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Slate Money on Uber, Amazon buying Whole Foods, and ICOs

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Jun 24, 2017

Gist: Do Radicals Change the World?

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Author Jeremy McCarter on the five people who changed the course of America in 1917.

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Jun 23, 2017

Closing Bell Report for Friday, June 23rd

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Tanya Bustos reports on closing stocks, what new research says about the fate of stock picking, and why your wireless bill may soon be lower.

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Jun 23, 2017

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Jun 23, 2017

90 Seconds: The Klondike Kickback

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Chris Berube with the rundown: The White House says you can't report on press briefings; Alaska gets a helpful clause in the healthcare bill; Gwyneth Paltrow is nonsense.

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Jun 23, 2017

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Jun 23, 2017
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Town & Country's Klara Glowczewska talks the newest trends in luxury travel this summer, as well as key tips to consider when traveling abroad.

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Jun 23, 2017
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On being typecast in Hollywood and finding empowerment through wrestling.

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Jun 22, 2017
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It helps to stay off Twitter.

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Jun 22, 2017
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Charlie Turner reports on closing stocks, Senate GOP leaders' healthcare bill, major banks' stress test results and no tapes from President Trump.

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Jun 22, 2017
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Emily Bazelon and John Dickerson are joined by Julia Ioffe, staff writer with the Atlantic, to discuss health care, special elections and the summer season of the Supreme Court.

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Jun 22, 2017
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Jamelle Bouie talks to Slate's Jordan Weissmann about the latest version of the healthcare bill and how, in many ways, it's worse than the bill proposed last month by the House.

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Jun 22, 2017
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Senate Republican leaders Thursday unveiled a health-care measure that would undo large parts of the Affordable Care Act. Wall Street Journal reporter Michelle Hackman says, among the many changes, the bill would phase out taxes for high-income earners.

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Jun 22, 2017
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Chris Berube with the rundown: President Trump is back on the campaign trail; More North Carolina chicanery; A very dumb heist, revealed.

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Jun 22, 2017
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Nike has agreed to sell some items directly to Amazon.com. Nike had held out making such a move, but the Wall Street Journal's Sara Germano says Nike has been ramping up its e-commerce efforts, as traditional retailers continue to lose business.

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Jun 22, 2017
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The Obama foreign policy adviser on evaluating Obama’s eight years in office and understanding Trump’s pettiness.

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Jun 22, 2017
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Tanya Bustos reports on Thursday's economic calendar, Nike's new e-commerce efforts, and Wal-Mart's message for vendors: Get off Amazon's cloud.

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Jun 21, 2017
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Virginia Heffernan talks to Marc Ross, a Republican operative who worked for the McCain/Palin campaign, about Senate backrooms and why he thinks Mitch McConnell is playing his cards right with the healthcare bill.

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Jun 21, 2017
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The playwright and actor on the struggle of making a creative statement in the face of political chaos.

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Jun 21, 2017
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Chris Berube with the rundown: Does Donald Trump have tapes of his conversations with James Comey?; We're getting another British, like next week maybe; The Girl Scouts introduce a very modern badge.

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Jun 21, 2017
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Tanya Bustos reports on oil entering a bear market, Republicans holding on to a hotly contested U.S. House seat in Georgia, and CEO Travis Kalanick quitting Uber.

6 min
Jun 21, 2017
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Republican Karen Handel beat Democrat Jon Ossoff in a special election to decide a hotly-contested U.S. House seat in Georgia. The Wall Street Journal's Reid Epstein talks about the most expensive race in House history.

11 min
Jun 21, 2017
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Spectrem's George Walper discusses how wealthy women define being rich and what financial and personal security ultimately mean to them.

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Jun 21, 2017
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Tanya Bustos reports on Wednesday's economic calendar, Amazon's new wardrobe service, and a new driver-friendly feature coming to Uber's app.

7 min
Jun 21, 2017
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The government's computer systems are old and outdated, and tech companies would love to jump in and overhaul them. But standing in the way, says the Wall Street Journal's John McKinnon, is government bureaucracy.

1 min
Jun 20, 2017
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Charlie Turner reports on closing stocks, FedEx earnings, Ford's "Focus" on China and happy times at TJX.

