On The Internet, A Penny Is Nothing To Sneeze At

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Is A Stradivarius Just A Violin?

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The Mystery Of Tappan Zee: Why Build A Bridge Where The River's Wide?

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The History Of Light, In 6 Minutes And 47 Seconds

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How One State Convinced Its 'Young Invincibles' To Get Health Insurance

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'The Numbers Are Getting Better, The People Are Getting Worse'

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A Venture Capitalist Is Betting A Pair Of Socks (And $50 Million) On Bitcoin's Future

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The Birth Of The Minimum Wage In America

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A Bet, Five Metals And The Future Of The Planet

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The Great Handbell War

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We Found This 20-Year-Old T-Shirt In Kenya. The Internet Found The Original Owner

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The container carrying the Planet Money women's T-shirts is loaded onto a ship in Cartagena, Colombia. Eric Helton for NPR hide caption

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Meet The Humble Container That Moves The Global Economy

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The Afterlife Of American Clothes

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