U.S. Economy
U.S. Retail Sales Rebounded in August
Sales at retailers and restaurants grew 0.7% last month, a sign of the economic recovery’s resilience despite the Delta variant.17 min ago
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Jobless Claims Remained Near Pandemic Low
Jobless Claims Remain Near Pandemic Low
U.S. initial unemployment claims rose slightly to 332,000 last week but remained near a pandemic low despite the impact of the Delta variant on the economy.
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Women Are Nearly Half of New Gun Buyers, Study Finds
As gun sales reached a high during the Covid-19 pandemic, groups formed to teach women how to handle their new firearms.
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Parents Seek Out Covid Vaccine Trials for Their Children
The shots haven’t been proved to work safely for youngsters, and child volunteers in later-stage trials may get a placebo, rather than the vaccine. Yet parents said they were willing to take the chance,
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After Hurricane Ida, Satellites Track Gulf of Mexico Oil Spills
NOAA’s analysis of the view from space helps frame recovery and containment methods to address environmental hazards.
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Star Gymnasts Give Senators an Unsparing Account of FBI’s Failures in Nassar Investigation
Simone Biles, McKayla Maroney, Maggie Nichols and Aly Raisman appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee describing their abuse and its aftermath.
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As Chip Shortage Squeezes, Here’s How Auto Makers Are Adapting
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Gymnasts Testimony Details FBI Failings in Sexual Abuse Investigation
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Gavin Newsom Defeats Recall Efforts, Remains California's Governor
Democrats Rethink Climate Measures, Consider Carbon Tax
The party needs to stay united to pass its $3.5 trillion proposal without GOP support.
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ABC News Staffer Claims Network Retaliated After She Filed Sexual-Assault Complaint
In an amended version of an earlier lawsuit, the producer says after she formally complained at ABC, the network didn’t renew her three-year contract, offering instead a six-month extension with no raise.
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Democrats See a Road Map in California Outcome
Gavin Newsom’s victory suggests that a message focused on Covid-19 safety and Donald Trump can keep Democrats energized, but Republicans have some advantages heading into midterm elections.
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FDA Says Covid-19 Vaccines Remain Effective Without Boosters
Food and Drug Administration scientists expressed skepticism that an apparent diminished protection is rendering the vaccines less effective.
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How Afghan Refugees Are Vetted, Where They’re Going and How to Help
Refugee resettlement groups in the U.S. are receiving tens of thousands of Afghans airlifted out of Kabul. The WSJ answers some key questions about where the Afghans will go, what assistance they will receive and how people can help.
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Texas Abortion Law in Court: What You Need to Know
A look at two cases that could affect the new Texas law that has largely shut down abortion in the state.
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Colorado Probe of Aurora Police Department Finds Racial Bias
The Aurora police department used force against and arrested people of color, particularly Black people, at disproportionately higher rates than white people, according to the findings of a yearlong investigation by the Colorado attorney general’s office.
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Fires in Sequoia National Forest Close Park, Threatens Giant Trees
Park officials and firefighters are working to keep sequoia tree groves safe.
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Drug-Prices Measure Splinters House Democrats
The provision in the $3.5 trillion budget package would allow Medicare to negotiate over the cost of prescriptions.
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FTC Moves Toward Stricter Antitrust Scrutiny of Vertical Mergers
The FTC, by a 3-2 vote along partisan lines, withdrew guidelines adopted just last year on how the government reviews mergers of companies that don’t directly compete with one another.
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U.S. Pandemic Aid Kept Millions Out of Poverty in 2020
The sweeping assistance Congress provided earlier in the crisis, including stimulus checks, prevented millions of Americans from slipping beneath the poverty line during the economic fallout from Covid-19, federal data show.
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Biden Voices Support for Joint Chiefs Chairman Milley
The president said he had great confidence in his senior military adviser after Republicans called for the general’s ouster, following reports he had been in touch with his Chinese counterpart to ease tensions near the end of the Trump administration.
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More States Show Prevalence of Obesity, CDC Finds
New data show 35% or more of residents in 16 states were considered obese in 2020, up from a dozen states the year prior and nine in 2018.
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