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Jeff Merkley, Democratic Senator from Oregon, believes that there needs to be a renewed focus on the foreclosure crisis in America. He wants the President to discuss boosting aid to struggling homeowners in his State of the Union address tonight.
For the first time in GM's 102-year history, the car maker sold more cars in 2010 in a foreign market than in the U.S. And that market is China. Rob Schmitz reports.
Ivory Coast is the world's biggest producer of cocoa, the key ingredient for chocolate. And a two-month old election stalemate has one presidential contender calling for a month long ban on the overseas sale of cocoa.
An Academy Award -- or even a nomination -- is a ticket to success for actors and directors. But what does it mean for the rest of the Hollywood food chain? The editors, the sound guys, and the camera operators?
Tonight, President Obama talks to the nation about the State of the Union. And after the address the nation will hear from up-and-coming GOP House Budget Committee Chairman Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin. The Wall Street Journal's Janet Hook has more.
As a group of multi-billion dollar businesses, the film industry looks to Oscar for help in bringing in more studio money. The LA Times Nicole Sperling explains.
Now that the economy is picking up, Fed leaders have to decide whether it's time to shift tactics and stop snapping up billions in bonds to keep interest rates low.
Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, January 25, 2011