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The other "Dreamers"
Episode S4-E1

The other "Dreamers"

Feb 13, 2019

Some 600,000 American-born children whose parents have returned to Mexico, voluntarily or not, are believed to be in Mexican schools. Today, we look at the economics of them coming back to the United States. Plus: What you need to know…

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More than 600,000 American children born to Mexican nationals are living in Mexico

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar Feb 13, 2019
Even though they have the right to return to the U.S., they may not know it, a California Sunday reporter says.
Dusk falls over a section of the U.S.-Mexico border fence near Campo, California.
David McNew/Getty Images

Airbus may kill production of A380 superjumbo jet

by Jack Stewart Feb 13, 2019
Once touted as an aircraft for the future, the Airbus A380 was supposed to offer international carriers with an appealing, if massive, option for long-haul flights. Now the A380 appears to be on life support. Emirates airlines has scaled back purchases…
President and CEO of Japanese airline All Nippon Airways (ANA) Holdings, Shinya Katanozaka (C) and President of Airbus Japan Stephane Ginoux (R) wave during a ceremony for the delivery of the company's first Airbus A380, on March 20, 2019 at the Airbus delivery center in Colomiers, southwestern France.
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U.S. pushes international curbs on Huawei

by Scott Tong Feb 13, 2019
If you asked the White House to name its global corporate enemy No. 1, the Chinese tech giant Huawei would be at, or near, the top of the list. Washington has pushed for Huawei’s chief financial officer to be arrested…
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Levi's are about to return to the stock market

by Renata Sago Feb 13, 2019
The iconic jeans and fashion brand is planning its second IPO after going private in 1985.
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Hobby investments can't escape that darn global economy

by Justin Ho Feb 13, 2019
Hobby investments are a fun alternative to the stock market. But they aren’t immune from the ebbs and flows of the economy.
The Beanie Baby craze in the '90s is an example of hobby investing.
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Some 600,000 American-born children whose parents have returned to Mexico, voluntarily or not, are believed to be in Mexican schools. Today, we look at the economics of them coming back to the United States. Plus: What you need to know about the potential Huawei and ZTE bans, and why Levis is trying to go public … again.

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Komorebi Craft Spells
Lance Jr. Courtney Barnett
Wind Travel Richard Houghten
Sisyphus Andrew Bird
Mockingbird Wild Belle
Komorebi Craft Spells
Sisyphus Andrew Bird
Mockingbird Wild Belle
Lance Jr. Courtney Barnett
Wind Travel Richard Houghten

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Nancy Farghalli Executive Producer
Bridget Bodnar Producer
Daisy Palacios Producer
Sean McHenry Associate Producer
Maria Hollenhorst Assistant Producer
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