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Online courses, new day camps, and tapping stimulus funds are ways to minimize 'learning loss.'
But unsold homes remain a big challenge for the US economy.
Family finances get healthier as people save more and spend less. But will that help the recovery?
Minneapolis posts record 6.1 percent monthly decline, according to the S&P/Case-Shiller index.
Once again Elmore Leonard revs the plot, dials up the banter, and produces a novel you’ve got to stay up all night to finish.
Economic activity in the US plunged 6.1 percent in the first quarter of this year, but free-fall in consumer spending stopped.
Concern about its loan losses – and those of other banks – helped to push the Dow down 3.56 percent on Monday.
As Americans file their taxes Wednesday, many are getting a financial boost from recent tax changes that give consumers money to pay debts and buy cars.
Spending in March slowed 1.1 percent, dashing hopes that a more confident US public would loosen household purse strings.