We discuss what’s one of the fastest growing frauds out there and why thousands of people each day are getting tricked.
Americans are struggling to bear the extremely large price tag of early childhood care.
We look at how candy prices have significantly jumped over the last few years.
We cover just how the music sector has changed and why these artists don’t have the same protections as other creatives.
We discuss the effects of escalating debt and how listeners can start taking back control.
We speak with two active voices in the industry about what’s driving this strike and why these asks are so important to current and future professionals in this landscape.
We speak with two financial experts about how more Americans can have productive conversations about their spending and come up with a plan to save and invest more for the future.
If traveling out of state this summer is out of the question (or you just want to spend more time at home), we offer up some ways to rediscover your own town, city, or region and gain a new perspective.
This week, we cover the push to change education legislation so more school curriculums incorporate a standalone financial literacy class.
We speak with travel expert Bonnie Sinclair about the many benefits of road tripping across the U.S. via RV, including some of her top destinations.
As of 2022, the average American woman earned 82 cents for every dollar earned by a man. Experts discuss how to better advocate for more equal pay.
We speak with longtime economist and banker, James Rickards about the factors feeding into these rising costs and supply chain woes.
Public transportation took a big hit in ridership and profits during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, as more people are back and relying on these community systems once again, the future is unclear as many municipalities face record challenges.
Stanford University law professor and author Michelle Wilde Anderson joins us this week to explain why these areas have declined over time and how residents have suffered during this downturn.
We talk about why more young people aren’t given greater direction when it comes to choosing post-secondary schooling. Two higher education experts join us to talk through some of the challenges facing programs and how students can make a more informed and cost-effective choice.
Ethanol is a key additive in the gas that powers our cars and reduces greenhouse gas emissions. But with electric cars gaining popularity – how long will this massive ethanol market survive? How are producers making this process more environmentally friendly?
Between January 2021 and January 2022, prices across the board went up by 7.5%. What’s next? Economics professor Dr. Christian Vom Lehn joins us to breakdown what’s fueling these continued price hikes and how the invasion of Ukraine by Russia may make certain goods and services pricier.