On today's show, we talk to designers and car company executives about one of the biggest technical challenges they face: making all the different governments happy.
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The US is responding to Russian tanks, artillery and special forces with its own weapon: money.
The European Union wants U.S. cheese makers to stop calling their Parmesan cheese Parmesan cheese.
Why millions of Americans still haggle with car dealers in person, one brand at a time.
There's an obscure law that governs just about anything that travels by ship in the US - bananas, hairdryers, gasoline, even people.
Russia is the world's biggest exporter of natural gas, and the second-biggest exporter of oil.
In rural Oaxaca, there are basically no jobs. Two cousins have a dream to change that.
NPR's Lisa Chow was in the car for about an hour, rolling around Manhattan in the middle of a snowstorm. She got the car through Uber, the new service that charges more when demand spikes.
On today's show: Three stories about people who, intentionally or not, found themselves breaking the rules.
If you know the right people — and if you can get other criminals to vouch for you — you can go online and buy huge bundles of stolen credit cards. As it turns out, Planet Money knows the right people.