On Friday, the UAW announced strikes at 38 more GM and Stellantis locations, specifically parts distribution centers. But citing progress in talks with Ford, that company's warehouses will stay open.
If the UAW strike leads to a win for the union, southern auto workers believe that will lead to a pay up at plants like Nissan and Mercedes.
Driving the UAW's tough stance in negotiations with the Big Three automakers is the sense that the union is owed a long-overdue redressal for all the concessions workers made in 2007.
Mortgage rates above 7% are weighing on the housing market. But some builders and buyers are finding workarounds. In some cases, that means choosing a little less space.
As the cost of college continues to rise, families have new questions about how to save up. For answers, we turned to Ron Lieber, author of The Price You Pay For College.
NPR's A Martinez talks to Democratic Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, who supports the UAW's strike as a fight for fair wages, but also against growing inequality and corporate greed.
NPR's Leila Fadel talks to David Wessel of the Hutchins Center at the Brookings Institution, about headwinds middle-class Americans face as UAW workers and others aim to narrow economic disparity.
The Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged Wednesday, despite stubborn inflation, although it left the door open to an additional rate hike in November or December.