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By Fatima Hussein, Associated Press
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has acknowledged that she and Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell "could have used a better word" than transitory when describing the expected run of inflation in the U.S. economy.
By Michael Balsamo, Associated Press
The company best known for developing the Taser says it's halting plans to develop a Taser-equipped drone. The decision by Axon comes as a majority of its ethics board resigned over the project.
In our news wrap Monday, the former leader of the far-right Proud Boys group was charged with seditious conspiracy in the Jan. 6 investigation, Russian forces continued their campaign to break through Ukrainian lines, gunmen in Nigeria who killed at…
By Winston Wilde
It's clear that the realities many Americans face are vastly different from some of the economic indicators on paper. The burden of record-high inflation has continued to push the limits for people across the country. We hear from people who…
By Michael Hill, Associated Press
The New York Legislature has approved a milestone environmental measure designed to tap the brakes on the spread of cryptocurrency mining operations that burn fossil fuels.
In our news wrap Friday, a federal grand jury indicted former Trump adviser Peter Navarro for contempt of Congress, the school police commander in Uvalde, Texas, reportedly did not have a radio following the mass shooting, a congressional committee will…
The May jobs reports showed U.S. employment is still going strong despite higher prices and interest rates. Employers added a net 390,000 jobs last month as the unemployment rate remained steady at 3.6 percent. Betsey Stevenson, a public policy and…
By Anthony Izaguirre, Associated Press
The Special Olympics has dropped a coronavirus vaccine mandate for its games in Orlando after Florida moved to fine the organization $27.5 million for violating a state law against such requirements.
By Christopher Rugaber, Associated Press
President Joe Biden hailed the May jobs report numbers Friday, calling them "historically robust" and saying they are one of the signs of a "healthy economy."…
In our news wrap: a Texas state senator said panicked 911 calls from children in Uvalde never got to the police commander at the scene of last week's school attack, President Zelenskyy says Russia controls one-fifth of Ukraine, a truce…
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