Segments From this episode
Sales of existing homes are one the rise. But first-time buyers are coy, while foreclosed homes and tight credit still weigh on the market.
Going over listeners' responses to past stories. This week: the 'not me' mentality, conspicuous conservation and "South Park," and the depressing inflation rate.
Protesters in Syria are coming out against President Bashar al-Assad for giving the government almost unlimited powers to put down dissent. Mills College professor Fred Lawson explains what could happen to Syria's economy next.
A year after the BP oil spill, things are looking up in New Orleans. But for Lafourche Parish on the Gulf Coast, it's a different story.
Marketplace for April 20, 2011