ON THE MONEY THIS WEEKEND:
Shake and Quake
Todd Halihan, Oklahoma State University Professor and Geologist
Forget tornadoes, Oklahoma's most common natural disaster is now earthquakes. More than 900 shook the state last year. Most are small, but two this year have exceeded a magnitude of 5.0. In the most earthquake-prone state in the U.S, a majority are man-made, triggered by the oil and gas industry. After drilling for oil, wastewater is injected underground, where it can disrupt fault plates deep below the earth's surface. We ask Todd Halihan, a geologist at Oklahoma State University, if this is an unavoidable part of an oil-driven economy, or if there are alternatives.
Clinton on Election
Former President Bill Clinton
With the election looming, we sit down with Former President Clinton for his take on what surprises him and what he sees ahead as November 8th approaches. He also has advice for Wells Fargo executives following the account fraud scandal. And the 42nd President shares what he thinks about the future of the Clinton Foundation if Hillary becomes the 45th President.
Mortgage in Reverse
Senior Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson
A home is the biggest asset for many people. In a reverse mortgage, the bank gives you a loan based on the equity in your house. For older homeowners, strapped for cash in retirement, it could be a good financial option. But it's not right for everyone. Senior Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson breaks down the benefits and cautions about the fine print to watch out for.
Agent in Training
Kate Rogers, Reporter
If you think you have what it takes to protect the President, a Secret Service career could be right for you. The 151 year-old agency has a dual mission of protection and investigations. And they're looking to hire nearly 1,200 employees by the end of 2017. Reporter Kate Rogers goes to the Secret Service academy for two days of intense training. From virtual active shooter drills to firearms training and more, she finds what skills are needed to make the cut and become a special agent.
Next Week: Chip Cards turn one. They slow you down at the register, but are they doing any good?