Ray Suarez talks with Haitian President Rene Preval about the recovery the country still faces, six months after a devastating earthquake.
Margaret Warner talks with Ray Suarez, who has returned to Haiti six months after a devastating earthquake.
As part of his ongoing series of reports on making sense of economic news, Paul Solman speaks with French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde about the European debt crisis, as France examines new calls for austerity and reforming its retirement system.
As Democrats and Republicans in the Senate remain gridlocked on extending federal unemployment benefits, Jeffrey Brown gets two points of view from William Beach of the Heritage Foundation and Christine Owens of the National Employment Law Project.
June's jobs report showed a mixed picture of the economic recovery with unemployment falling to its lowest level in nearly a year, but with weak hiring in the private sector.
By Talea Miller
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is projecting a busy 2010 hurricane season, with as many as seven major hurricanes possible.
As part of his continuing coverage making sense of the economy, Paul Solman talks to Harvard economist Ben Friedman about the college graduates who continue to flock to Wall Street, three years into the financial crisis.
Stocks fell over a weak jobs report for May, which attributed the growth of employment to temporary U.S. Census jobs. For more on the jobs report and the market reaction, Jeffrey Brown talks to two market watchers.
By Carolyn O'Hara
The U.S. economy added 290,000 jobs in April, a welcome sign that an economic recovery may be taking root. But the unemployment rate also rose to 9.9 percent. Four economists and market watchers make sense of the latest jobs report.
In the latest in a series of reports making sense of the economy, Paul Solman examines troubles for both those receiving and those paying for jobless benefits in Florida, where jobless rates are the sixth highest in the country.
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