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Hosted by Kai Ryssdal, our flagship program is all about providing context on the economic news of the day. Through stories, conversations and newsworthy numbers, we help listeners understand the economic world around them.

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461 The SCOTUS news is just starting2018-07-10 15:00:00
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462 Let's do the numbers. But which ones?2018-07-09 15:00:00
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463 Where's the exit?2018-07-06 15:00:00
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464 The trade war is about to get real2018-07-05 15:00:00
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465 Your electric bill is feeling the heat2018-07-04 17:24:15
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466 You need a vacation2018-07-03 15:00:00
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467 There are "Permit Patties" everywhere2018-07-02 15:00:00
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468 Global trade ... amirite?2018-06-29 15:00:00
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469 If these bond market interest rates could talk2018-06-28 15:00:00
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470 Having our day in court2018-06-27 15:00:00
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471 The tech industry vs. the travel ban2018-06-26 15:00:00
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472 Tough day for HOG2018-06-25 15:00:00
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473 More of your trade questions, answered2018-06-22 15:00:00
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474 Do you think the Supreme Court shops online?2018-06-21 12:24:39
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475 Let's do the Zestimate2018-06-20 15:00:00
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476 The view from the border2018-06-19 14:15:16
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477 Are we in a trade war yet?2018-06-18 15:00:00
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478 Are we talking about trade again?2018-06-15 15:00:00
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479 Sedan sales aren't what they used to be2018-06-14 06:00:00
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480 Today we all learned a little Fedspeak2018-06-13 15:00:00
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Today we all learned a little Fedspeak

The Federal Reserve raised interest rates today, and Chair Jay Powell took some time to explain the economics of the decision. We thought that was our job. Anyway, we'll bring you the highlights, plus the latest in corporate mega-mergers as Comcast makes a bid for Fox. Then: A lot of us still feel the effects of the financial crisis, but there are places where you can actually still see them. Houses that got stuck in foreclosure limbo, abandoned by their owners and are still sitting empty years later. They're called "zombie homes." We'll take you to Long Island, which has more than anywhere else.…read more