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Monday, November 26, 2007

Minnesota Public Radio Stories

  • PatientEmployees not seeing many HSA bargains
    When employers offer an health savings account to their workers along with other insurance options, employees tend to favor more traditional coverage.7:20 a.m.

National Public Radio Stories

  • Bush to Host Israeli, Palestinian Leaders
    President Bush is due to meet Israeli and Palestinian leaders at the White House. Afterward, he hopes they'll make progress talking with each other. This week might mark President Bush's deepest involvement in the conflict between Israelis and Palestinians.
  • Ex-Pakistani Prime Minister Sharif Returns Home
    Former Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif returns home to jubilant crowds over the weekend after years in exile. He pledges not to enter into a power-sharing deal with embattled President Gen. Pervez Musharraf.
  • Romney Focuses on Family in New Hampshire
    Mitt Romney stresses the theme of strengthening the American family during campaign stops throughout New Hampshire. It's now crunch time for presidential candidates as caucus and primary voting starts right after the New Year.
  • Giuliani Tries Retail Politics in New Hampshire
    Rudy Giuliani hasn't spent as much time as his rivals on retail politics — handshaking and baby kissing. His campaign swing through New Hampshire was meant to correct that and he encounters some awkward moments.
  • Republicans Prepare for CNN-YouTube Debate
    Rudy Giuiliani and Mitt Romney, along with other candidates, are set to participate this week in the Republican CNN-YouTube.com debate. Like the previous Democratic YouTube.com debate, questions will be submitted in the form of videos posted to YouTube's Web site.
  • Talks Resume in TV and Film Writers Strike
    Hollywood writers and studios are set to resume negotiations in the writer's strike. The Writers Guild of America went on strike Nov. 5 over payment for work aired on the Web. Writers want more money when TV shows and films are sold on Internet sites such as Apple Inc.'s iTunes.
  • France's Sarkozy Lobbies China for Rise in Yuan
    French President Nicolas Sarkozy is visiting China and much of his business has to do with business. Traveling with French business leaders, he calls on China's President Hu Jintao to let the yuan rise more swiftly against the euro.
  • Presidential Candidates Discuss Health Care Plans
    Presidential candidates share their health care plans during a forum that focuses on a single but complex issue. The candidates, who participate in the forum at different times, are able to go beyond the usual sound-bite and give their rationale for supporting their positions.
  • Airbus to Sell Jets to China
    Airbus says it will sell 160 commercial passenger jets to China, suggesting that China may soon become the world's second-biggest aircraft market after the United States. That's what the two big aircraft makers — Airbus and Boeing — predict.
  • EU Gets Tough with Airlines Selling Tickets Online
    The European Union is cracking down on airlines. Regulators have had enough of operators who advertise one price for tickets purchased online, and then charge a different price. EU investigators examined almost 450 European airline and ticketing Web sites.

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