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The majority of states are moving forward with phased-in approaches that vary by county and city as the U.S. reopens amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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President Trump’s loss in the 2020 election — and his continued attempts to pretend it didn’t happen — are throwing the Republican Party and the broader forces of conservatism into turmoil.
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As the president-elect begins making personnel choices, the left of the Democratic Party is demanding ethics rules that would ban lobbyists and some consultants.
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"The most feared investor in America" has Twitter’s CEO in his sights
Mr. Dinkins, who served in the early 1990s, was seen as a compromise selection for voters weary of racial unrest, crime and fiscal turmoil. The racial harmony he sought remained elusive during his years in office.
Manchester United are to return for Barcelona forward Ousmane Dembele in January. Transfer Talk has the latest.
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Corporate and financial leaders are hard to find in the president-elect’s efforts to prepare for office.
Russian businessmen who previously appeared independent are now compelled to serve the Kremlin abroad or lose their property in Russia.
Grovetta Gardineer would bring a different perspective than the previous 31 comptrollers and be a diversity role model for banking.
All kinds of Americans have turned their back on the destructive war on drugs.
Desperate to revive tourism, countries around the globe are offering incentives to visit — but Americans, barred from most of these destinations, won’t be able to take advantage of them.
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The Republican National Convention concluded Thursday under the theme "Land of Greatness" with President Trump formally accepting the GOP nomination from the White House.
It created the blueprint for what TV has become. And, while networks and streaming services reap the benefits of PBS’s successes, it is still struggling to survive.
A rare public break between Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell took center stage during a Senate hearing Tuesday as Republicans and Democrats sparred over the expiration of coronavirus relief.
As the nation reckons with its complicated racial history, issues that impact communities of color are taking center stage in the platforms of each major political party.
A new Trump administration proposal that could push more banks to finance fossil fuel activities is creating divisions in conservative circles as free market groups decry the move as government overreach.
With Donald Trump desperately trying to cling to power, President-elect Joe Biden is, for all intents and purposes, the effective leader of the free world.
The Taliban stand on the brink of realizing their most fervent desire: U.S. troops leaving Afghanistan. They have given up little of their extremist ideology to do it.
Despite pledges for debt relief and expanded programs, the World Bank and International Monetary Fund have delivered meager aid, say economists.
The Georgia senator might wave off concerns about the climate crisis from public office but behind the gates of his private waterfront community, the issue is real
And another thing: After the wild ride that the Trump presidency has been, what's next?
The next Treasury secretary will join the Biden administration amid an almost yearlong economic downturn and with limited fiscal tools at their disposal to cobble together a recovery plan.
The Michigan primary Tuesday will shine a spotlight on the federal federal bailout for the automobile industry. But other disputes could linger to the nominating convention.
The White House is eager to project progress, but the public-private partnership it has created still faces scientific hurdles, internal tensions and questions from Congress.
The traditional real estate closings with a room full of people and stacks of documents are becoming a memory, as much of the process is now online.
Third-quarter financial results suggest that strong companies have gotten stronger and that some others are in dire straits.
As a standoff over federal aid persists, state and local governments are making deep budget cuts. “Everything’s going to slow down,” one official said.
When we invest in crossing the digital divide, why not also talk about how cyber threats can impact our most at-risk populations?
Rep. Jason Smith (R-Mo.) is slated to serve as the top Republican on the House Budget Committee next year following a vote by the House GOP Steering Committee on Tuesday.
The top Democrat with oversight of foreign affairs criticized Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Tuesday, saying he is reinforcing “false claims” from President Trump of election fraud.
President-elect Joe Biden's economic team faces a daunting task in delivering policies that will help Black and other minority communities who have been disproportionately rocked by the pandemic.
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Science and objective analysis need to be revived.
These days, there’s no limit — or reason — to the intimate objects sold online.
Former President Obama on Thursday appeared to take a jab at President Trump’s refusal to concede the election to President-elect Joe Biden.
The clock is ticking and foreign adversaries are watching, experts and past government officials said.
If we’re judging by willingness to legalize recreational marijuana, that is.
“I have never seen this much anxiety and fear about money,” one financial counselor said.
Lawmakers should focus on the causes of the current problem instead of getting distracted by the symptoms, such as partisan accusations of platform bias and how platforms should moderate content.
The 2020 US Open will be unlike any in recent memory. No fans and the effects of strict testing and social distancing regiments are new protocols in place during the coronavirus pandemic.
It is much harder for families to reunify, for people to become citizens, and for businesses to hire foreign workers.
Obstacles to housing affordability have been exacerbated by the coronavirus and will require government assistance to help Americans weather the pandemic, lawmakers and experts said Tuesday.
The PAC raised more than $260,000 and has apparently spent little on election activities.
At the urging of New York’s attorney general, business leaders in New York pushed for the Trump administration to begin a transfer of power.
