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Congressional investigators are expanding their inquiry of Emergent BioSolutions, the operator of a troubled Maryland vaccine-making plant, to encompass the firm’s relationship with the two companies that hired it to produce their shots.
A senior Democratic lawmaker has warned the Federal Reserve against raising interest rates too soon, highlighting the risk of a political backlash as the US central bank begins to ponder the withdrawal of monetary support.
Jude Graham has always wanted to give blood.
“It’s personal,” Graham told Spectrum News’ Samantha-Jo Roth, noting that his desire to donate dates back to high school and his service in the military — and when his younger cousin needed a bone marrow transplant a few years ago.
If your business falls victim to ransomware and you want simple advice on whether to pay the criminals, don't expect much help from the U.S. government. The answer is apt to be: It depends.
New York Democrats want JPMorgan Chase to return the overdraft fees the bank collected during the pandemic — and to scrap the hated charges altogether.
The United States will soon have a new federal holiday commemorating the end of slavery.
The House voted 415-14 Wednesday to make Juneteenth, or June 19th, the 12th federal holiday. The bill now goes to President Joe Biden’s desk, and he is expected to sign it into law.
Labor Secretary Marty Walsh has said that a strong, equitable recovery depends on getting women back into the workforce.
Congress has passed a bill to make Juneteenth, or June 19, a federal holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the US.
The House on Wednesday voted 415-14 in favor of the bill that is expected to be signed into law by President Joe Biden.
A day earlier, the Senate passed the bill unanimously.