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It looks like BP's massive oil spill won't be stopped until August, when two relief wells are finished. That dire news has people who make their living from the Gulf rethinking their plans for surviving the spill. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
Delegates from 185 nations are gathering in Bonn, Germany, for the biggest international talks on climate change since the ill-fated U.N. summit in Copenhagen. Delegates will try to set the groundwork for a binding pact to fight global warming. Kyle James reports.
Car travel this weekend is expected to increase almost 6% from last Memorial Day, according to the AAA. And many of those cars will be rentals. But what if you want to rent a car and you don't have a credit card? Gregory Warner reports.
Tim Embree, legislative associate from Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America talks with Bob Moon about changes his group is pushing in the Post-9/11 GI Bill and problems that exist for troops entering the workforce.
Nearly a month out, regulators say we may never pinpoint the cause of the Dow's big May 6th tumble. Peter Cohan, market analyst at Peter Cohan & Associates, talks with Bob Moon about why we don't know what happened when the Dow crashed that day.
Marketplace for Monday, May 31, 2010