Segments From this episode
The Mexican government is finally allowing businesses and restaurants to reopen after a five-day shutdown because of the swine flu. But, it's not quite a return to normalcy. Dan Grech reports.
As TV networks roll out their schedules for next season, NBC is banking on Jay Leno's 10 p.m. show to be a success. They've hinted at an extra incentive to lure advertisers. Rico Gagliano reports.
Congress is considering global warming legislation to cap greenhouse gas emissions. But, there is controversy over how to control the emissions, and whether to give the carbon allowances away or make emitters pay. Sarah Gardner reports.
As high school seniors await college acceptance letters, parents must figure out how to pay for the costs of higher education. Policy makers in Pennsylvania are considering new ways to make college more affordable. Joel Rose reports.
Marketplace for Tuesday, May 5, 2009