A pangolin carries its baby at a zoo in Bali, Indonesia. Delegates at a U.N. wildlife conference have voted to ban commercial trade in all eight species of pangolin. Firdia Lisnawati/AP hide caption

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Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf was grilled by the Senate Banking Committee last week over the bank's illegal sales practices. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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Wells Fargo CEO To Forfeit Tens Of Millions In Stock Awards Amid Scandal

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The Cardinal Power Station is a coal-fired energy plant in Brilliant, Ohio. The Obama administration's Clean Power Plan requires a 32 percent cut in carbon emissions from power plants by 2030. Michael S. Williamson/The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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Appeals Court Hears Challenge To Obama Power-Plant Emissions Rule

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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte speaks during a presidential awarding ceremony held at the Malacanang Palace in Manila, Philippines, on Monday. George Calvelo/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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Festival goers order from a food truck during the Bonnaroo Arts And Music Festival on June 11, in Manchester, Tenn. Food trucks embody the startup culture but a new study suggests millennials are wary of starting businesses because of economic hardships. FilmMagic for Bonnaroo Arts And Music Festival hide caption

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Asia Duncan, 30, is formerly a seller for a jewelry maker. Now, she's attending Pasadena City College and is working to be a doctor. Maya Sugarman for NPR hide caption

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Shaken By Economic Change, 'Non-Traditional' Students Are Becoming The New Normal

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Wells Fargo Case Prompts Questions Of Corporate Ethics Reform

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Want To Get To Know The Real France? Call A 'Random' French Person

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Customers use interactive kiosks to place orders at Eatsa, a fully automated fast food restaurant in San Francisco. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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As Our Jobs Are Automated, Some Say We'll Need A Guaranteed Basic Income

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Episode 725: Trade Show

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Coleson McCoy watches Heather Milliron work on a project in advanced physical science at the Global Impact STEM Academy in Springfield, Ohio. The city, which lost jobs as factories closed, is trying to boost local incomes with education. Maddie McGarvey for NPR hide caption

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Candidates Want To Raise The Economic Tide To Lift Opportunity, But How?

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As U.S. Economy Grows, Many Americans Struggle To Face Trade-Offs

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Clinton, Trump Differ On How To Create Economic Opportunity In The U.S.

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Harvard University's nation-leading $35.7 billion endowment suffered a 2 percent loss on its investments in fiscal 2016. Katarzyna Baumann#125911/Moment Editorial/Getty Images hide caption

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The Millennium Tower looking down Franklin Street in downtown Boston. The city has seen a tech boom and housing prices have also increased over the past few years. Jesse Costa/WBUR hide caption

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Amid A Business Boom, A Wealth Gap Between Races Leaves Some Struggling

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A City Looks To STEM School To Lift Economy, But Will Grads Stay?

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Federal Reserve Board Chair Janet Yellen told reporters Wednesday that although the Fed is holding its benchmark interest rate steady, she still expects it to raise the rate this year. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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