Segments From this episode
A Pew study released today finds that the average government subsidy on an Amtrak ticket is $32. That's four times higher than the subsidy figure Amtrak has come up with. Mitchell Hartman reports.
Home prices rose for a third straight month in August. But despite stabilizing signs, a growing number of experts are skeptical that the crashing housing market might finally have hit the bottom. Bob Moon reports.
AARP lends its name to insurance polices that it brokers and nets millions of dollars from -- and it also supports health care reform. Kai Ryssdal talks to professor James Thurber about whether or not this demonstrates a conflict of interest.
New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo has announced the development of a database and Web site that will allow consumers using doctors outside their insurers' networks to compare rates. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
Marketplace for Tuesday, October 27, 2009