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Random House is reimbursing frustrated readers who bought James Frey's faked memoir thinking it was a true story. But, as Ashley Milne-Tyte reports, getting a refund will be a little complicated.
Chief government accountant and Marketplace commentator David Walker says that Congress is losing the war on terror by allowing the military to purchase high-tech weapons that are designed for wars the U.S. will never fight.
The top college football teams will play one more game this season. Business-of-sports analyst Diana Nyad tells host Kai Ryssdal that it's not for more competition, it's strictly for more money.
The IRS is outsourcing the collection of back taxes to private debt collection firms because Congress didn't give it the requested staff to go after tax cheats. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
Now that India's economy is growing rapidly, its citizens who left for opportunities in the U.S. are returning with new ideas they learned abroad. Miranda Kennedy reports.