When Donald Trump almost went bankrupt in the '90s, creditors made him give up his credit cards before he got help. Commentator Todd Buchholz says homeowners who face foreclosure have to give up some things too.
Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson got an earful from members of the House Financial Services Committee over management of the $700 billion bailout and his refusal to act on foreclosures. Steve Henn has more.
U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization members are in Rome to deal with a looming food crisis among the world's poor. Kai Ryssdal talks to food policy expert Joakim Von Braun about a key issue in food distribution -- security.
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