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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visited Chile and promised more aid. But coming so quickly after the quake in Haiti, will recovery efforts be hampered? Jeff Tyler reports.
The Gowanus Canal in Brooklyn has been named a Superfund site, which clears the way for cleanup of the polluted waterway. But that move may also hurt the area. Amy Scott explains.
Congress is trying to hammer out a jobs bill that will get Americans back to work because nationally the unemployment rate is almost 10%. Commentator Margaret Simms says that number would spark envy in the black community.
As India asserts itself as a rising power, its capital city is feeling the urge to spruce up its new image. New Delhi is hiring private contractors to collect trash from the streets. But that move isn't good for everyone. Raymond Thibodeaux reports.
Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood says the government may require every new car to have a braking system that overrides the gas pedal. John Dimsdale reports on the changes still to come.
In the town of Boron, Calif., the mineral borax is a way of life. But a labor standoff between a powerful mining company and unionized workers has left more than a quarter of the town's residents without work. Apryl Lundsten reports.
Marketplace for Tuesday, March 2, 2010