In the aftermath of the 'no' vote in Sunday's historic referendum, Greece's financial future remains unclear. Today we speak with a Greek-American activist, a businessman, and a professor about the vote and the impact it could have on families and businesses in Greece. We also get an update on Ebola in West Africa as the disease resurfaces in Libera. And, the shifting cultural attitudes towards adoption in South Korea.
Illinois Comptroller Judy Baar Topinka said Monday the state is not prepared for a second economic recession.The tax watchdog group Civic Federation projected Illinois would end the 2012 fiscal year $8.3 billion in debt.
Eurozone finance ministers and economists from around the world now argue over the best solution to Greece’s spiraling economic crisis. Some want more rigorous austerity measures, while others believe Greece should default on its debt and abandon the Euro.