Every weekday on Marketplace, Kai Ryssdal hosts a lively and unexpected exploration of the day’s business and economic news from Wall Street to your wallet.
Defining Bernie Sander's socialism; preparing the Los Angeles homeless population for El Niño; and the impact of the Broadway musical about the father of finance, "Hamilton."
Thousands of homeless people in Los Angeles County are camping out instead of going to shelter. Hundreds are camping in river channels.
On Thursday, Senator Sanders plans a major speech on his economic philosophy.
Many Europeans want tighter restrictions on their borders, but that may stifle business; the declining rate of students graduating college within six years; and Hallmark's attempt to redefine their holiday marketing.
Looking into where ISIS gets its money; U.S. governors say they're refusing to take in Syrian refugees; and the Marriott/Starwood hotel mega-merger.
The show about the U.S. financial system's architect is a hit off Broadway, too.