President Obama and health industry leaders today announce a plan to reduce health-care spending increases that they say could save $2 trillion over 10 years. Marketplace's Jeremy Hobson discusses the details with host Steve Chiotakis.
President Obama and health industry leaders are expected to announce a plan this afternoon to reduce yearly health care spending increases. The plan could save up to $2 trillion. Jeremy Hobson reports.
Chicken enthusiasts are fighting for their right to keep the birds in backyard coops in many big cities where the practice is illegal. Joel Rose explores the issue and visits with urban chicken owners in Philadelphia.
Mexican officials have given the OK for schools, government and business to reopen after a five-day shutdown. But whether swine flu has been successfully beaten will only be proven down the road. Dan Grech reports.
Behavioral economist Dan Ariely explains to Kai Ryssdal why a lot of people are worried about the swine flu, even if the actual number of people who have died from the outbreak doesn't seem as dramatic when compared to other deadly causes.
Financial hardship can be difficult for anyone, but what about someone suffering from severe anxiety, depression or other mental illness? There are places that offer both legal and medical support during trying times. Amy Scott reports.
European ministers will wait until after E.U. health officials' meeting today to decide whether or not to impose a ban on travel. But is a full-on travel ban really necessary? Christopher Werth reports.