The stock market has been volatile lately, and it dropped sharply on Wednesday, wiping out gains so far this year. Former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan joins us to discuss what a falling stock market means for the economy. Also, we spoke with fifth-generation oysterman T.J. Ward the day after Hurricane Michael destroyed homes, businesses and coastline around Apalachicola Bay, Florida, where he and his family operate a seafood company. This week, Here & Now's Robin Young and Karyn Miller-Medzon checked in with the family in person. And the Boston Red Sox have taken a commanding 2-0 series lead against the Los Angeles Dodgers in the World Series. Our sports analyst Mike Pesca weigns in on the matchup so far. That and more, in hour one of Here & Now's Oct. 25, 2018 full broadcast.
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