Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic: "Everything is just taking longer than I would have expected going in."
Bostic discusses inflation, employment and trying to make sure the economic recovery brings everyone along.
In her new book, "The Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together," Heather McGhee looks at how racism drained not only public pools, but also public support for universal healthcare and other "big government" policies.
Family members of one Black 32-year-old woman who died say they are concerned about the lack of communication from the hospital before her death.
Civil rights leader Floyd McKissick set out to create a town, aided by government funding, that would showcase Black capitalism. Professor Devin Fergus explains why the story is relevant today.