NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Marvin Companies CEO Paul Marvin about opening a new manufacturing plant amid what economists are calling a "soft landing."
In 1994, a crew of sailors pulled off a daring rescue in the middle of a tropical storm. To their surprise, their efforts would be rewarded thanks to an ancient law of the sea.
U.S. employers added 353,000 jobs in January — far more than forecasters expected. The sizzling job market is good for workers but could cause the Federal Reserve to postpone a cut in interest rates.
Senators are introducing a new bill to help thousands of veterans who, through no fault of their own, were left facing foreclosure when a VA COVID-assistance program ended abruptly.
After an eight-year pause, the troubled water system in Jackson, Miss., will resume cutoffs for unpaid bills. But some say billing issues, which prompted the moratorium, persist.
The new tax bill passed expands the Child Tax Credit but doesn't include monthly payments. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks about the changes with Kris Cox of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.
The Federal Reserve held interest rates steady on Wednesday, but indicated that rates could fall in the coming months if inflation continues to cool.
A Winston-Salem co-op intended to address food shortages in an area south of downtown is closing.
The department needs extra time to fix a mistake that could have hurt lower-income borrowers, but the delay means all students will have to wait longer for their college aid offers.
A Federal Reserve meeting ending today could offer clues about potential interest rate cuts in the future. The Groundlings improv and sketch group celebrates 50 years as an incubator for comedy stars.