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Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner got a grilling from impatient lawmakers on Capitol Hill who want to know what the Obama administration is going to do about mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
Google's decision to shut down the Chinese version of its site because of censorship rules is having big repercussions. Jeremy Hobson reports on fears that some companies may cut all ties with the tech giant in order to stay in good graces with Beijing.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruling on campaign financing will most certainly change the amount of money spent in upcoming elections. But in the U.K., there's a different attitude towards political advertising. Christopher Werth reports.
Ellen Komp, deputy director of California NORML, talks with Kai Ryssdal about the effect legalizing marijuana might have in Humboldt County and what some of its residents are worried about.
While the Great Recession has spared certain sectors of the job market, it's looked more like the Great Depression for America's blue collar workforce. Dan Bobkoff reports.
As President Obama put his signature on the hard-fought health reform bill, some business groups were still complaining it fails to deliver what they need. Bob Moon reports.
Marketplace for Tuesday, March 23, 2010