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Now that GM is in bankruptcy, a lot of things need to happen for the automaker to survive. New York bureau chief Amy Scott talks with Kai Ryssdal about how GM can weather the tough road ahead, and who may benefit from the bankruptcy.
In the 1950s GM was the largest industrial corporation on earth, and now it's bankrupt. How did this happen? Commentator and historian John Steele Gordon provides some historical perspective.
Pirates are invading the European Union, the digital kind. The Pirate Party, which aims to abolish copyrights altogether, is picking up serious traction with Swedish youth. Brett Neely reports.
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