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Will the bill address the needs of the blind, as the U.S. government promised?

15-year-olds in the U.S. aren't all that good with money. In fact, they're pretty bad with it.

When tight jeans became a fashion trend, it meant trouble for the company that makes the paper for our money.

A new analysis shows dollar coins may not be the value they're cracked up to be.

  • Neil Irwin
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  • Dec 12, 2013
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The digital currency has been soaring lately. That shows why it's not yet ready for prime time.

  • Neil Irwin
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  • Nov 19, 2013
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The same company has made paper for greenbacks since 1879, and other things you probably didn't know about your money.

Why are people really stockpiling $100 bills? It probably has to do with fear, not just low interest rates.

There is $1.19 trillion in paper currency in circulation, an all-time high. Here's why.

Responding to the critics of my money and politics columns.

  • Ezra Klein
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  • May 28, 2013
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A new study finds that the amount of U.S. currency in circulation has been soaring in recent years. Where is it going? Abroad.

  • Brad Plumer
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  • Apr 9, 2013
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Ever wanted to be in Congress? This slide will make you reconsider.

  • Ezra Klein
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  • Jan 14, 2013
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