NPR | Aug. 28, 2016
Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel said talks over the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership have "de facto failed." The climate for trade deals has soured on both sides of the Atlantic.
OPB | Aug. 28, 2016
Thousands of Oregon taxpayers have refund checks awaiting them. If the money isn’t claimed within two years, it’s more difficult to track down.
NPR | Aug. 27, 2016
One of China's most valuable tech startups, smartphone maker Xiaomi, is getting into networked appliances, in a bid to innovate its way out of trouble, as its core business falls flat.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is sending undercover operatives to ferret out racial discrimination. They're called "testers" or "mystery shoppers" and pose as customers applying for loans.
A new state-sponsored retirement plan for private-sector workers in Oregon has cleared a key federal hurdle.
At a "listening session" at the Fed conference in Jackson Hole, liberal groups warn about the impact on poor and minority communities of raising interest rates too quickly.
Gov. Kate Brown strongly defends a proposed corporate tax increase, but she acknowledges that some of the $3 billion a year in taxes would be passed on to consumers.
A menacing wildfire continues to threaten an Indian Reservation 50 miles north of Spokane. But the blaze could have a positive impact on one local business.
Lawmakers are demanding answers as to why the price of this aging drug, which stops a life-threatening allergic reaction, keeps going up.