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(NECN/ABC) - Helping the country's financial crisis takes top priority on Capitol Hill again Friday, with the focus shifting from housing to jobs and how best to create them. More than two million Americans have been laid off in the past year, thousands of them in just the past few days. But it was Thursday when former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan answered questions regarding his moves while in charge of the nation's finances. ABC's Christianne Klein is in Washington with a look at the finger pointing over the financial crisis and the government's new plan to help homeowners avoid foreclosure.