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After a dismal April, home construction did surprisingly well in May, depending on how you look at the numbers. So is the bottom of the housing market here? Dan Grech reports.
By the age of 80, most people have retired. But not Zalman Shapiro, an 89-year-old inventor. He just received his 15th patent for a process that may make diamonds cheaper for jewelry and technology.
Kai Ryssdal reviews what listeners had to say about the stimulus package's "Buy American" provision, whether research grants are creating jobs, and how height may affect your success.
Marketplace for Tuesday, June 16, 2009