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'Physically And Mentally Draining': The Economic Hardships U.S. Dairy Farmers Face
04/20/2019 11:10 AM
Penny Berg and her son, Mark Berg, tell NPR's Scott Simon about the current economic difficulties facing American dairy farmers.
Thousands Of Stop And Shop Employees In New England Strike For New Contract
04/20/2019 11:10 AM
Grocery workers in New England are striking to preserve pensions and other benefits. Their employer, Stop and Shop, says it can't compete unless it brings down costs.
The Mueller Report Is Free To Read, But It's Also A Bestseller
04/19/2019 6:56 PM
The Mueller report on the 22-month probe into Russia's interference in the 2016 election is now a bestselling book, even though its contents are free and widely available.
Anti-Tobacco Advocates Question McConnell Plan To Raise Minimum Purchasing Age
04/19/2019 6:28 PM
Citing an "unprecedented spike" in teens vaping, Sen. Mitch McConnell said the bill would raise the minimum age for people to buy tobacco products from 18 to 21. Tobacco companies back the proposal.
Silicon Valley Has Its Tech Campuses. Now It Wants A Monument
04/19/2019 2:00 PM
Tourists are flocking to California to see the origins of their favorite tech companies. Now there might be a monument about Silicon Valley's glory.
'National Enquirer' To Be Sold To Hudson News Heir James Cohen
04/19/2019 9:59 AM
The tabloid's parent company, American Media Inc., has become embroiled in controversies surrounding President Trump. It also sparred with Jeff Bezos over blackmail accusations.
Revised NAFTA Deal Would Offer Modest Economic Benefits, Report Says
04/19/2019 9:00 AM
The renegotiated trade pact among the U.S., Mexico and Canada would modestly boost the U.S. economy, most notably in the auto industry, according to the International Trade Commission's report.
World Bank Contest Aims To Help People Who Lack Proof Of Identification
04/19/2019 9:00 AM
Roughly 1 in 7 people around the world do not have any form of identification. This is holding them back from accessing public services. The World Bank is looking for new ways to think about IDs.
In 2008, 3 Officials Were On The Frontline Of The Financial Crisis
04/19/2019 9:00 AM
Steve Inskeep talks to ex-Fed Chair Ben Bernanke, former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and ex-President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York Timothy Geithner, about their book and the economy.
The U.S. Now Ranks As A 'Problematic' Place For Journalists
04/18/2019 9:13 PM
"Never before have US journalists been subjected to so many death threats," Reporters Without Borders said in its annual World Press Freedom Index, adding that President Trump "exacerbates" problem.
'This Is Morally Wrong': Biden Supports Striking Massachusetts Grocery Workers
04/18/2019 8:40 PM
Thirty-one thousand Stop & Shop workers are striking in New England over proposed changes to wages and benefits. Eight days in, the strike has shuttered some stores and slowed business at others.
A Brief History Of Income Taxes
04/18/2019 7:15 PM
Taxes have been around forever. But the income tax? In the U.S., it's relatively recent.
Mounting Debt Forces Hard Landing For India's Jet Airways
04/18/2019 3:05 PM
The country's oldest private airline once boasted the largest fleet in the subcontinent. But it lost altitude in recent years amid fierce competition from regional low-cost carriers,
Documentarian Stanley Nelson Showcases The Legacy Of Black Entrepreneurs
04/18/2019 3:05 PM
Nelson has had more documentaries featured at Sundance than any other filmmaker. We talk with him about his latest work.
Why The Tragic Fire At Notre Dame Has Led People To Be So Generous
04/17/2019 9:54 PM
France struggled to raise donations last year when Notre Dame was crumbling and in need of repairs. Now, after a devastating fire, hundreds of millions have been pledged to save the cathedral.

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