Segments From this episode
At a press conference, President Obama talked about how much his health care overhaul might cost and the effect a public insurance option might have on private companies.
Used home sales rose 2.4% in May, but prices continue to take a beating. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports on why prices are still falling.
Boeing has delayed the first flight of its new Dreamliner aircraft for the fifth time. Bob Moon reports that despite cost overruns and delivery penalties, orders aren't likely to go anywhere.
The parent company of Clear Lanes, the service that helps speed up some travelers' trips through security at airports nationwide, has shut down. Why? John Dimdsale reports.
Detroit Free Press reporter Justin Hyde talks with Kai Ryssdal about why the U.S. is lending automakers Ford, Tesla and Nissan billions to build fuel-efficient cars and who else might get a slice of the funding.
Florida froze insurance rates in 2007 to extend the life of its building boom. But it could mean financial ruin if a hurricane were to hit the Sunshine State. Dan Grech reports.
Health care providers have pledged to cut $2 trillion in costs, but how they plan to do that is unclear. Commentator Jonathan Weiner offers his own suggestion on how to cut the fat.
Marketplace for Tuesday, June 23, 2009