Representatives for Iran and the world powers say they are encouraged, but there's still a long way to go before any agreement is possible.
Australian billionaire Clive Palmer announced last year that he would build a replica of the famous passenger ship. Now the new ship's designer has released images of what the ship is due to look like. Would you want to sail on it?
Among those watching the papal transition closely are survivors of clergy sexual abuse, including a handful who were selected to secretly meet with Pope Benedict five years ago. They left the meeting hoping the pope would help the church handle past and current cases. Do they think he did help?
Two days away from the sequester, the Dow is pretty much right where it was a month ago. Why is Wall Street seemingly unfazed by Washington's latest fiscal deadline?
Can Groupon revive the daily deal and itself? As the company reports fourth quarter earnings, its new business model will be in the spotlight.
And Internet service providers are rolling out a "six strikes" policy to educate rather than punish people for illegal downloads.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke is back on Capitol Hill today to field another round of questions from lawmakers. Yesterday, he warned members of the Senate Banking Committee that the sequester's spending cuts, which kick in on Friday, will harm the already fragile economic recovery.
Juli Niemann, analyst with Smith Moore and Company, joins Marketplace Morning Report host Jeremy Hobson to break down how the cuts could trickle out into the consumer economy.