Meet Alvin, a Silicon Valley executive in his late-30s. Alvin has accounts with three banks, an online brokerage account and has borrowed from no less than nine lenders in the past five years. In today’s world, why wouldn’t he? Financially literate, technologically savvy and affluent, Alvin is a me…
Economists are warning that a COVID-19 relief bill without aid for state and local governments would mean passing up an opportunity to include a proven stimulus provision.
Within a matter of months, the General Data Protection Regulation will apply across the EU and business processing citizens' data will need to be sure they're compliant. We explain the major changes incoming and take a look at some possible impacts...
Many beauty salons and barbershops are booked solid with appointments, showing how much grooming is a treasured ritual.
Democratic Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (N.Y.) and Rashida Tlaib (Mich.) on Friday introduced a bill to create a federally chartered and supported public banking system.
Meet the scholars who study civilizational collapse.
A coalition of media and entertainment groups, including NASCAR, the NFL and the Screen Actors Guild, called on Congress to pass legislation providing pandemic risk insurance to help mitigate major revenue losses from the coronavirus.
Jared Rogers was looking forward to serving his country and pursuing a career in engineering. Then he suffered an injury at football practice.
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Movement restrictions aimed to stop the spread of the coronavirus may be making violence in homes more frequent, more severe and more dangerous.
Systemic racism. White privilege. Institutional racism. Microaggression. White fragility. What do those terms mean? Here is a primer.
The battle between Epic Games and Apple continues, Facebook faces criticism in India and Pinterest appoints its first Black board member. This is your Daily Crunch for August 17, 2020. The big story: Epic Games files injunction against Apple Epic’s legal and PR fight with Apple and its App St…
The cryptocurrency is rumored to launch in 2021.
President Trump officially reversed his call to reopen businesses by Easter and said he will extend the nation's coronavirus social distancing guidelines to April 30.
We must make sure the nation is prepared for cyberattacks, and protecting the frontlines will clearly require private-public cooperation.
Rep. Katie Porter commented on her heated exchange with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin during her appearance on "The View" Friday, Dec. 11, 2020.
Riders and revenues are way down at the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Its bonds look risky, but some investors are tempted.
Having a substantial part of our fellow citizens outside the digital environment is a recipe for continued racial injustice, social conflict, economic deprivation and political division.
News and analysis on the latest on the presidential race and the balance of power in Congress.
The UK is moving ahead with a plan to regulate big tech, responding to competition concerns over a ‘winner takes all’ dynamic in digital markets. It will set up a new Digital Market Unit (DMU) to oversee a “pro-competition” regime for Internet platforms — including tho…
It seems like SoftBank and the Mubadala Corp. aren’t finished taking big swings at the commercial real estate business in the U.S. Even after the collapse of WeWork, the investors are doubling down on a similar business model as part of a syndicate investing $700 million into REEF Technology.…
The streaming services are in charge, and bringing a ruthless new culture with them.
Accept donations and distribute funds, all on the same platform.
The National Rifle Association (NRA) has agreed to halt insurance business in New York for five years and will pay a $2.5 million fine over charges related to that work.
Jason Green has a pretty solid reputation as venture capitalists go. The enterprise-focused firm he co-founded 17 years ago, Emergence Capital, has backed Saleforce, Box and Zoom, among many other companies, and even while every firm is now investing in software-as-a-service startups, his remains a…
Google is making a change to its product search offering, meaning that unpaid listings picked by algorithm will dominate results displayed on the Google Shopping tab instead of mostly paid product listings. In a blog post announcing the move, Bill Ready, president of Google’s commerce divisio…
JPMorgan Chase pledged $30 billion to help ameliorate the racial wealth gap in the U.S. and "reduce systemic racism against Black and Latinx people."
The federal government had denied California's request for a disaster declaration for wildfires that have burned swathes of land across the Golden State.
Even as Manhattan stations remain eerily empty, a surge of commuters in other boroughs has pushed overall ridership to 30 percent of normal levels.
The chairwoman of the House Financial Services Committee and nearly two dozen House Democrats urged a federal bank regulator Wednesday to scrap a potential rule
Trump has left much on the to-do list for Biden.
If Republicans control the Senate, a Biden administration could take a cue from President Trump and find ways to act unilaterally on some economic issues.
Several Biden campaign staffers have complained about the company's handling of election ads and the impact misinformation has had on democracy.
Several groups are providing the Biden transition team with names as well as calling for more Latinos in other federal government positions.
With a major hit in the service sector, the child care gap, and the systemic wealth gap, the economy brought on by the pandemic is hurting a lot of families, especially for families of color.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said companies receiving loans over $2 million would be audited and warned of potential criminal liability.
"It just quietly brings in $3.5 million to $4 million a year."
Bias and lack of protections create a cascade of financial strikes for sexual minorities. These 12 numbers show the state of LGBTQ economic inequality in the U.S.
When it comes to serving the general public, the pandemic has created a slew of additional costs for businesses. But who should foot the bill?
"Promises made not to cut off essential communications service during this time need to be kept," said one FCC commissioner.
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