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Eurozone, Greece The Focus At G-20 Summit

The G-20 economic conference opened Monday in Los Cabos, Mexico. Much of the focus is on the economic woes in the Eurozone, but President Obama took time to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin. It was the first time the two men had met since Putin returned to that job and comes at a tense time between the two nations. Scott Horsley talks to Robert Siegel.
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Market Rally Fades As Investors Turn Attention From Greece To Spain

Financial markets heaved sighs of relief about Sunday's vote in Greece and then got back to worrying about Europe's financial crisis.
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Investors Breathe Sigh Of Relief After Greek Voting

Markets in Asia and Europe initially responded positively to the results of the Greek election. Of greatest concern, is another rise in Spanish interest rates to another euro-era record.
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State Of The Unions: Labor And The Middle Class

For many full-time employees in the United States, the five-day work week, paid overtime and holidays are expected benefits. This wasn't always so, and many workers' benefits today are the achievements of past labor union efforts. But unions in many states are now on the defense, and if they go, where does that leave the middle class?
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National Slavery Museum Faces Challenges

Several creditors are making demands on former Gov. L. Douglas Wilder's National Slavery Museum.

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MGM Announces Plans For Casino In Prince George's County

An advisory group is still considering whether Maryland lawmakers should hold a special session to discuss the outcome of MGM's plans to build a casino in Prince George's County.

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The Euro Crisis Has A Beat (And You Can Cry To It)

Who says disco is dead? Or that it can't be used to explain complicated news events, like the debt crisis that threatens to disassemble Europe as we know it. A number of eurzone-themed songs are making their way up the monetary charts.
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Central Banks 'On Standby' As Greek Elections Loom

Greeks head to the polls on Sunday for elections that could lead to their nation dumping the euro. The ripple effects from that could be severe.

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