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How the U.S. became a global corn superpower

The United States has just about 90 million planted acres of corn, and there’s a reason people refer to the…

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How Atlanta’s growing economy burned low-income renters and homebuyers

Metro Atlanta is on a hot streak. More than 6 million people now live in the region, according to recent…

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Why U.S. rail travel is so expensive

Amtrak’s Acela is the fastest passenger train in the Western Hemisphere, but tickets can be pricey. Amtrak fares can vary…

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Here are the three big issues facing Ukraine as winter approaches

Winter is on the way, and in war-torn Ukraine the fight against Russia appears far from over. Moscow continues to…

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Why hearing aids are so expensive

An estimated 48 million Americans have some form of hearing difficulty, according to the Hearing Loss Association of America. But…

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More than 100,000 Americans are waiting for an organ transplant

There are more than 100,000 people in the United States waiting for an organ transplant, according to the United Network…

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Here’s what the Wells Fargo cross-selling scandal means for the bank’s growth

Wells Fargo is one of the oldest and most powerful banks in the United States. Its reputation today is in…

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The U.S. defense industry faces surging demand and a supply chain crunch

The war in Ukraine and rising tensions over Taiwan have caused demand for high-tech, American-made weapons to surge. And with…

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How Gautam Adani became the world’s fourth richest person while billionaires like Jeff Bezos lost tens of billions

Gautam Adani has had a very good year. The Indian billionaire briefly surpassed Amazon founder Jeff Bezos to become the…

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Layoffs loom on the horizon, some economists say

From rising inflation to a red-hot job market and the negative gross domestic product in between, economists are divided on…

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