Oct 30, 2020

Women leaving the workforce is everyone’s problem

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Plus: Netflix's price hike, the dollar as a safe haven and the volunteer notaries helping Missouri voters mail in their ballots.

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Child care crisis could cost women $64.5 billion in lost wages

Oct 30, 2020
A new report quantifies the cost of women pulling back from work to care for kids during the pandemic.
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Savings take a hit as pandemic lingers

Oct 30, 2020
People bought more stuff, like cars and home office equipment, an expert says. But also, there haven’t been any more relief checks.
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Americans are contributing more than cash to the 2020 election

Oct 30, 2020
In Missouri, a change in the law allowed more people to vote by mail, but with a catch. A new group of volunteers stepped up.
Jill Anderson guides Cynthia Barounis through the notarization process outside Rooster restaurant in St. Louis. A change to Missouri law allows most people to vote absentee or by mail, but mail-in ballots must be notarized.
Kimberly Adams

Netflix's strategy: more original content, but shorter runs

Oct 30, 2020
The new reality at the streaming service: Three years is a good run; more than that means a big hit.
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Netflix's strategy: more original content, but shorter runs

Oct 30, 2020
The new reality at the streaming service: Three years is a good run; more than that means a big hit.
Jonathan Nackstrand/AFP via Getty Images

Savings take a hit as pandemic lingers

Oct 30, 2020
People bought more stuff, like cars and home office equipment, an expert says. But also, there haven’t been any more relief checks.
Pixabay

Child care crisis could cost women $64.5 billion in lost wages

Oct 30, 2020
A new report quantifies the cost of women pulling back from work to care for kids during the pandemic.
iStock/Getty Images

Americans are contributing more than cash to the 2020 election

Oct 30, 2020
In Missouri, a change in the law allowed more people to vote by mail, but with a catch. A new group of volunteers stepped up.
Jill Anderson guides Cynthia Barounis through the notarization process outside Rooster restaurant in St. Louis. A change to Missouri law allows most people to vote absentee or by mail, but mail-in ballots must be notarized.
Kimberly Adams

Music from the episode

bloodline Ariana Grande
Hotsauce Chelsea Monet
Blue Monday Pete Rock
Skipping Rocks Oddisee

The team

Nancy Farghalli Executive Producer
Bridget Bodnar Producer
Daisy Palacios Producer
Sean McHenry Associate Producer
Maria Hollenhorst Associate Producer