The no-hitters just keep coming for the Los Angeles Dodgers. In less than a month, the team's pitchers have thrown two games without giving up a hit.
Rapid gains by Sunni extremist group ISIS are having a wide impact, crimping Iraq's oil industry and leading to calls for its Shiite leader, Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, to resign.
In her press conference yesterday, Chairman Janet Yellen seemed to go easy on inflation. More on the carefully chosen language in her statement. Plus, why the outcome of the case against Aereo has implications for companies far outside the broadcast television realm. Also, with news that American Apparel has ousted its CEO Dov Charney, a conversation on the challenge of finding a new leader for a troubled company.
With Eric Cantor's recent defeat in the Virginia Republican primary, many are wondering how immigration reform will play out in Congress as the political divide seems to grow even wider. And with rising tensions in Iraq and the ongoing crisis in Syria, there's a new focus on how to handle refugees.
Marketplace economics correspondent Chris Farrell sees a light in this otherwise dark tunnel. He argues the U.S. could improve its economy as well as the safety and well-being of foreign citizens by increasing its intake of refugees.
Click the audio player above to hear Chris Farrell in conversation with Marketplace Morning Report host David Brancaccio