Jim Zarroli Jim Zarroli is an NPR correspondent based in New York. He covers economics and business news.
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Internet gambling has become legal in New Jersey and Nevada, but experts say enforcement and regulations still need to be straightened out. Jim Mone/AP hide caption

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In a lawsuit, the Justice Department alleges Standard and Poor's misled investors with fraudulent credit ratings. The agency could seek more than $5 billion in damages. Henny Ray Abrams/AP hide caption

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DOJ Plans To Sue S&P Over Its Ratings Of Mortgage-Backed Securities

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Stock Market Rallies On Positive Jobs Report

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Economists Downplay Weak U.S. Growth Rate

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Masaaki Shirakawa, the governor of the Bank of Japan, speaks before the press in Tokyo on Friday. The central bank announced new measures to stimulate the economy Tuesday. Rie Ishii/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Japan's Economic Plan May Be Bad News For Everyone Else

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This undated image shows the Amenas natural gas field in Algeria, where Islamist militants raided and took hostages last week. Dozens of hostages and their captors were killed when Algerian forces subsequently raided the facility. BP/AP hide caption

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Algeria Attack Raises Security Alarms For Energy Firms

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Gun Makers Worry Revamped Laws Will Hurt Bottom Line

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Wal-Mart Offers Jobs To Any New Veterans With An Honorable Discharge

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JPMorgan Chase Agrees To Beef Up Risk Management

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