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Why Is Trump Threatening Mexico (Again)?

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The Super-Villain Economist

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An Economist Goes To The Hospital

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At least 43 million Americans have overdue medical bills on their credit reports, according to a 2014 report on medical debt by the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Hero Images/Getty Images/Hero Images hide caption

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Is Time Really On Your Side?

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MacKenzie Bezos, one of the wealthiest women in the world, says she'll give at least half her fortune to charity. She's seen here in April 2018 with her now-former husband, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. Jörg Carstensen/picture alliance via Getty Image hide caption

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What Trump's Latest Aid Package Means For Farmers

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Canada's Tariff Hangover

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Prime Minister of Norway Erna Solberg stands during a press conference with European Commission President on December 3, 2013 after a working session at the EU Headquarters in Brussels. GEORGES GOBET/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Nordic Paradox

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Leitha Dollarhyde, a retired caregiver who lives in a rural town near Whitesburg, Ky., says she could not afford an unexpected $1,000 expense. Sydney Boles for NPR hide caption

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Poll: Many Rural Americans Struggle With Financial Insecurity, Access To Health Care

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Gaby Gemetti decided to leave the workforce after having her second child. In March she started a "returnship," a new type of program to recruit and retrain women like her who are looking to resume their careers. Here, Gaby and John Gemetti are seen with their children, Carlo and Gianna. Courtesy of Shannon Wight Photography hide caption

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Hot Job Market Is Wooing Women Into Workforce Faster Than Men

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