Pandemic-induced surpluses boost school-supply drives
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Also on today's show: digging into July's inflation numbers, a look at British higher education post-Brexit and how one travel agent is juggling changing COVID restrictions for clients.
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But inflation eased on a month-to-month basis. Many economists expect price gains to moderate as the pandemic recovery progresses.
Among other ways, it would upgrade the power grid and support electric cars and public transit.
Fewer EU students in the U.K. may bring some financial benefits to British universities but it raises some political concerns, too.
Businesses are giving away clothes and school supplies they may not have sold when the pandemic shut them down last year.
Vox writer Alissa Wilkinson explains the history behind food label dates, and how the "expiration date" concept is a costly misunderstanding.
Denver travel agent Sarah Fazendin says clients are spending more on extras than they would have before the pandemic.