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Phoenix Police say a police officer shot the man during a struggle. Police say an officer saw the man reach into his pocket for something. Rumain Brisbon was killed in front of his wife and children.
This week, we took a little field trip to explore how big businesses move into gentrifying neighborhoods.
Think about chains. Starbucks, Panera, Chipotle... they mean something different in communities and cities across the country. Jed Kolko is the Chief Economist at Trulia he's studied why chains open where they do.
He joined Marketplace Weekend at Starbucks.... from 3,000 miles away.
The magazine reported last month on a University of Virginia student who said she was gang-raped during a fraternity party in 2012. It said today there were "discrepancies" in its story.
Next week, we're talking about budgeting for the holidays.
We want to know how you spend during the holiday season. Do you save for decorations? Shop the sales? Bargain for a tree or stock up on candles for a menorah?
The magazine announced it was cutting its publication schedule, moving to New York and rebranding as a digital media company. Two top editors quit Thursday; more than half the masthead resigned today.
As part of the 50 Great Teachers series, NPR Movie Critic Bob Mondello looks at what Hollywood's taught us about teachers.
Authorities say an Emirate woman in her 30s confessed to targeting Ibolya Ryan at an Abu Dhabi mall because she was American. The woman also is suspected in a foiled bomb attack on another American.
Zhou Yongkang, a senior Communist Party official who retired in 2012, has been under investigation for bribery for months.