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Financial Strains on Cities

January 25, 2011

The city of Camden, New Jersey, is cutting nearly half its police force. A city in California proposes to pay creditors only a fraction of what they're owed: Tax hikes, service cuts and threats of bankruptcy in cash-strapped U-S cities.

House Republicans and Health Care Reform

January 19, 2011

The House prepares to vote this week on a measure to repeal the health care law. Diane and guests explore how undoing the legislation might affect medical coverage, costs for consumers and jobs.

DNA Sequencing & Personal Genomics (Rebroadcast)

DNA Sequencing & Personal Genomics (Rebroadcast)

December 31, 2010

Growing access to personal genome sequencing.

Accomplishments in the Lame Duck Congress

December 20, 2010

The lame duck Congress tackles a series of high-stakes legislative issues. Join us to talk about what has been accomplished, its effect on the president's agenda and how the White House and incoming Congress might work together.

Consumer Spending and the Economy

Consumer Spending and the Economy

November 29, 2010

Black Friday and Cyber Monday Retail Sales: What they suggest about consumer confidence, prospects for job creation, and the overall US economy.

Nuclear Power Plant Future

Nuclear Power Plant Future

November 9, 2010

Problems led to the temporary shut-down of two East Coast nuclear power plants over the weekend. The nuclear power industry – its safety record and its future.

President Obama's Asia Trip and U.S. Policy in the Region

President Obama's Asia Trip and U.S. Policy in the Region

November 4, 2010

President Obama embarks on the longest foreign trip of his presidency - to visit India, Indonesia, Japan and South Korea. We'll look at U.S. trade and diplomatic goals in the region amid widespread concern over China's growing power.

DNA Sequencing & Personal Genomics

DNA Sequencing & Personal Genomics

November 3, 2010

Growing access to personal genome sequencing.

News Roundup - Hour 1

October 29, 2010

Spending on midterm elections approaches a record $4 billion dollars. President Obama continues to defend his achievements to voters. And banking giant Wells Fargo admits mistakes in thousands of foreclosures. A panel of journalists joins...

The Recession's Cut Across Age, Gender & Income Groups

October 21, 2010

The White House has been promoting its efforts to boost economic prospects for women. Diane and guests explore how the current recession has cut across age, gender and income groups and what it means for the midterm elections.

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