabi as a groundbreaking move, some academics are strongly opposed to the idea. The new campus will run about $100 million a year. Sally Herships reports.
Homeowners with adjustable-rate mortgages are reaping the benefits of increased demand of Treasury bills. With investors seeking refuge in T-bills, yields have come down. Jeff Tyler explains.
Local leaders are hoping President-elect Obama's financial plans include money for new construction projects. But many local governments are being forced to trim spending. Steve Henn reports.
Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, December 2, 2008