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U.S. Economy Is Likely To Sizzle This Summer

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John Rogers, co-CEO of Ariel Investments, stands for a Bloomberg Television spot in Atlantic City, N.J., July 22, 2013. Rogers tells NPR about the emotional and financial impact the Tulsa riots had on his family. Scott Eells/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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How Tulsa Race Massacre Shaped Today's Most Successful Black CEOs

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Watching For Change After Activist Hedge Fund Wins 2 Seats On ExxonMobil Board

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Corporate Landlord Evicts Blacks At Higher Rates Than Whites, Research Shows

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Black Entrepreneurship Booms During Pandemic

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Why The Arrest Of Journalist Raman Pratasevich In Belarus Matters

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A house under foreclosure in Las Vegas displays a sign on Oct. 15, 2010, saying that it's now bank-owned. Sen. Sherrod Brown has vowed increased scrutiny of Wall Street banks, in part after a surge in foreclosures in his hometown in Ohio over a decade ago. Mark Ralston/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Why Democrats Are Angry At Wall Street

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Bretto Jackson runs a program called Leaders Become Legends in Portland, Ore. He and a partner mentor people involved in gun violence and help them get jobs in green energy. Jay Fram/Jay Fram hide caption

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Startup Helps Those Affected By Gangs And Gun Violence Find A Way Out

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Carnival Cruise Line ships docked at the Port of Tampa in Tampa, Fla., in March 2020 following the CDC coronavirus No Sail Order. A Celebrity Cruises ship has received CDC permission to operate the first cruise from a U.S. port since the No Sail Order. Chris O'Meara/AP hide caption

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President Jimmy Carter signs emergency natural gas legislation in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, D.C., on Feb. 2, 1977. An oil crisis contributed to a period of double-digit inflation in the 1970s. AP hide caption

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Think Inflation Is Bad Now? Let's Take A Step Back To The 1970s

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Unpacking President Biden's Big Budget

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A Southwest Airlines plane in November. A flight attendant for Southwest was allegedly struck by a passenger and lost two teeth in the latest in a rash of violent attacks on planes. Ted S. Warren/AP hide caption

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Toothpaste Tablets: Children Weigh In As Some The Toughest Critics Of Dental Products

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Hackers used the U.S. Agency for International Development's email marketing account to send messages that looked legitimate — but links in the email exposed recipients to malicious software, Microsoft says. Screen grab by Microsoft hide caption

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