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Debt And The Dairy Farmer

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The Disappearing Small Farmer

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Mike Calhoun talks about how student loans are forcing younger Americans to delay homeownership at a housing conference in September. Bridgett Turner/Courtesy of the Center for Responsible Lending hide caption

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Student Loans A Lot Like The Subprime Mortgage Debacle, Watchdog Says

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Job(-switch) Friday!

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Nike Swooshes Out Of Amazon

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Drew Lehman of Lansdale, Pa., became unable to work after a traumatic car accident. He's one of hundreds of thousands of borrowers who qualify to have their student loans erased because of significant, permanent disabilities. Natalie Piserchio for NPR hide caption

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The Case For Hope In 2020

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Student Loan Borrowers With Disabilities Aren't Getting Help They Were Promised

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The Map That Made Manhattan

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Hudson's Kill

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The Sahm Rule With The Eponymous Economist

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Niche Products In Our Grocery Stores

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The $100 Million Apple

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Brokerage giant Charles Schwab said Monday it will acquire competitor TD Ameritrade in an all-stock transaction valued at $26 billion. A Schwab office in Oakland, Calif., is seen here. Paul Sakuma/AP hide caption

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Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., are proposing to forgive student debt for most Americans. They greet each other at a Democratic primary debate in July. Paul Sancya/AP hide caption

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Forgiving Student Debt Would Boost Economy, Economists Say

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Saudi Arabia's IPO Fail?

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Ready Your Wallet For Thanksgiving Dinner

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Enrollment help was plentiful for insurance sign-ups in the early years of the Affordable Care Act, such as at this clinic in Bear, Del., in 2014. Though the Trump administration has since slashed the outreach budget, about 930,000 people have signed up for ACA health plans so far this year. Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Mustafa Nuur, 27, stands outside of his family's food stand in Lancaster City, Pa. Cardiff Garcia /NPR hide caption

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Lancaster Spotlight, Part 2: A Refugee's Tale

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Grocery Store Wars

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A demonstrator celebrated outside the U.S. Supreme Court in 2015 after the court voted to uphold key tax subsidies that are part of the Affordable Care Act. But federal taxes and other measures designed to pay for the health care the ACA provides have not fared as well. Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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