Korean pop culture has taken the world by storm. And not by accident.
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Plus: Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic on economic recovery; the options Joe Biden has to combat rising gas prices; and a Chicago musician on a sense of normalcy regained.
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Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic: "Everything is just taking longer than I would have expected going in."
Bostic discusses inflation, employment and trying to make sure the economic recovery brings everyone along.
Other employment numbers have been subject to a lot of revision as well.
Officials are considering releasing oil from the strategic reserve. They’re also pushing the FTC to investigate possible price gouging.
What happened wasn't migration, it was mobility.
After more than a year and a half of working online, Seth Shulman is teaching lessons in person and back to a more regular show schedule.
The nation's pop culture is a government-funded export that has grown into the "Korean wave."