Why some towns might pay you to move there
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Plus, what the delta variant means for consumer confidence, Chicago's clogged rail yards and a link between heat waves and workplace injuries.
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Later this week we will learn how much consumers spent in June, and on what. But that might not be the best picture of what's going on now.
Given the history of U.S. railroads, a chokepoint in the Windy City was "inevitable" once cargo started backing up elsewhere.
The Federal Reserve is aiming for long-term inflation of 2%. But economists say a bit more could help some workers and borrowers.
We’re talking anywhere from $2,000 to $20,000, plus park passes or camping equipment to sweeten the deal.
New research from UCLA shows climate change-induced heat waves pose a growing threat to workers.
From QR codes to delivery apps, a menu specialist weighs in on the rise of digital menus.