Segments From this episode
With the health care overhaul bill stuck in Congress, insurance companies are grappling with nearly 30 million potential new customers disappearing. Now it's back to square one in a tough econmy. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
In the wake of the Supreme Court's decision on campaign financing, the companies who will turn corporate and union money into political ads look to win big. Mitchell Hartman reports.
Clusterstock's John Carney and Reuters blogger Felix Salmon talk with Kai Ryssdal about whether President Obama's plans to limit the size and risks of Wall Street banks will work.
Many foodies may not think too highly of Taco Bell. But commentator Gustavo Arellano says with the recent death of the fast-food chain's creator, it's time to praise the fruits of his creation.
The National Conference for Weights and Measures will soon kick off, and attendees will consider how to make the cost of ink more transparent to consumers. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
Marketplace for Friday, January 22, 2010