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President Obama says the U.S. will offer swift aid to the people of Haiti. Former USAID Administrator Brian Atwood talks with Kai Ryssdal about challenges to getting aid to Haiti, and how its poor state might affect rebuilding efforts.
Google is rethinking whether it will do business in China in the face of cyber attacks aimed at some of its e-mail account holders. David Drummond, Google's chief legal officer, talks with Kai Ryssdal about the company's strategy going forward.
Risky behavior, like lax lending in the housing sector and subprime mortgages, helped lead to the financial crisis. Lots of people just couldn't pay back their loans. Brett Neely reports on what the government may do.
House and Senate leaders met to work out differences over generic drugs in their health care bills. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports the House wants to be sure there's a provision for bringing them to the market sooner, saving billions.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has signed a deal with Sesame Workshop, which produces the famous kid's show, to create a series of video games. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
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