NPR has been tracking prices at a Walmart in Georgia for four years. The latest shopping trip tells us a lot about what's been happening in world trade and the U.S. economy.
NPR's A Martinez talks to Bill Hoagland of the Bipartisan Policy Center about how President Biden has handled the economy, and what to expect in 2023.
"Population decline" is a mild way to describe what could be a global demographic crisis, according to experts. But while migration may be the obvious solution, politics could get in the way.
China is slowly opening its borders and has lifted COVID controls. But a full-blown economic recovery may take some time.
Inside our shopping cart is a story of global trade, extreme weather, shrinking packages and rising prices.
Eggs have roughly tripled in price in the last few years. Now a raft of competitors are hoping to lure Americans away from their beloved breakfast food.
The U.S. economy grew at an annual rate of 2.9% in the final three months of last year — a surprisingly strong finish. But growth is expected to slow in 2023, and possibly even reverse.