The GM strike could be almost over
Oct 17, 2019

The GM strike could be almost over

Plus: The latest tariffs on European goods and changes to the Fair Housing Act.

Segments From this episode

U.S. parks and trails rely on a volunteer labor force

Oct 17, 2019
Like most public projects, public lands have a backlog of needed repairs.
Tim Morris, a retired bank trader, clears overgrowth from the Pacific Crest Trail using a long brush saw.
Ben Bradford/Marketplace

Brexit deal wins few friends in Northern Ireland

Oct 17, 2019
The latest deal on Britain’s departure from the European Union fails to soothe economic concerns in Northern Ireland.
Derrylin, Northern Ireland, at the border with the Irish Republic.
Charles McQuillan/Getty Images

How do striking autoworkers feel about the tentative GM agreement?

Oct 17, 2019
There are some concessions the union had been pushing for, but the closure of the Lordstown, Ohio, plant remains a sticking point.
A United Auto Workers member carries a copy of the contract settlement agreement outside of a UAW GM Council meeting in Detroit on Thursday.
Jeff Kowalsky/AFP via Getty Images

How Italian cheese got caught up in a fight about airplanes

Oct 17, 2019
It's no accident that European food and wine is about to get more expensive in the U.S.
Scotch, French wines and Italian cheese and meats are about to get more expensive. Above, imported Parmesan cheese at Cheese Plus in San Francisco.
Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Trump administration moves to weaken fair housing rule

Oct 17, 2019
Some say the changes will make it harder for women and minorities to challenge housing discrimination.
Cameron Spencer/Getty Images
Christopher Kimball's latest venture is Milk Street, a multimedia cooking organization.
Connie Miller, CB Creatives

Music from the episode

Shoop Salt-N-Pepa
North Star Future Islands
Take a Walk Passion Pit

The team

Nancy Farghalli Executive Producer
Maria Hollenhorst Producer II
Sean McHenry Director & Associate Producer II

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