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Jun 20, 2017
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Dear Prudence: The “Dealbreaker” Edition

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Jun 20, 2017
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Heard on the Street's Spencer Jakab discusses how reports from OPEC, the IEA and the U.S. EIA on the oil market have sent prices to multi-month lows, and what a bleak oil outlook could mean for new opportunities.

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Jun 20, 2017
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Tanya Bustos reports on the Senate GOP leaders' timeline to vote to repeal parts of the Affordable Care Act, Ford importing Focus cars from China, and how T.J. Maxx became one of the country's fastest-growing retailers.

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Jun 20, 2017
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Before 9/11, the idea of constant government surveillance seemed extreme. Now we take it for granted.

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Jun 20, 2017
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Tanya Bustos reports on Tuesday's economy calendar, the highly anticipated June 20th special election between Jon Ossoff and Karen Handel, and Vice Media's investment from TPG.

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Jun 19, 2017
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Charlie Turner reports on closing stocks, the death of Otto Warmbier, talk of Amazon making a bid for GrubHub and a UPS holiday surcharge.

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Jun 19, 2017
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Stefan Fatsis and Josh Levin are joined by Kevin Draper to discuss the upcoming Mayweather-McGregor mega-fight. Ben Lindbergh also joins to discuss whether major-league baseballs are juiced. Finally, David Gessner talks about his memoir Ultimate Glory.

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Jun 19, 2017
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Jacob Weisberg talks to the writer Naomi Klein about how the "Trump brand" is the driving force behind the presidency.

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Jun 19, 2017
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Chris Berube with the rundown: Is Trump under investigation?; The ratings are not good for Megyn Kelly's Alex Jones interview; Sheriff Clarke, we hardly knew ya.

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Jun 19, 2017
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Tanya Bustos reports on Prime Minister Theresa May's response to the latest terrorist attack to hit London, the Supreme Court considering constitutional limits in drawing electoral districts, and the top executives from the tech industry coming to the White House.

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Jun 19, 2017
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Watching Your Wealth host Veronica Dagher talks with Brad Stewart, CEO of XOJet, about how we have evolved from strict ownership to a sharing economy - including yachts and jets.

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Jun 19, 2017
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MoneyBeat's Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer preview this week's economic schedule with Wall Street Journal reporter Sarah Chaney, including key reports on the home front.

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Jun 18, 2017
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Gwen Jimmere started Naturalicious to sell her home-devised hair care products.

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Jun 17, 2017
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Josh King guest hosts a weekend edition of Trumpcast.

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Jun 17, 2017
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Slate Money on rich scams, poor scams, and email scams

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Jun 17, 2017
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Slate Money on rich scams, poor scams, and email scams

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Jun 16, 2017
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The Welsh journalist on his new movie, the meat-is-murder fantasy adventure Okja.

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Jun 16, 2017
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Charlie Turner reports on closing stocks, Amazon buying Whole Foods and health insurers' push for steep premium hikes.

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Jun 16, 2017
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Jim Newell and Jordan Weissmann

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Jun 16, 2017
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Mary Wilson with today’s rundown: Catalonia campaigns for independence, New Jersey mulls a ban on releasing balloons, and for stress-free exercise, don’t hike with Mike Cernovich.

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Jun 16, 2017
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MoneyBeat's Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer discuss Amazon.com's deal to buy Whole Foods with the Wall Street Journal's Ben Eisen and Dave Benoit.

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Jun 16, 2017
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The European Union's antitrust watchdog is getting set to hit Google with a hefty fine. From Brussels, Wall Street Journal reporter Natalia Drozdiak says Google faces charges it manipulates search results.

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Jun 16, 2017
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John Wordock reports on Amazon buying Whole Foods, legal trouble for Google's parent in Europe, and a drop in housing starts.

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Jun 16, 2017
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Jamelle Bouie talks to Carolyn Fiddler, Political Editor at Daily Kos, about the Virginia gubernatorial race and why things on the Republican side were too close for comfort (to say the least).

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Jun 16, 2017
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John Wordock reports on housing and consumer updates, Facebook turning to artificial intelligence, and rising liquor sales.

