Segments From this episode
Tempers flared at times during a bipartisan health care summit in Washington. But despite the drama, many Americans greet the health care debate with a shrug. Why? Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
The Obama administration has been pushing for nuclear power as a cleaner energy source. But state senators in Vermont are sending a different message by voting to retire a 38-year-old power plant. John Dimsdale reports.
There has been talk that the number of teams participating in the NCAA basketball playoffs known as March Madness should be expanded. Wall Street Journal sportswriter Darren Everson talks with Bob Moon about the financial impact the move would have and who would benefit.
Delegates at the global climate summit failed to figure out a way to stop the destruction of the world's forests. But some lawmakers think they have a solution, and it relies on financing from some of America's biggest polluters. Michael Montgomery reports in collaboration with Mark Schapiro.
Some big banks have been placing bets on whether Greece will default on its debt. Reuters blogger Felix Salmon talks with Bob Moon about whether it is fair to demonize the banks, and where we go from here.
Marketplace for Thursday, February 25, 2010