The Biden administration's climate and health care bill revamps the available tax credits for buyers of electric cars. Here's what to know about how they work.
Country stores are a hallmark of rural life. Many have survived for more than 100 years by learning to adapt. Today, they face a new challenge: inflation.
With inflation running high, more people are driving for Uber and Lyft. Uber's CEO said that lots of new drivers signing on, but over 70% of them say that cost of living is the main reason.
NPR's Ayesha Rascoe speaks with Tomicia Gray, a single mother in Charlotte, N.C., about the onerous cost of school supplies.
From Walmart to the neighborhood supermarket, retailers across the country are having to adjust as Americans watch their pennies in the face of high inflation.
There's growing fear that the rift between the U.S. and China could cause economic instability in the wider Indo-Pacific region.
Scott Simon talks with ProPublica's Justin Elliott about a provision in the Inflation Reduction Act requiring the IRS to study free tax filing options for taxpayers.
Not all economic recessions and recoveries are created equal. Japan's "L-shaped" recovery — which really isn't much of a recovery at all — in the 1990s offers a cautionary tale.
Voters in a key swing county in Florida are grappling with some of the highest inflation rates in the country. But it's not necessarily the deciding factor for some voters.