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My Economy

My Economy: How the Pine Ridge reservation regroups after floods

by Liz Sanchez and Sean McHenry May 13, 2019
A South Dakota tour business prepares for its busiest season in the wake of Midwestern flooding.
Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, South Dakota.
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Bad weather and trade complicate planting for Midwest farmers

by Peggy Lowe Apr 22, 2019
Flood damage has made things extremely difficult.
Farmer Richard Oswald, standing on U.S. 136 near Rock Port, Missouri. In the background is a flooded grain elevator, where millions of bushels of corn and soybeans are rotting in the water.
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Another day, another storm

by Kai Ryssdal and Liz Sanchez Apr 11, 2019
Businesses in the Midwest are in the process of recovering from last month's floods.
A tractor drives through flooding in Missouri last month. Midwest businesses are struggling to shoulder the financial burden of flooding and storm damage by two recent storms.
Scott Olson/Getty Images

Midwest suffers extensive flooding and damage

by Peggy Lowe Mar 27, 2019
There's been catastrophic flooding across the Midwest, thanks to a "bomb cyclone" weather event that hit mid-month.
An aerial shot of Hamburg, Iowa, on March 22, days after mass flooding forced evacuations, closed Interstate 29 and racked up losses in the billions.
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Repairing Nebraska will take money and time

by Erika Beras Mar 22, 2019
Nebraska officials report that the flooding in the wake of the recent "bomb cyclone" has caused more than $550 million in damage.
Floodwaters in Fremont, Nebraska, on March 16.
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Midwest flooding has agriculture reeling

by Kimberly Adams Mar 21, 2019
Nebraska officials estimate that flooding has caused $1.3 billion in damage in the state, more than half of it to crops and cattle. The disaster there and in neighboring Iowa follows a difficult year for both states’ farmers, who’ve been…
Floodwaters in Fremont, Nebraska, on March 16.
Courtesy of Scott Olson/Lee Valley Inc.
American Futures

If you ignore national politics, some Americans feel pretty good about the future

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar May 10, 2018
What one couple found after a 100,000-mile multiyear trip crisscrossing America's small towns.
Row houses on Seventh Street in downtown Allentown are now mostly home to first- and second-generation immigrants.
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Divided Decade

The America left out of the economy

by Kai Ryssdal and Josie Fan May 3, 2018
Sarah Kendzior describes "systemic inequality, a lot of suffering among citizens" in her collection of essays.
An aerial view of southern North Dakota in 2016, near Bismarck.
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Midwest flooding underscores a need for flood insurance reform

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer May 4, 2017
Floodwaters have displaced hundreds of people and lead to several deaths in the Midwest. Now the damage assessment starts. The National Flood Insurance Program helps homeowners buy affordable flood insurance, but it’s $25 billion in debt. Congress has a chance…

Oil prices are low, but some states see gas prices spike

by Gigi Douban Aug 19, 2015
Gas consumption is up, and refineries are running near peak capacity. When one breaks down, gas prices jump.