Six years after the Great Recession, the housing market is finally in "recovery." But it's still hard to buy a new home. Wall Street has snapped up foreclosed houses at rock-bottom prices and converted them into rentals. We hear about that and other reasons why "recovery" is not what it used to be. Also, Libya braces for civil war, and new evidence that dogs can think, talk and play by the rules.
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