U.S. Dampens Expectations as Iraq Election Near
The White House this week has signaled that Americans shouldn't have high hopes about the Iraqi elections.
Want Fries With That?
President Bush is in Florida today to participate in the discussion about college eduction and jobs. But what is a college degree worth today? We speak to Cecilia Rouse of Princeton University.
Insuring Property Loss
We speak to Lord Peter Levene, chairman of Llyod's, about insuring property loss when natural catastrophes strike.
Aid Groups Walk Fine Line
A U.S.-based aid organization retracts its plan to place Indonesian orphans in a Christian orphanage. We discuss the fine line aid groups must walk when going into foreign countries.
Nation of Rebels
We speak to the author of a book that looks at how the markeplace can capitalize on counter-culture.
This program aired on January 14, 2005.