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Jun 16, 2017
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Teaching your family history to your children ties in closely to wealth, says Michael Cole of Ascent Private Capital Management. He tells Watching Your Wealth's Veronica Dagher that family history is where our values come from.

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Jun 16, 2017
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Wall Street Journal travel columnist Scott McCartney checks off the carriers offering the best and worst experiences in coach these days.

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Jun 15, 2017
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David Plotz, John Dickerson and Slate's Jamelle Bouie discuss the Virginia shooting, Senate health bill, Russia investigation, and Virginia gubernatorial primaries.

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Jun 15, 2017
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Charlie Turner reports on closing stocks, a bill to expand sanctions on Russia, falling sales at Kroger and Facebook's increasing reliance on artificial intelligence.

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Jun 15, 2017
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Rebecca Lavoie and Carvell Wallace are joined by actual teenager and Carvell's son, Ezra Wallace. They discuss what life is like for a biracial teen, plus triumphs and fails, recommendations and an Ezra lightning round.

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Jun 15, 2017
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Mary Wilson with today’s rundown: Vladimir Putin says he’s ready to be friends with the U.S. The NSA says last month’s big cyberattack came from North Korea. Reading the FBI file on D&D creator Gary Gygax.

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Jun 15, 2017
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Charlie Turner reports on Nike layoffs, a slowdown in industrial output, a healthy level of jobless claims and the rural US's struggles with slow Internet connectivity.

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Jun 15, 2017
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The Arizona Congressman on the coming battle for the soul of the Democratic Party.

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Jun 15, 2017
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Hanna Rosin, June Thomas, and Noreen Malone discuss Comey, Wonder Woman, and Theresa May.

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Jun 15, 2017
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John Wordock reports on Google's parent fighting high housing prices, an update on home building, and why your last pay raise may be as good as it gets.

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Jun 15, 2017
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The Fed hiked interest rates as expected Wednesday, and David Smith of Rockland Trust believes policy makers will move methodically toward a Fed funds rate of 2 percent. That way, the central bank will have a cushion if the economy weakens.

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Jun 14, 2017
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Virginia Heffernan talks to Matthew Miller, formerly of the Department of Justice, about the Jeff Sessions hearing and just what Bob Mueller could be up to behind the scenes.

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Jun 14, 2017
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Bill Schutt on his comprehensive new book, Cannibalism: A Perfectly Natural History

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Jun 14, 2017
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Charlie Turner reports on closing stocks, the Fed's interest rate hike and the Trump administration scrapping Obama-era rules on for-profit colleges.

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Jun 14, 2017
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This episode of Whistlestop revisits Sunday September 8, 1974 when President Ford announced his pardon of Richard Nixon.

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Jun 14, 2017
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The Federal Reserve raised interest rates and outlined its plans to shrink its $4.5 trillion balance sheet. BMO portfolio manager Scott Kimball joins Stephen Grocer and Paul Vigna to look at what the central bank did on Wednesday, and what it plans to do in the future.

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Jun 14, 2017
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Mary Wilson with today’s rundown: The investigation of the Flint water crisis has ensnared Michigan’s health chief, and more of The Trump Organization’s property sales have been going to secret buyers.

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Jun 14, 2017
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Instead of making the decision himself, President Trump has given the military wide latitude on U.S. troop levels for the war in Afghanistan. Wall Street Journal reporter Dion Nissenbaum says it would follow years of troop drawdowns in the region.

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Jun 14, 2017
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Charlie Turner reports on the Fed meeting, signs of a slowing economy and Rep. Steve Scalise's wounding by a gunman.

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Jun 14, 2017
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The panel discusses the documentary Mommy Dead and Dearest with journalist Michelle Dean, the Julius Caesar controversy at Shakespeare in the Park, and the podcast Hi-Phi Nation.

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Jun 14, 2017
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Veronica Dagher, host of Watching Your Wealth, talks with Laura Doyle of Chubb about opening your own private art museum.

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Jun 13, 2017
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Recap of ABC’s “historic” move to help Rachel Lindsay find love on "The Bachelorette."

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Jun 13, 2017
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Why does awkwardness make us so uncomfortable?

