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Final Note

Open that snap, it could be your college acceptance letter

by Kai Ryssdal Dec 2, 2016
This, and Snapchat glasses that allow you to snap what you're seeing.
 

 
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The Marketplace Quiz

The band Local Natives takes the Marketplace Quiz

by Hayley Hershman Dec 2, 2016
Juicing mistakes? They've made a few.
Taylor Rice and Kelcey Ayer from the band Local Natives take the Quiz.
Shore Fire Media

TPP is first on the Trump administration's chopping block

by Amy Scott Nov 22, 2016
The President-elect says Obama's Asia-Pacific deal could be disastrous.
People hold signs as they demonstrate against the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement in Washington, DC, on November 14, 2016.
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Why Apple's Irish tax bill could cost the US

by Kimberly Adams Aug 30, 2016
The U.S. government complains the EU is targeting American firms for tax cases.
In 2013, Apple CEO Timothy Cook testified before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee about the company's offshore profit shifting and tax avoidance. Recently, The European Commission served Apple with a bill for back taxes over $14 billion owed to Ireland— a price that may be a direct financial cost to the U.S. 
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How the government came to own the West

by Mitchell Hartman Jan 4, 2016
Some elected officials want the federal government to release Western lands it has long held in stewardship for the benefit of the public and businesses.

After almost 40 years, Luke quits "General Hospital"

by Tony Wagner Jul 27, 2015
It's not often you can watch someone do their job every day for 37 years.

Pennsylvania installs prefab bridges

by Marielle Segarra Jan 21, 2015
Prefabricated parts speed up bridge construction and save money.

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Suing soldiers for their debt

by Mark Garrison Aug 1, 2014
USA Discounters gives easy credit to soldiers, then sues them when they can't pay.

Solving Detroit's blight, one scary poster at a time

by Kai Ryssdal May 28, 2014
Houses having been sitting empty for three to five years, and they are not getting any better.
A lot to give

Donor-advised funds: A controversial form of charity

by Noel King Apr 29, 2014
They're a growing method of giving, but they're not without critics.
Today marks Giving Tuesday.
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