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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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Tariff-Driven Bicycle Markup Will Fall On U.S. Consumers

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What New Tariffs Mean For One Store Owner

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Libsack says she's now feeling "hopeful" because her government finally listened. "For me, as a teacher, it's awesome," she says, "because then I can convey that to the students and say, 'Hey, you do have a voice. You are citizens. You do have a role in our government.' " Beth Nakamura for NPR hide caption

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Teachers Begin To See Unfair Student Loans Disappear

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Clarisa Corber at work at a Topeka, Kan., insurance agency. Corber and her husband — who have three kids, a health plan and $15,000 in medical debt — were profiled in a recent Los Angeles Times investigation into the effects of high-deductible health plans. Nick Krug/Los Angeles Times hide caption

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Employees Start To Feel The Squeeze Of High-Deductible Health Plans

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Ed Coambs borrowed several thousand dollars on his business credit card — the only account he didn't share with his wife, Ann — without telling her. Courtesy of Ed Coambs hide caption

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Keeping Money Secrets From Each Other: Financial Infidelity On The Rise

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2020 Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren speaks to local residents in Queens, N.Y. Warren wants the federal government to forgive hundreds of billions of dollars in existing student loan debt. Frank Franklin II/AP hide caption

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