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  • Supply chain issues raise prices of Christmas trees, create scarcity

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  • Spotlighting small businesses during the holiday season

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  • Theft on the rise during holiday shopping deals

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  • Black Friday deals impacted by supply chain crisis

    02:11
  • Supply chain crisis fueled by truckers facing low pay and poor conditions

    03:38
  • How infrastructure bill can address historic inequality

    04:08
  • Biden to re-nominate Jerome Powell to serve as Federal Reserve chairman

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  • Supply chain problems in China create shortages ahead of holidays

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  • Gas prices are up, but red America may be paying more

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  • Small businesses feeling crunch as inflation rises

    03:05
  • Full Deese Interview: 'No doubt inflation is high right now'

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  • 'Hyperinflation': Concerns rise ahead of holidays, economists say it's not happening

    02:39
  • Farmers scramble for equipment amid Covid pandemic, supply chain issues

    04:08
  • ExxonMobil workers voting to end six-month lockout in Texas

    01:52
  • House approves short-term extension of debt ceiling

    00:20
  • Income inequality affects minorities, less educated in post-pandemic recovery

    03:32
  • Parents say the expanded child tax credit is a lifeline but worry Congress won’t extend it

    02:23
  • Cedric Richmond: Democratic negotiations 'the art of legislating'

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  • ‘This is not a wishlist:’ Bernie Sanders on progressives infrastructure agenda

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  • Booker: 'This is Joe Biden’s bill'

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How interest rate changes may affect loans, credit cards

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The Fed announced it would slow the economic stimulus program, spooking the markets and causing the Dow to drop 550 points. How does that affect the lives of everyday people? “You’re going to need to have a steel stomach at least for the next six months,” said CNBC’s Kayla Tausche. Kayla Tausche is interviewed by TODAY’s Erica Hill.