Anchor Marco Werman speaks with economist Garel Rhys, director of the Center for Automotive Industry Research at the University of Cardiff, about the economic outlook for foreign autoworkers compared to their counterparts in the U.S.
The World's Matthew Bell tells us about one aspect of the massive stimulus package that passed the House last night. The provision would require that infrastructure projects paid for by the U.S. government use American-made steel and iron.
Melaina Spitzer reports from Ecuador on an ambitious scheme to create an overland trade route in South America that rivals the Panama Canal. The plan involves moving goods from through a combination ports, highways and riverways. On PRI's The World.
The World's Laura Lynch reports on a bold heist at an upscale London jeweler. Last week thieves snatched an estimated 65 million dollars worth of diamonds from a prominent London diamond merchant in a daytime robbery.