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The mentally disabled want to work as much as anybody does, but jobs for them are even tougher to come by -- especially during a recession. David Martin Davies reports.
The Dow has been on a hair-raising ride in the past week, with swings of a couple hundred points up or down. While the blue chips are up 50% from their lows in March, the volatility has made reporter Rico Gagliano anxious. He tells us why.
The next group in line for a government bailout could be a branch of the government itself. The Federal Housing Administration is said to be running out of money. Jeff Tyler reports on what a broke FHA would mean for the real-estate industry.
Google is buying a company called AdMob, which specializes in placing ads on mobile devices. Smart phones and the like are expected to be the new frontier for marketers. With Google in the game, the stakes just got higher. Joel Rose reports.
During his eight-day swing through Asia, President Obama will spend three days with Chinese officials. To get some idea of what might be at the top of the president's list of topics, Kai Ryssdal talked with China scholar Kenneth Lieberthal.