Transportation Secretary Warns Sequestration Would Disrupt Air Travel…
Facing a $50 million deficit, the Kansas City, Mo., school board voted this week to close 29 of the city's 61 public schools. Ray Suarez talks to Superintendent John Covington about the board's decision.
In other news Thursday, stocks fell across the board on fears over the January unemployment report out Friday, and Senate Democrats announced plans to pass a jobs bill as early as next week.
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks assess the week's news, including Obama's new intelligence team and his push to get a new economic stimulus package through Congress.
A controversial $700 billion Wall Street rescue bill backed by Congressional leaders and the Bush administration failed to pass in the House of Representatives Monday. Kwame Holman reports on the dramatic day on Capitol Hill.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
The Federal Reserve decided Tuesday for a second consecutive meeting to keep a key interest rate at 2 percent, saying that overall the economy is doing well despite inflationary fears.
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