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Report: Americans To Pay More To Heat Their Homes This Winter

In August, more than 20 million families were behind on their utility bills, mainly due to soaring energy costs.


0:33Boeing employees work on the 737 Max on the final assembly line at Boeing's Renton plant
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Boeing Pays $200 Million To Settle SEC Charges Over 737 Max

3:06people come and go from Goldman Sachs headquarters in New York.
Mark Lennihan / AP

The Evolution Of Dress Codes In The Workplace

2:34Job seekers line up outside an employment security office.
Mary Schwalm / AP

More Americans Filed Unemployment Claims Last Week

2:45Townhomes under construction are shown in Mars, Pennsylvania
Gene J. Puskar / AP

Interest Rates Are Expected To Increase Again

Armando Solis / AP

This Is Why Guacamole Costs Extra

0:38Similac Alimentum Hypoallergenic Infant Formula.
Ted Shaffrey / AP

FDA Concedes Delays In Response To Baby Formula Shortage

American Express, Visa and Mastercard cards on display
Steve Helber / AP

Republican A.G. Push Visa, Mastercard, AmEx Not To Track Gun Sales

Pedestrians pass the New York Stock Exchange.
John Minchillo / AP

U.S. Stocks Fall Broadly Ahead Of Key Fed Decision On Rates

3:06characters from the movie "Monsters Inc."
Paul Sakuma / AP

Why Are So Few Women In Animation?

2:54Tractor on a corn farm

Carbon Farming Is A New Way For Farmers To Make Extra Money

8:00Chick-fil-A location in Philadelphia
Matt Rourke / AP

A New California Law Could Raise Minimum Wages

4:24Air traffic control tower
Jenny Kane / AP

Why Do Air Traffic Controllers Retire At 56?

Sign in front of the New York Stock Exchange.
Yuki Iwamura / AP

U.S. Markets Sink Ahead Of Another Expected Interest Rate Hike

3:38Shopper checks their grocery list.

Americans Face Tough Decisions As Food Prices Continue To Soar

3:31Trucks line up to enter a Port of Oakland shipping terminal on Nov. 10, 2021, in Oakland
Noah Berger / AP

Why Is The Trucking Industry Changing?

Morning sunlight is reflected off buildings in the financial district of lower Manhattan in New York City, New York
Wong Maye-E / AP

U.S. Moved Online, Worked From Home More Often As Pandemic Raged

2:41President Joe Biden drives a Cadillac Lyriq through the show room during a tour at the Detroit Auto Show
Evan Vucci / AP

Detroit Auto Show Returns After 3 Years, Focus On Electric Vehicles

3:11An Amtrak passenger train departing Chicago.
Charles Rex Arbogast / AP

Biden: Rail Strike Averted Is 'Big Win For America'

1:43Used cars on a car lot
Marta Lavandier / AP

Car Buyers Left With Few Options As Difficult Auto Market Persists

A help-wanted sign in the window of a business.
Robert F. Bukaty / AP

Fewer Americans Filed Unemployment Claims Again Last Week

Laptops sit on display in a Costco warehouse.
David Zalubowski / AP

Retail Sales Up 0.3% In August From July Amid Inflation

3:38People line up in front of the Anaheim Convention Center during the 2019 D23 Expo.
Richard Shotwell / AP

D23 Expo 2022: Disney Shares Its Future By Looking Back At Its Past

0:35President Joe Biden talks with Mary Barra, CEO of General Motors
Evan Vucci / AP

President Biden Touts Electric Vehicles At Detroit Auto Show

1:33The New York Stock Exchange floor.
Richard Drew / AP

Stocks Edge Higher On Wall Street After Painful Sell-Off

4:04A railroad train is shown.

Possible Railroad Worker Strike Could Upend U.S. Supply Chain

3:37Hiring sign is displayed outside of a retail store in Vernon Hills
Nam Y. Huh / AP

Why Are We Scared Of A Recession?

2:06Shopper in a grocery store.
David Zalubowski / AP

U.S. Inflation Falls For 2nd Straight Month But Remains High At 8.3%

7:33Credit cards are shown.

'Buy Now, Pay Later' Services Can Actually Lead To More Debt

3:08A gun store employee shows a gun to a customer.
Jae C. Hong / AP

Major Credit Card Companies Will Soon Categorize Gun Store Purchases

4:46U.S. currency
Mark Lennihan / AP

What Matters: Robert Reich On Recession Risks