There's long been a growing gap between the rich and the poor in the United States, but some believe that disparity could actually cause more harm than previously thought. Louise Story has the story.
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This weekend marks five years since Hurricane Katrina swept through and ravaged New Orleans. Many Katrina victims are still very much in the recovery process. Five years after Hurricane Katrina there are 12,000 homeless people New Orleans.
Revised GDP numbers for the second quarter have just come out, and they are disappointing for those who hoped the U.S. was improving economically. What do the new numbers mean, and what can we do to improve our situation?
Pakistan's Taliban hinted on Thursday that they may attack humanitarian workers who are helping to provide relief to more than eight million people affected by catastrophic flooding.
Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner convenes a meeting of mortgage analysts and economists today to discuss the future of mortgage financing. Is home ownership still a social good? And how much should the government put on the line to encourage it?