Home prices are falling, but first-time buyers still don't have it easy
The cost of buying a house has been soaring for the past few years, and prices are finally starting to fall. But things aren't much easier for first-time buyers.
- Also, the kidnapping of Americans spotlights violence in Mexico.
- And, the NTSB investigates Norfolk Southern Railway.
- Plus, we want to hear how you use your local library.
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- Home prices fall year over year for the first time since 2012
- Criminal Violence in Mexico(CFR)
- NTSB to investigate Norfolk Southern safety practices amid accidents
- Three Years Later: How the pandemic has reshaped libraries (American Libraries)
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