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The Great British Bicycle Bubble

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The S&P 500 has seen a nearly fivefold increase since the depths of the Great Recession. It has gone up nearly 30% this year alone. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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A Decade After A Fearful Market Hit Bottom, Stock Bulls Continue Historic Run

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Tracing Your Family's Roots May Soon Get A Lot More Expensive

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The Work Week, Episode 4: Is The Unemployment Rate Broken?

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The Work Week, Episode 3: Gender Segregation In The Workplace

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The Ultimate Procrastinator's Guide To Gifts

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The Work Week, Episode 2: What Happened To U.S. Workers?

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The Work Week, Episode 1: The Strike That Changed U.S. Labor

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Sadie Alexander, pictured here, was the first African American to receive a Ph.D. in economics in the U.S. Creative Commons/University of Pennsylvania hide caption

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How Economics Excludes Black Women

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A Guide To Holiday Scams

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The Efficient Christmas: Why Economists Hate Gifts

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Families affected by preexisting medical conditions attend a Capitol Hill news conference in 2018 in support of the Affordable Care Act. Prior to the ACA, insurers could refuse to cover people who had even mild preexisting conditions — or charge them much more. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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