About those wine and cheese tariffs
Share Now on:
Also: The Senate is allocating $250 billion to technology R&D, a study finds that work requirements for SNAP benefits don’t lead to more people working and Chinese families are stressed by the demands of extracurricular classes.
Segments From this episode
U.S. government funding for even basic research has been in decline for decades.
Tariffs on wine, cheese, steel and aluminum are among the issues to be resolved.
Katrina Amaral of Timberdoodle has seen more interest in custom orders. And the spike in lumber prices has improved her pricing power.
But they do reduce the number of people receiving food assistance.
Academic competition pressures families to enroll children in tutoring courses. But some parents are resisting.
As supply chain shortages back up orders of parts and raw materials, bike manufacturers are struggling to keep up with surging demand.