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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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761 03/15/2017: Take a (very small) hike2017-03-15 12:16:32
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762 03/14/2017: When health care reform is tax reform2017-03-14 11:22:07
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763 03/13/2017: Let's do the numbers on health care2017-03-13 13:00:46
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764 03/10/2017: What does (almost) full employment really feel like?2017-03-10 19:41:27
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765 03/09/2017: American infrastructure stinks2017-03-09 11:00:45
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766 03/08/17: 'Big Candy' is ethically sticky for Trump2017-03-08 10:50:17
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767 03/07/2017: What's it cost to reconfigure almost a fifth the economy?2017-03-07 11:12:42
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768 03/06/2017: Don't get distracted by Trump's tweets2017-03-06 10:56:04
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769 03/03/2017: Two big speeches2017-03-03 11:56:37
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770 03/02/2017: From $24 billion to $33 billion in a Snap2017-03-02 10:24:09
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771 03/01/2017: One Trump speech is not the economy2017-03-01 10:38:52
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772 02/28/2017: Can you budget the government like a business?2017-02-28 12:10:05
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773 02/27/17: Trump's spending plan isn't new2017-02-27 14:00:00
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774 02/24/17: Accommodating infinity2017-02-24 16:25:48
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775 02/23/2017: The Mexican energy industry has a long road ahead2017-02-23 11:43:37
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02/23/2017: The Mexican energy industry has a long road ahead

Just because foreign companies can now invest in Mexico’s state-owned energy agency Pemex, it doesn’t necessarily mean they will. Seventy-five years of monopoly bred messy finances, debt, nepotism and corruption. But it’s too big an opportunity for some to pass up, and we’ll likely see U.S. companies involved with Pemex’s modernization. Next, our sustainability desk visits tech startups that are figuring out better places to put carbon dioxide than into the air — and some of their solutions make pretty useful products. Plus, the coal conversation continues with an update from Wyoming.…read more

776 02/22/2017: Let's talk about coal, again2017-02-22 11:08:37
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777 02/21/2017: Betting on Trump2017-02-21 11:16:06
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778 02/20/17: An economics linguistic lesson2017-02-20 16:00:20
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779 02/17/2017: Total global dominance by Facebook2017-02-17 11:12:57
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780 02/16/2017: How small is too big to fail?2017-02-16 12:10:46
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