Question/Comment: What can be done about the fact that in today’s unemployment statistics, there are only four times as many whites unemployed as blacks, despite there being six times as many whites in the labor force? Paul Solman:…
Question/Comment: I inherited some money, retired, and moved to Portland, Ore. Now that I have money in the bank, and the Fed has been lowering interest rates, I've been wondering exactly how our banking system actually works. When the Fed…
As part of the Big Picture election series focusing on Pittsburgh, Ray Suarez examines how the economy and other issues are weighing on the minds of voters in Steel City as the region works to reinvent itself from an industrial-based…
In the final installment of his series on globalization, Paul Solman talks with four graduate students at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government for their take on the issue.
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Iraqi lawmaker Yunadem Kanna recently pleaded for international investors at Rebuild Iraq, an international trade fair being held in Jordan, but the waning interest from American companies was apparent among the attendees.
The board of directors of the Tribune Co., the corporate parent of the Los Angeles Times, met Thursday to discuss cuts at the newspaper. But the editorial staff is fighting back. Media experts discuss the standoff.
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