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Thursday, April 14, 2022
Throughout the pandemic, music venues have had to close across the country. Many owners believed their business insurance would help. But, it turns out, their policies weren't designed for COVID-19.
Sunday, January 16, 2022
In the Bronx, mourners gathered at the Islamic Cultural Center to mourn people who died in an apartment building fire a week ago.
Saturday, October 30, 2021
As lawmakers continue to wrangle over President Biden's spending plan, we asked New Yorkers on Wall Street for their take.
Friday, October 22, 2021
Traditionally, brands rarely mention their competitors, and if they do it's likely to attack them. But one study shows how brands praising their competitors might actually help boost their sales.
Friday, October 15, 2021
Showdowns over the debt ceiling are basically an American tradition. But it wasn't always this way. The debt limit was originally supposed to make it easier for the government to spend money.
Sunday, October 10, 2021
Daniel Craig's tenure as James Bond is coming to an end with the release of No Time To Die. But with Amazon acquiring MGM, where does the 007 franchise go from here?
Friday, September 17, 2021
In Germany, car companies are showing off their latest electric vehicles. But in areas of Europe, some cars won't be allowed on the street soon. So some car companies are putting e-bikes on display.
Friday, September 10, 2021
Many rely on the Klamath River Basin on the California border, especially with the historic draught in the West. Things got heated this summer between the area's tribes and ranchers.
Saturday, September 04, 2021
Some residents of the northeast United States are assessing the damage from the remnants of Hurricane Ida, while officials look ahead to the region's readiness for powerful storms in the future.
Friday, August 20, 2021
The plant-based meat industry is growing rapidly, and companies that have traditionally focused on fattening cows with grass, corn, soy and other crops are now trying to take beef out of the equation.
Thursday, July 08, 2021
Charity care laws mandate nonprofit hospitals forgive debts or significantly reduce bills for people on a limited income. Earlier this year, a TikTok video on hospital bill cancellation went viral.
Friday, July 02, 2021
When millions of women entered the workforce during World War II, what happened to the children? The government stepped in and created the first federal child care program. What happened to it?
Friday, June 18, 2021
Many people will watch movies on a big screen this summer, but the pandemic fundamentally changed the industry. How can movie theaters survive and possibly thrive post-pandemic?
Friday, June 11, 2021
Zoom is the most popular video conferencing software and many people's communications lifeline during COVID-19. How did the tiny company beat tech giants like Google, Microsoft and Cisco?
Friday, May 28, 2021
It might be the best product in the world, but that doesn't mean people will try it. What does it take to get consumers to try something new — like toothpaste tablets?
Thursday, April 22, 2021
The pandemic led to a travel decline, and airlines put thousands of planes in storage. With vaccinations rising and interest in flying surging, getting those planes out of storage is difficult.
Friday, April 16, 2021
Science labs across the country are running low on crucial equipment. Our Planet Money team investigated what is behind the supply shortage.
Sunday, April 11, 2021
Lee Horton reflects on life outside prison walls after a quarter century behind bars. He was sentenced to life without parole but the sentence was commuted and he was released earlier this year.
Sunday, March 28, 2021
A New Jersey library program assists ex-prisoners with everything from making a FaceTime call to compiling job resources. It also helps them rebuild relationships when they come home.
Sunday, March 14, 2021
Larry Schwartz, a longtime aide to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, called local officials in New York to gauge their loyalty to the governor. Some local officials viewed it as a threat to cut off vaccine.