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"The Great Divorce:  A 19-Century Mother's Extraordinary Fight Against Her Husband, The Shakers, and Her Times." (Atlantic Monthly Press)

"The Great Divorce: A 19-Century Mother's Extraordinary Fight Against Her Husband, The Shakers, and Her Times." (Atlantic Monthly Press)

August 5, 2010

The story of a 19th-century woman, whose sensational divorce and custody battle against her Shaker husband roused the sympathy of the American public, attracted the notice of Thomas Jefferson, and led to the only legislative divorce in New...

The Outlook for the U.S. Housing Market.

The Outlook for the U.S. Housing Market.

July 26, 2010

Home inventories continue to rise despite record low interest rates. The administration is turning its attention to the struggling housing market. What it could mean for buyers, renters and the economy as a whole.

The Parking Garage

The Parking Garage

July 7, 2010

Parking garages have been part of the urban landscape for more than a century. How this often-maligned structure contributes to civic life and expands the future of transportation, architecture, and design.

Starting Over After Late-Life Divorce

Starting Over After Late-Life Divorce

July 1, 2010

Al and Tipper Gore's recent split has put divorce back in the news. Many long-term married couples are making the decision to go their separate ways -- possibly for another two or three decades. A conversation about the unique challenges...

Drilling For Natural Gas and the Environment

Drilling For Natural Gas and the Environment

June 21, 2010

The U.S. has been called the Saudi Arabia of natural gas. Supporters say it’s a step toward a cleaner energy future. But a new HBO documentary raises environmental and health concerns. The risks and rewards of drilling for natural gas.

Foreclosure Risks in Home and Commercial Real Estate Markets

February 22, 2010

Concerns are growing that the home mortgage crisis will extend to the commercial real estate market. We discuss the Obama administration's latest plan to help stem foreclosures in the hardest hit housing markets and what a new wave of...

American Indian Lawsuit Settlement

December 10, 2009

The Obama administration reaches a tentative deal to pay $3.4 billion to settle claims that the government mismanaged American Indian trust funds. Details of the proposed agreement and what it could mean for tribal members, their land and...

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