One Swedish city used to brag that it took in more Iraqi refugees than the entire U.S., until it ran out of jobs for the new expats. Now other towns in Sweden are trying to lure refugees with career opportunities. Alisa Roth reports.
The congressional panel in charge of overseeing TARP says it has achieved mixed results at best. Commentator Robert Reich says it's time the CEOs of the big banks that received trillions in bailout funds be held accountable.
Housing company stocks soared after two home building giants announced a merger. But the housing market is still struggling in the short run. So is the money being spent worth it? Mitchell Hartman reports.
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