About 200,000 kids were orphaned by COVID-19; How the Feds can reduce inflation
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Thursday, 13 January
Researchers report an estimated 200,000 American children were orphaned by COVID-19 — each number representing a child who has parents or primary caregivers to the pandemic. Dr. Charles Nelson, who co-authored the report, and a Georgia couple who is adopting their two cousins after their parents died of COVID-19, join us. And, NPR's Scott Horsley explains what options the Federal Reserve has to reduce inflation.