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Unemployment Insurance And Vaccines: Who's Left Behind?

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Hofstra University student Divya Singh found herself beset by a double whammy of bills from two of the costliest kinds of institutions in America — colleges and hospitals. After experiencing anxiety when her family had trouble coming up with the money for her tuition, she sought counseling and ended up with a weeklong stay in a psychiatric hospital — and a resulting $3,413 bill. Jackie Molloy for KHN hide caption

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College Tuition Sparked A Mental Health Crisis. Then The Hefty Hospital Bill Arrived

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2021: The Year Of The Recovery?

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The $1,000 Power Bill

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How to ask for a raise: Know your value (and bring the evidence)

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Seeking Refuge On The Open Road

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Alabama: The Newest Union Battleground

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Power lines near Houston on Feb. 16. Some Texas residents are facing enormous power bills after wholesale prices for electricity skyrocketed amid last week's massive grid failure. David J. Phillip/AP hide caption

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Ordinary items such as bicycles or hair extensions are gaining symbolic significance as we use them to project to a time when we can finally use them with others or show them off. Kaz Fantone for NPR hide caption

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A Bicycle. A Trip. Or Just Pants: The Things We Buy When Pining For Normal Times

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Cold Fronts, Propane and New Jobs - Indicators of the Week

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Behind The Pandemic Purchases We Won't Use Until Later

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Bitcoin - The Religion

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Debate Over Student Loan Forgiveness Hinges On 2 Numbers: $10,000 Vs. $50,000

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