9 AM ET: Economy snapshot, severe storms, internet labels & more
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The latest data on inflation is out, which will be central to the Fed's next decision on interest rates. Severe storms are ramping up in the South today, bringing threats of tornadoes and flash flooding. You're going to notice some changes when you're shopping for an internet plan. Missouri has executed an inmate after last minute attempts to save him failed. Plus, Japan's prime minister is at the White House today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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