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Nancy Marshall-Genzer

Senior Reporter

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I report on the intersection of Washington and Wall Street, explaining how the decisions made here impact your wallet.

What was your first job?

I had a paper route. I used the money I made to buy a horse named Pokey. She totally lived up to her name, unless she was headed toward the barn around dinner time.

What do you think is the hardest part of your job that no one knows?

The scramble to get on air. I frequently work the early shift, filing for the “Marketplace Morning Report.” One morning last year, there was a fire drill a few minutes before I was supposed to go live. It stopped just in time!

In your next life, what would your career be?

A professor at Hogwarts.

What’s the favorite item in your workspace and why?

My kids' artwork. They inspire me to be creative.

Latest Stories from Nancy (1,413)

8chan struggles to stay online after El Paso shooting

by David Brancaccio, Nancy Marshall-Genzer, Daniel Shin, and Rose Conlon Aug 5, 2019
Critics say the online forum enables the spread of hate speech.
People light candles during a vigil after the shooting at the Cielo Vista Mall Walmart in El Paso, Texas, on Aug. 4.
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IRS taxpayer advocate leaves, no replacement yet

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Jul 31, 2019
National Taxpayer Advocate Nina Olson is stepping down on July 31.

Tax tips from Nina Olson, America's national taxpayer advocate

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Jul 30, 2019
Nina Olson's job is to serve as the voice for taxpayers inside the IRS. Here are her top five tax tips.
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Summer recess means fundraising events for Congress members

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Jul 26, 2019
Lawmakers need to raise money for 2020 as seats become less and less safe. At least some of them are having fun while doing so.
People ride bicycles alongside the Potomac River in Arlington, Virginia, with the US Capitol in the distance, September 3, 2018, during the Labor Day holiday, the traditional end of the summer vacation season.
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Facebook is facing a fine. What about Zuckerberg?

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Jul 15, 2019
The Federal Trade Commission is reportedly ready to hit Facebook with a fine of about $5 billion.
Signs for company Cambridge Analytica in the lobby of the building in which they are based on March 21, 2018 in London, England.
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President Trump’s July 4 events in Washington, D.C. come at a cost

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Jul 4, 2019
Tanks, flyovers and extra policing all add to the tab for a military-themed “Salute to America."
A Bradley Fighting Vehicle arrives as preparations are made for the "Salute to America" Fourth of July event with US President Donald Trump at the Lincoln Memorial on the National Mall in Washington, DC, July 3, 2019, which will feature flyovers by the Blue Angels, an airplane used as Air Force One, as well as military demonstrations and a speech by Trump.
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This economic expansion's longer than the one in the 1990s. What's changed since then?

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Jul 1, 2019
Growth is slower this time, and the rich are accruing more of the gains.
A man walks by the New York Stock Exchange.
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Boeing has a new problem

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Jun 27, 2019
The problem appears to be related to how pilots can control the jet if the system that automatically pushes its nose down malfunctions.
At Boeing's Renton, Washington, factory, 737 Max airplanes are still coming off assembly lines at a record rate.
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Facebook unveils digital coin

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Jun 18, 2019
Facebook says users will be able to buy things and send money using its new coin and wallet app.
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Personal injury lawyers hit the airwaves in an attempt to round up victims of Roundup

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Jun 13, 2019
With thousands of cancer patients suing or planning to sue Monsanto over its weed killer, Roundup, personal injury lawyers are clamoring to represent them
The Bayer Pharma AG building stands on August 29, 2018 in Berlin, Germany.
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