A group of families of Americans killed in Iraq have filed a lawsuit against many big pharmaceutical companies who allegedly paid bribes to Mahdi forces who killed family members. USA Today correspondent Aamer Madhani investigated and reports that the Iraqi Health Ministry may have acted as “a piggy bank for terrorists in Iraq” relying on bribes paid by Big Pharma. These families allege complicity in the deaths of their loved ones. And on part two, Do you like paying interest to use your own money? According to Mike Krauss of the Public Banking Institute, it doesn’t have to be that way. We can replace the privately held Federal Reserve system and use the treasury to directly finance public projects.