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Marketplace® is the leading business news program in the nation. We bring you clear explorations of how economic news affects you, through stories, conversations, newsworthy numbers and more. The Marketplace All-in-One podcast provides each episode of the public radio broadcast programs Marketplace, Marketplace Morning Report®and Marketplace Tech® along with our podcasts Make Me Smart, Corner Office and The Uncertain Hour. Visit marketplace.org for more. From American Public Media. Twitter: @Marketplace

Today, a group of advisers to the Food and Drug Administration voted to reject a plan from the White House to approve vaccine boosters for most Americans. That was followed up by a vote to approve boosters for people who are at serious risk of coronavirus disease or over the age of 65. We'll talk about what makes the discussion around boosters so complicated. We'll also talk about the Pentagon's acknowledgment of a drone strike gone very wrong. Finally, we wrap up the show with a round of our favorite game, Half Full/Half Empty. Give now to support the show …

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Progressive Democrats are pushing President Joe Biden to appoint a Federal Reserve chair who will be more proactive about climate change than Jerome Powell. Before the Fed could act more rigorously, however, Congress would need to direct it to. Claudia Sahm, a former Federal Reserve economist, joins us to discuss. …
The Justice Department has moved to block the opioid settlement between OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma, saying the deal would unfairly protect the Sackler family, which owns Purdue, from future litigation. Italy becomes the first European nation to mandate proof of vaccination and other safeguards for public and private employees. We …
The third installment of the advance child tax credit hit the bank accounts of most American households with children this week, but a new national survey suggests that some low-income families may not be getting them. President Biden is set to hold a virtual meeting with world leaders to discuss …
From the BBC World Service: Despite U.S. sanctions, thousands of tons of Iranian fuel have been delivered to Lebanon. And Italy has become the first country in Europe to mandate that workers provide proof of coronavirus vaccination, recovery from the disease, or a recent negative test, in order to go …
Facebook knows a lot about how it affects its users, because it’s investigated possible negative impacts. For instance, internal research showed that one of its algorithms actually encourages angrier content. Or that Instagram, which it owns, makes body image issues worse for teen girls. And even though it knows all …
Today we get hallowed out from more revelations from The Wall Street Journal's ongoing reporting of what goes on behind the scenes at Facebook and the tradeoffs the tech giant makes in order to stay a tech giant. We also take a look at the Federal Reserve's review of its …
Competition for homebuyers is finally easing up a bit. There are more new listings, houses are staying on the market longer and there are fewer bidding wars. Though buyers may revel in a return to seasonal expectations for the housing market, real estate experts still think a return to "normal" …
A paper by economists at Harvard University, Princeton University and the University of Chicago indicates that one explanation for the low interest rates we've seen in the American economy for decades has been income inequality. Marketplace senior economics contributor Chris Farrell helps us analyze this possibility. Diane Swonk chats with …
Some people might be excited about heading back to the office, but there are plenty of others who aren't, and that's taking a toll on their mental health. We talk to a mental health professional about how returning to the office is affecting people and steps employers and workers can …
From the BBC World Service: A new defense pact between Australia, the U.S. and the U.K. threatens to put even more strain on the relationship between Australia and China. And Zimbabwe has emerged as a leader in the drive to roll coronavirus vaccines out across Africa. ![](http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/marketplaceallinone/~4/NLpcA7CBo_A)
There’s been a surge in the buy now, pay later space, which is exactly what it sounds like: Get something you maybe can’t quite afford and pay it off in installments. You might not even need to have your credit checked. By some counts, more than half of Americans have …
A lot of things are affected by inflation. How come minimum wage isn't one of them? On today's show, we get to the bottom of one listener's question about minimum wage, but we can't promise the answer is logical. Plus, we explain the big deal with TikTok and check out …
The Treasury Department decided not to mince words about the state of child care in the U.S. in a new report, calling it "unworkable" and in a state of market failure. As the Biden administration continues to push for investment in human infrastructure and the care economy, the report makes …
This month, Fannie Mae will allow potential homebuyers to include their rent payment history with their mortgage application. That could be especially helpful for people with little or no credit history. Susan Schmidt joins us to discuss the economy as well as whether or not Fed chair Jerome Powell will …
During this era of the pandemic workspace, people are actually finding out that they do their best work at home. Now there are questions if the traditional workspace even works in some situations. We hear from a Minnesota government employee on how she's handling the balance between office and home. …
Macau casino shares slide Sept. 15, 2021
From the BBC World Service: Shares in a range of Macau casino companies fell by up to a third as authorities announced a 45-day consultation period on future regulation of the sector. The President of the European Commission has warned of a "pandemic of the unvaccinated" unless efforts are stepped …
You’d look so good in these Ray-Bans, and you could capture the envious stares of people who can’t believe how good you'd look. Because these glasses are built through a partnership with Facebook. They allow you to take photos and share video via cameras in the frame. It’s the latest …
Ten years ago this week, a group of activists pitched tents in New York's Zuccotti Park. They said they were protesting against economic inequality and the gap between the people who hold the top 1% of wealth in this country and the rest of us. Soon, people in cities all …
The U.S. Census Bureau released poverty rates for 2020 today. While the official poverty rate went up slightly, the supplemental poverty rate — which experts say gives a more accurate picture — went down to its lowest in census measurement because of expanded pandemic relief for millions. But with many …