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Who is to blame for inflation? Some say greedy corporations are the culprits. Peter Ruck/BIPs/Getty Images hide caption

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The mystery of rising prices. Are greedy corporations to blame for inflation?

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The Indicator Quiz: Crypto and GDP

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A Florida woman has filed a class action lawsuit accusing Kraft Heinz of misleading advertising, saying its Velveeta microwavable mac and cheese takes longer to prepare than the 3 1/2 minutes on the label. Nattapol Sritongcom / EyeEm/Getty Images hide caption

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The BlockFi website on a laptop computer arranged in the Brooklyn borough of New York, US, on Nov. 17. BlockFi filed for bankruptcy on Nov 28, 2022. Bloomberg/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Jerry Bilinski, a retired social worker who lives in Fayetteville, N.C., says he deserves a full explanation from his medical team of what led to a small gash on his forehead during his surgery for a cataract. Eamon Queeney for KHN hide caption

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He woke up from eye surgery with a gash on his forehead. What happened?

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The November recall applies to the Green Sprouts 6-ounce Stainless Steel Sippy Cup, Sip & Straw Cup and its 8-ounce Stainless Steel Straw Bottle. U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission hide caption

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Tenant activists from around the country rally outside the White House on Nov. 16 in Washington, D.C. They want the Biden administration to regulate rent increases on federally backed housing. Jennifer Ludden/NPR hide caption

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Rent control expands as tenants struggle with the record-high cost of housing

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Pablo Eisenberg, who died last month, urged deep-pocketed donors to give away even more and spend their money where it is most needed. Idit Knaan, The Chronicle of Philanthropy hide caption

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Pablo Eisenberg, a fierce critic of nonprofits and philanthropy, died at age 90

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The Treasury Department is allowing Chevron to resume "limited" energy production in Venezuela after years of sanctions that have dramatically curtailed oil and gas profits that have flowed to President Nicolás Maduro's government. Gene J. Puskar/AP hide caption

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A shopper browses Black Friday sales at a Macy's store in Jersey City, N.J. Kena Betancur/Getty Images hide caption

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Here's how inflation is changing holiday deals and shopping

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Elon Musk says the company is ready to re-launch a verification program designed to ease the app's financial reliance on advertisers, but has yet to provide details. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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The Twitter splash page is seen on a digital device, in April. New Twitter owner Elon Musk says he is granting "amnesty" for suspended accounts, which online safety experts predict will spur a rise in harassment, hate speech and misinformation. Gregory Bull/AP hide caption

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The empty assembly line at the Duralex glassware factory in Orléans, France, on Nov. 15. Eleanor Beardsley/NPR hide caption

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Europe fears its industries will jet to the U.S. as energy costs force plant closures

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Signage for the FTX Arena, where the Miami Heat basketball team plays, is seen illuminated on Saturday. The rapid collapse of cryptocurrency exchange FTX into bankruptcy has driven arena owner Miami-Dade County to seek a break in its naming rights deal with FTX. Marta Lavandier/AP hide caption

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Elon Musk's acquisition of Twitter has spurred many longtime users to look for alternative social networks. Amy Osborne/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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