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Millions could face eviction with the moratorium ending
Jul 28, 2021

Millions could face eviction with the moratorium ending

Plus, vaccines' impact on global economic growth, a jet fuel shortage and what the future looks like for Feeding America.

Segments From this episode

Millions of renters could face eviction as moratorium ends

Jul 28, 2021
Congress allocated $46 billion for rental assistance — but is that information, and the money, getting to people who need it?
A constable in Arizona knocks before posting an eviction order. Federal assistance is available for tenants who are behind on their rent, but many are unaware of the aid.
John Moore via Getty Images

Some smaller airports are facing a jet fuel shortage as air travel picks up

Jul 28, 2021
Aircraft fighting wildfires are increasing demand, too, but the real problem is a shortage of truck drivers capable of delivering fuel.
A worker monitors a fueling hose as he pumps fuel into a plane in 2008 at Oakland International Airport in Oakland, California.
Justin Sullivan via Getty Images

What America's hunger crisis may look like after pandemic relief ends

Jul 28, 2021
Feeding America’s CEO expects a greater need for food assistance, but the pandemic created a "keener understanding" of hunger, she says.
A volunteer prepares donated groceries for food-insecure families. Claire Babineaux-Fontenot, CEO of Feeding America, says there may be a "spike in need" for food assistance later this year.
Michael Loccisano via Getty Images

London’s financial center, “the City,” prepares for bigger global role after Brexit

Jul 28, 2021
Brits widen their horizons as hopes dwindle that the U.K. will have unfettered access to the EU's financial services market.
A pedestrian passes the skyscraper informally known as the Gherkin in London's financial district, which seeks to extend its international business ties.
Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP via Getty Images

After a difficult year, Alaska's salmon industry is back

Jul 28, 2021
Last year, Alaska's sockeye salmon industry suffered from a worker shortage. This year, salmon are plentiful and selling at robust prices.
In 2020, salmon processors didn’t have enough people to cut, package and ship fish, so they bought less. In turn, fewer salmon were harvested. This year, biologists are forecasting a record run.
Emily Schwing

Music from the episode

Chamakay Blood Orange
Little Push Mocky, Liliana Andrade
All the Feels Sarah, the Illstrumentalist
Sea Legs The Shins
Long Lost Lord Huron

The team

Nancy Farghalli Executive Producer
Daisy Palacios Senior Producer
Sean McHenry Associate Producer
Richard Cunningham Associate Producer
Dylan Miettinen Associate Digital Producer