For more than a decade, Catherine Engelbrecht, a Texas mom turned election-fraud crusader, has sown doubts about ballots and voting. Her patience has paid off.
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A measure that accounts for all federal subsidies also showed a reduction of almost half in the number of children below the poverty level.
A stubbornly high inflation reading has divided experts on what the Fed should do when it weighs another interest rate hike next week.
A court rejected Google’s appeal of a record-setting antitrust fine related to Android and online search.
Retirees will learn the amount of the increase for 2023 in October, and the current estimate is that it will be 8.7%.
But prices are still rising at about the fastest pace in 40 years and an increase in core inflation will keep the pressure on the central bank to raise interest rates.
Kelly Pichardo, 32, will also have to pay more than $9,000 to American Airlines for the altercation, which came as incidents involving unruly passengers unnerved airline workers and the public.
Major indexes fell in early trading across the Asia Pacific region on Wednesday, a day after U.S. stocks plummeted.
The president is trying once again to accentuate the positives in the recovery from recession, but stubbornly high prices are complicating the message.
Jaz Brisack said her employer had refused to accommodate her scheduling requests. Starbucks said it sought to balance requests against business needs.
Overall inflation moderated less than anticipated, and a closely watched measure of price pressures jumped, bad news for the Federal Reserve.
About 5.9 million people tuned in to watch the ceremony, according to Nielsen.
The group says that the shellfish, long considered a more responsible choice, cannot be considered a guilt-free meal anymore.
Executives signaled that job cuts would be coming after WarnerMedia and Discovery merged in April.
After struggling to respond to a crushing Covid caseload, many hospitals are remodeling so that when the next crisis comes, they’ll be better able to meet it.
At a congressional hearing, Peiter Zatko, Twitter’s former head of security, told lawmakers that the company lied about its data practices.
A higher-than-expected rise in prices is unwelcome news for Mr. Biden as the midterm elections approach.
The chief executive of the experimental crypto bank Celsius has told employees about an audacious plan to revive the firm, which filed for bankruptcy in July.
Overall inflation in the United States moderated less than anticipated in August and an index that strips out food and fuel picked back up, bad news for policymakers.
While the situation has improved since mid-July, many families are still scrambling to find popular brands that remain out of stock.