Ford Replaces CEO Mark Fields After Stock Prices Dwindle

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Food Shortages At The Heart Of Venezuelan Economic And Political Crisis

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Protesters with People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), including a costumed tiger, gathered at City Hall in Los Angeles last year to call on the city to prohibit circuses from using tigers, lions, and other wild animals in their acts. Circuses have been a target of PETA since it was founded in 1980. Richard Vogel/AP hide caption

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Ringling Bros. Curtain Call Is Latest Victory For Animal Welfare Activists

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Students At Puerto Rico's Largest University Continue Strike Amid Shutdown

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Catalina Rodriguez-Lima runs a city office whose mission is to attract new immigrants to Baltimore, a strategy for reversing decades of population decline. Adrian Florido hide caption

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Episode 772: Small Change

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Amid Low Inventory, U.S. Homes Sell At Fastest Pace In A Decade

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Amid Panic Over Worthless Cash, Some In India See Opportunity

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The Chrysler Building is reflected in the side of the Grand Hyatt Hotel in midtown Manhattan. The hotel on East 42nd Street was Donald Trump's first major development project. Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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As Trump Built His Real Estate Empire, Tax Breaks Played A Pivotal Role

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Evaluating India's Radical Experiment In Eliminating High-Value Currency

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Puerto Rico Begins Hearings To Restructure Billions Of Dollars In Debt

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Dow Jones Drops By 300 Points As Trump Remains Embroiled In Controversy

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During the cruise ship season, tourists flood the streets of Ketchikan. The borough of Ketchikan is home to about 13,000 people. In just one day, Ketchikan may see 13,000 cruise ship visitors. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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Leaving Timber Behind, An Alaska Town Turns To Tourism

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A mural displays notable historical figures and a fading Puerto Rican flag on a dilapidated building in San Juan earlier this month. Between its public-sector debt and money owed pension funds, the U.S. territory is grappling with more than $120 billion in debt. Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Hearings Begin On Puerto Rico Debt Crisis

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