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Even if the U.S. escapes a recession, other economies may not be as lucky

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A pedestrian walks past an electronic share price board showing the closing numbers on the Tokyo Stock Exchange (L) and a foreign exchange board showing the yen's rate against the US dollar (R) in Tokyo on June 13, 2022. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP) (Photo by KAZUHIRO NOGI/AFP via Getty Images) Kazuhiro Nogi/AFP via Getty Images

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Inflation's a global problem. Curbing it may send some countries' economies into recession.

by Mitchell Hartman Jun 16, 2022
The U.S. economy might have an easier time achieving a "soft landing" than economies in Europe and elsewhere.

The housing market is finally starting to cool off

by Samantha Fields Jun 16, 2022
Mortgage rates are up. Realtors are being laid off.

Things are "awesome and amazing" at this Montana mall

by Kai Ryssdal and Andie Corban Jun 16, 2022
Alana Ferko explains what's new at the Butte Plaza Mall.

Delays skew patent system in favor of big corporations, some inventors say

by Andy Uhler Jun 16, 2022
It can take years for a patent to be granted, unless the inventor can pony up extra cash for expedited handling.

Schools' creditworthiness could be challenged by new costs, report says

by Stephanie Hughes Jun 16, 2022
Teachers demanding higher pay is one example of new costs. That could make it harder for schools to borrow money, a new report says.

Continuing the work of Lakota education

by Anais Amin Jun 16, 2022
"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.

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Tightrope Janelle Monáe
El Jardin Hermanos Gutiérrez
Blow Beyoncé
Circles Post Malone
So We Won't Forget Khruangbin
Mine Forever Lord Huron

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