Is the economy on track? Freight trains might clue us in.
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Also: Ride-hailing apps tackle the vaccine question, a Missoula real estate agent on the difficult housing market and Brooklyn restaurants respond to vaccine mandates.
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A bumpy labor market recovery
Elizabeth Crofoot, a senior economist at the Conference Board, chats about the recent ADP jobs report.
Owners and managers consider how they'll enforce the rule — and what it'll mean for business.
Trains are delivering shipping containers brimming with the imported products consumers are demanding. Rail can tell us about U.S. exports, too.
It's bad news for federal officials who are trying to convince more homeowners that they need flood protection.
California faces more potential rolling blackouts this year due to a historic drought. But the state's deregulated power system also plays a role, and dates back to the Enron scandal.
"You're working twice as hard for the same amount of money," says Mindy Palmer of helping buyers in a tight market.