The families the child tax credit has left behind
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Plus: How a fleet of British satellites could help combat climate change and the pandemic's impact on Warby Parker comes into focus.
Segments From this episode
Why the debt ceiling really, really matters
Louise Sheiner, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, discusses what could happen if Congress fails to raise or suspend the debt limit.
Here's another shortage to add to the list: paint
Ryan Amato of Ryan Amato Painting in Easton, Pennsylvania, talks us through the challenges.
Private equity money changed the housing market, then the pandemic hit
Big corporate landlords are more likely to evict and harder to talk to, experts say.
Some undocumented immigrants aren't getting their child tax credit payments
The people who most need the aid “have to jump the most hurdles to get it,” says Chabeli Carrazana, economy reporter at the 19th.
Pioneering direct-to-consumer brand Warby Parker goes public
The company's business model was prepared it for the online sales boom of the pandemic. Now half its revenue comes from in-person sales.
NYC hopes congestion pricing can reduce traffic. How has it worked elsewhere?
Pretty well, it turns out.
The thermal spy in the sky that could help combat climate change
A small British company is launching satellites that can check up on your household carbon emissions.
Music from the episode
Never Catch Me Flying Lotus, Kendrick Lamar
A Matterapat Dr. Lonnie Smith
Rising Son Takuya Kuroda
Coco Mango (FloFilz Remix) MF DOOM, FloFilz
The World Is Yours Will Sessions
Nancy Farghalli Executive Producer
Daisy Palacios Senior Producer
Maria Hollenhorst Producer
Sean McHenry Associate Producer