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A city showed its thanks to the heroes of the last 17 months through an extravagant parade Wednesday, July 7.
WASHINGTON — The chairwoman of a congressional committee and two other lawmakers are seeking documents over troubling reports regarding gender inequality within NCAA sporting events.
The chairman of a House subcommittee is demanding that executives of Exxon Mobil Corp., Shell, Chevron and other major oil and gas companies testify before Congress about the industry’s decades-long effort to wage disinformation campaigns around climate change.
With most COVID-19 restrictions now lifted in New York City, the city's economy is now “turning the corner” as businesses reopen to full capacity amid a boom in new business applications.
Actress and activist Sophia Bush stressed the importance of young people getting vaccinated against COVID-19 during testimony Thursday before the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis, arguing that “medicine is not partisan.”
A senior House Democrat is reviving her campaign to crack down on overdraft fees with legislation introduced on Wednesday that would impose limits on the size and frequency of such charges at financial institutions.
Democrats are once again taking aim at dreaded bank overdraft fees.
WASHINGTON — In the latest example of pressure on banks to rein in overdraft fees, a senior House Democrat has reintroduced legislation to restrict the charges.