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Watch Video | Listen to the AudioRELATED LINKSFederal Reserve ends six years of quantitative easing Is the Federal Reserve printing a free lunch? Are the Fed and the Treasury in Cahoots? GWEN IFILL: The mission of the Federal Reserve has long been...
Watch Video | Listen to the AudioRELATED LINKSFrom pot to guns, they’re on the ballot this fall Is Missouri ballot measure boon for family farms or just big corporations? Washington voters will see competing gun measures on their state ballot this...
Watch Video | Listen to the AudioRELATED LINKSPresident Obama knows where he’s not welcome A week out, here are the most competitive Senate races 5 midterm election myths debunked GWEN IFILL: As the midterm elections head to at least a dozen...
Watch Video | Listen to the AudioGWEN IFILL: The Ebola death rate in West Africa may be slowing. The World Health Organization reported today that total cases now top 13,700, but fatalities remain at just under 5,000. That’s partly due to the...
Medical staff wearing protective suits work at the Carlos III hospital in Madrid on October 10, 2014. California is now instating its own 21-day quarantines for travelers arriving from an Ebola-affected West African country who have also had contact...
More than 2,000 Chinese pharmacist candidates were caught cheating during a national licensing exam. Photo by Flickr user Nina J. G China was shaken earlier this month by an elaborate cheating scam, involving high tech methods and more than 2,000...