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Jun 13, 2017
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Charlie Turner reports on closing stocks, Jeff Sessions on private meetings with Russians, H&R Block earnings and Neiman Marcus' decision not to sell.

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Jun 13, 2017
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Charlie Turner reports on Sessions' testimony, Uber CEO's leave of absence and Saudi Arabia cutting its U.S. oil exports.

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Jun 13, 2017
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The Federal Reserve meets Tuesday and Wednesday to debate interest rate policy. A rate increase is expected. But Wall Street Journal reporter Harriet Torry says economists appear divided on what happens next.

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Jun 13, 2017
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John Wordock reports on Attorney General Sessions appearing on Capitol Hill, an update on inflation, and the Fed kicking off a two-day meeting.

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Jun 12, 2017
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Comedian Bassem Youssef satirized two Egyptian presidents. They were not amused.

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Jun 12, 2017
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Charlie Turner reports on closing stocks, a news subscription service from Facebook and an international airport ranking.

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Jun 12, 2017
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Stefan Fatsis and Josh Levin are joined by Kevin Arnovitz to discuss the NBA Finals. George Dohrmann also joins to talk about U.S. soccer phenom Christian Pulisic. Plus, an interview with Ice Cube about the documentary Celtics/Lakers: Best of Enemies.

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Jun 12, 2017
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With more people shopping online, the Wall Street Journal's Esther Fung says shopping center landlords are rethinking how they use their space. And the mall they envision contains fewer and fewer department stores.

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Jun 12, 2017
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Jacob Weisberg talks to Sharon Begley of STAT News about Donald Trump's cognitive decline and whether it's just a matter of age or something else.

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Jun 12, 2017
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The MoneyBeat crew talks with the Wall Street Journal's Alex Osipovich about IEX, the company at the center of Michael Lewis' book "Flash Boys." Then, WSJ's Miriam Gottfried and Akane Otani on what's next for tech stocks now that the bull run has stalled.

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Jun 12, 2017
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Mary Wilson with today’s rundown: Peter Thiel’s software company Palantir has the ear of the defense secretary, and Comey Week overtook Infrastructure Week, and why that’s good for Republicans.

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Jun 12, 2017
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Denim makers are emphasizing stretch, comfort and styles that fit more like leggings in a bid to win back the athleisure customer. The Wall Street Journal's Anne Steele joins us in the studio with the details.

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Jun 12, 2017
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John Wordock reports on a major executive change at GE, another retailer filing for bankruptcy, and major U.S. expansion by a German grocer.

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Jun 12, 2017
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John Wordock reports on a Federal Reserve meeting this week, what to watch on the calendar, and real estate news involving rocker Jon Bon Jovi.

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Jun 12, 2017
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Jonathan Mordoch, co-author of "The Financial Diaries: How American Families Cope in a World of Uncertainty," discusses what wealthy families can learn from families of lesser means.

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Jun 12, 2017
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Colleges and universities nationwide are battling faulty plumbing, leaky roofs and aging electrical systems. The Wall Street Journal's Melissa Korn says the bill for maintenance has topped 40 billion dollars by some estimates.

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Jun 12, 2017
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The Federal Reserve is widely-expected to raise interest rates this week. So what about the rest of the year? Chuck Carlson, CEO of Horizon Investment Services, previews this meeting and sees even more rate hikes this year.

18 min
Jun 12, 2017
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The Wall Street Journal's Kate Davidson previews the week's economic calendar, looking at the Fed meeting, retail sales, and the Trump administration's budget proposal.

6 min
Jun 11, 2017
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It's an action-packed week between the Fed interest rate meeting and fresh data coming out. The Wall Street Journal's Kate Davidson joins us from Washington with what to watch with the economy.

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Jun 10, 2017
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What counts as “obstruction of justice?” And, should judges pay any attention to Trump’s Twitter feed?

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Jun 10, 2017
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Slate Money on the UK election, the Spanish banking crisis, and Qatar

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Jun 10, 2017
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Slate Money on the UK election, the Spanish banking crisis, and Qatar

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Jun 9, 2017
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The comedian talks about his new podcast and why satire can’t change minds.