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Yellen Resigns From Fed Board After Being Passed Over To Keep Top Post
Janet Yellen says she'll step down from the Federal Reserve Board when her successor as chair is sworn in. Earlier this month, President Trump named Jerome Powell to be the next Fed chairman.
Living On $100,000 A Year: Student Debt
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro hears from more listeners responding to last week's Call-In about living on an annual salary of $100,000.
As Native Americans Face Job Discrimination, A Tribe Works To Employ Its Own
About a third of Native Americans say they have experienced discrimination in the workplace when seeking jobs, or when getting promotions or earning equal pay, according to a new poll by NPR
House Approves GOP Tax Overhaul, With Senate Outlook Uncertain
The GOP measure would sharply reduce corporate tax rates and double the standard deduction many individuals take. Senate Republicans have their own bill, which could pass a committee vote on Friday.
Richard Cordray Stepping Down As Head Of U.S. Consumer Protection Agency
The embattled director of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says he will resign by the end of November. Cordray was a frequent target of Republican lawmakers for his tough stance on banks
House GOP Tax Plan Would Hit Grad Students With Massive Tax Hike
The plan would raise taxes on graduate students, who make very little money to begin with. Analysts say the provision could discourage students from seeking advanced degrees, hurting economic growth.
Words You'll Hear: Cuts To College Student Tax Credits
NPR's Michel Martin and
reporter Danielle Douglas-Gabriel talk about a piece of the House tax plan that you may not hear about: cuts to tax credits and deductions for college students.
The Call-In: What $100,000 A Year Can And Can't Buy
We asked for your stories about living on $100,000 a year. Next week: Do you suffer from PTSD? Have you recovered or not? Call 202-216-9217 and leave us a message about your experience.
House GOP Tax Plan Is Little Help To High-Tax States Like New Jersey
Being able to deduct local income and property taxes, evens things out — but the House Republican plan in the works eliminates most of those reductions, meaning no tax savings.
A Math 'Gimmick'? GOP Proposes Creating New Tax Policies, Then Letting Them Expire
Republicans set up some of their most-touted tax overhaul ideas to expire in five years, but it's possible they have no intention of letting those proposals die.
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