By Elizabeth Shell Just in time for tax season: a tax receipt calculator that shows you how the U.S. federal government spends your taxes. It's easy to use: just enter your federal tax amount for 2010 and press 'calculate…
By Elizabeth Shell
While many aspects of the federal health reform law don't take full effect until 2014, states can choose whether to speed up or slow down some of the sweeping changes to the U.S. health care system. Margaret Warner gets some…
Iran struck a defiant note as talks began anew with the U.S. and five other countries over its nuclear ambitions. Margaret Warner talks with former State Department official Suzanne Maloney of the Brookings Institution about Iran's nuclear program and the…
Many struggling homeowners rely on loan modifications from government programs to keep afloat on their mortgages. Some say they are running into problems with these services. Paul Solman has more.
Special correspondent John Tulenko examines some of the challenges minorities face in college and a program that concentrates on helping them complete a degree.
By PBS NewsHour
As the fear of an American attack on Iran becomes stronger, people in Tehran support their president's decision to continue developing its nuclear energy program. NewsHour correspondent Margaret Warner reports on how Iranians view the nuclear issue.
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