Even if the U.S. escapes a recession, other economies may not be as lucky
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Dozens of central banks are hiking rates, but some countries are more vulnerable to recessions. Plus, a trip to a mall in Butte, Montana.
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The U.S. economy might have an easier time achieving a "soft landing" than economies in Europe and elsewhere.
Mortgage rates are up. Realtors are being laid off.
Alana Ferko explains what's new at the Butte Plaza Mall.
It can take years for a patent to be granted, unless the inventor can pony up extra cash for expedited handling.
Teachers demanding higher pay is one example of new costs. That could make it harder for schools to borrow money, a new report says.
"Within the next two-to-five-year span [...] we want to be a full-on bed and breakfast," said Tianna Yellowhair, co-owner of Tatanka Rez Tourz.