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Marketplace host Kimberly Adams speaks with Nela Richardson from ADP and Catherine Rampell from The Washington Post about this week's inflation numbers, what that could mean for the Fed moving forward and more of this week's economic news.
The University of Michigan survey shows improvement, especially among low- and middle-income consumers, who have struggled most with inflation.
Many districts make the switch to attract teachers and save money. Though some extend the school day, classroom time often contracts.
Vinyl records are a big part of Phillip Rollins' business at Offbeat in Jackson, Mississippi. But rising costs make them a harder sell.
With its sunshine and turquoise waters, Greece draws travelers worldwide. Now the government is promoting lesser-known islands.