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All Things Considered for June 30, 2019

The floor of the New York Stock Exchange. An economic indicator known as the "yield curve inversion" hit the three-month mark, an occurrence that has preceded the past seven U.S. recessions. Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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What Just Happened Also Occurred Before The Last 7 U.S. Recessions. Reason To Worry?

What Just Happened Also Occurred Before The Last 7 U.S. Recessions. Reason To Worry?

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Dave Clark, creator of Time, found and released the original recording of Mercury's performance of "Time Waits for No One" after decades of searching for it. Fox Photos/Getty Images hide caption

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'It Was Magic': Unearthed Video Shows Freddie Mercury In Rare Form

'It Was Magic': Unearthed Video Shows Freddie Mercury In Rare Form

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All Things Considered for June 29, 2019

A Jaguar I-Pace, the first electric vehicle from the premium carmaker, charges during an event in Barcelona, Spain, in May. SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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Tesla Led The Charge, But More Premium Electric Vehicles Are Arriving

Tesla Led The Charge, But More Premium Electric Vehicles Are Arriving

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An employee at a Methodist University Hospital is being sued by her employer for unpaid medical bills incurred before they hired her. Andrea Morales for MLK50 hide caption

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A Tennessee Hospital Sues Its Own Employees When They Can't Pay Their Medical Bills

A Tennessee Hospital Sues Its Own Employees When They Can't Pay Their Medical Bills

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