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Episode 139: When student athletes play hard, who gets paid?

Nov 12, 2019

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Amtrak says it had its best year in company history

by Kimberly Adams Nov 11, 2019
After years of being the subject of congressional ire, the federally subsidized company is almost at the point of breaking even.
Passengers board an Amtrak train at New York City's Pennsylvania Station.
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Fall of the Berlin Wall

The unintended consequences of German reunification

by Rose Conlon Nov 11, 2019
"We all started to realize that life was just going to be different."
A person touches a segment of the Berlin wall at the Bernauerstrasse wall memorial on the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, on November 9, 2019 in Berlin.
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Can a credit card be sexist?

by Erika Beras and Sabri Ben-Achour Nov 11, 2019
It is alleged that the Apple Card offers higher credits to men than it does women — on that basis alone.
Jennifer Bailey, vice president of Apple Pay, speaks during an Apple product launch event at the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park on March 25 in Cupertino, California.
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A year after the Camp Fire, local developers are working together to rebuild Paradise

by Sonja Hutson Nov 11, 2019
Despite concerns that big out-of-town developers would buy up land and make Paradise more expensive, an analysis of property sales finds local developers rebuilding the town.
Locals Dave and Christine Williams are developing two lots in Paradise that were destroyed in the Camp Fire.
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The Big Book

The "Joy of Cooking," reintroduced

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar Nov 11, 2019
The great-grandson of the woman who wrote the beloved cookbook "The Joy of Cooking" has updated the classic for a new generation.
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Powell to address Congress as economic picture seems brighter

by Mitchell Hartman Nov 11, 2019
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell appears before the Congressional Joint Economic Committee this week.
Federal Reserve Board Chairman Jerome Powell speaks during a news conference October 30, 2019 in Washington, DC.
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Will TV networks cash in on impeachment?

by Kimberly Adams Nov 11, 2019
Well, it depends.
Representative Mark Meadows (R-NC) speaks to reporters on Capitol Hill after witnesses failed to show up for closed door testimony during the impeachment inquiry into US President Donald Trump in Washington, DC on November 4, 2019.
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WhatsApp's first foray into e-commerce

by Erika Beras Nov 8, 2019
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More and more workers are taking advantage of informal activism

by Meghan McCarty Carino Nov 8, 2019
What's happening at WeWork is the latest example of informal organizing by workers.
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