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2020 is all about the donors

2020 is all about the donors

May 7, 2019
We didn't always talk about the funds raised by presidential candidates. Things have changed.
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Stories From this episode

In logistics, employers scramble for workers

by Mitchell Hartman May 7, 2019
Bureau of Labor Statistics data show nearly 90,000 job openings in warehousing, transportation and utilities in March.
Boxes travel on conveyor belts at an Amazon fulfillment center in Robbinsville, New Jersey, in 2017.
Mark Makela/Getty Images

"Airplane boneyards" are more than places where planes go to die

by Jack Stewart May 7, 2019
Southern California Logistics Airport also provides plane storage, maintenance and technician training.
Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 Max airplanes are parked on the tarmac after being grounded at the Southern California Logistics Airport in Victorville on March 28.
Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images

Export-Import Bank might shake years of reduced powers

by , and May 7, 2019
The Senate will vote on confirming three new board members who would enable the Export-Import Bank to perform its full mission. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
People arrive for the U.S. Export-Import Bank's annual conference in Washington, D.C., in 2013.
Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images

With Venezuela's collapsing government, "the collapse of everything else"

by Kai Ryssdal and Bennett Purser May 7, 2019
Why economist Carlos Hernández is staying in the country, despite political turmoil and zero economic opportunity.
Dan Kitwood/Getty Images

Walmart wants your pets to be customers

by Erika Beras May 7, 2019
The retailer probably already has your business.
Veterinary employees prepare a dog for surgery.
Leon Neal/Getty Images
Election 2020

In crowded field, 2020 candidates scramble more for donors than for donations

by Kimberly Adams May 7, 2019
In a crowded field, Democratic presidential hopefuls are scrambling for attention.
A candidate's podium during the 2016 presidential debates.
Joe Raedle/Getty Images
My Economy

The bookbinder who specializes in repairing bibles

by Bennett Purser May 7, 2019
With the help of a national Christian bookstore, she built a business fixing bibles for its customers. Then it shut down all locations.
Bible pages in repair at Abrami Book Bindery
Courtesy of Rosemary Abrami

Music from the episode

Perth Beirut
Hands of Time (feat. Alxndr London) Kraak & Smaak, Alxndr London
Confessions of My Soul Jacob Rogers
Chinatown Wild Nothing
Breeze Freddie Joachim
Superposition Young the Giant

The team

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