Segments From this episode
We all know the three "r's" for school: reading, writing, and arithmetic. But some education advocates want to add another mandatory piece of school curriculum: personal finance.
Consumers are finding a new way to charge their purchases: prepaid cards. But are they a better alternative to credit cards?
Financial Times columnist and author Gideon Rachman discusses his thoughts on how international cooperation has given way to conflict in this current "Age of Anxiety."
Members of Libya's U.N. delegation called on Colonel Moammar Gadhafi to step down amid reports that the Libyan government fired on protesters. Reporter Mitchell Hartman talks with Tess Vigeland about what's happening in Libya and how people in Egypt are viewing the situation.
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