Aug 15, 2016

Marketplace for Monday, August 15, 2016

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump spoke about foreign policy today, Marketplace's Kimberly Adams talks about how Trump's foreign policy might affect immigration and the economy; why credits cards that come with computer chips may not end credit-card hacks like we first thought they would; and an excerpt from our podcast "the Uncertain Hour."

Segments From this episode

Comedy Central cancels Larry Wilmore's 'The Nightly Show'

Aug 15, 2016
Amid news of the show's cancellation, we revisit one of our interviews with the Comedy Central host.
Host Larry Wilmore appears on the debut episode of his show. 
Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images for Comedy Central

Why retail data hacks keep happening

Aug 15, 2016
Credit card transaction data won't be secure until chip cards are universally adopted
The "point of sale" moments like this when you pay, are the root of many data breaches. 
Joe Raedle/Getty Images

Welfare reform, through the eyes of two women

Aug 15, 2016
The "work first" approach made pursuing a college degree much harder.
Patricia Edwards, 49, attended Baltimore City Community College and Elana Gamble, 53, was a community college student in Maryland.
Amy Scott/Marketplace

New paper chase: law school for non-lawyers

Aug 15, 2016
Non-J.D. enrollment at law schools is growing
Cheryl Kettinger in her new office at St. Christopher's Hospital for Children in North Philadelphia. 
Avi Wolfman-Arent

Trump calls for "extreme vetting" and more sanctions

Aug 15, 2016
Republican nominee Donald Trump delivered a foreign policy speech in Ohio Monday.
Republican candidate for President Donald Trump holds a campaign event at the Kilcawley Center at Youngstown State University on August 15, 2016 in Youngstown, Ohio. In his address, Trump laid out his foreign policy vision for America.
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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump spoke about foreign policy today, Marketplace’s Kimberly Adams talks about how Trump’s foreign policy might affect immigration and the economy; why credits cards that come with computer chips may not end credit-card hacks like we first thought they would; and an excerpt from our podcast “the Uncertain Hour.”

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