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Confidence in the safety of the J&J vaccine is low following U.S. pause, Kaiser survey shows via US Top News and Analysis
Just 46% of respondents said they were at least somewhat confident in the J&J shot, compared with 69% who said the same for Pfizer and Moderna's vaccines.
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Covid cases are falling in 30 states with a third of Americans fully vaccinated via US Top News and Analysis
The rate of daily Covid infections is declining in 30 states and the District of Columbia and one-in-three Americans are now fully vaccinated.
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Coronavirus latest: US gives Covid-19 shots to 150m Americans via International homepage
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There are more reasons this year to check your homeowners insurance ahead of severe summer weather via US Top News and Analysis
As weather-related events become more severe and costly, it's important to make sure you have sufficient coverage if your home gets damaged or destroyed.
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Green Dot joins corporate exodus from California as fintech firm moves to Austin via US Top News and Analysis
The move follows the departures announced last year of technology giants including Oracle, Palantir and Hewlett-Packard Enterprise
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Uefa agrees peace deal with most rebel Super League clubs via International homepage
Nine teams agree ‘reintegration measures’ but Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus remain holdouts
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The stock market may be misreading what this weak jobs report means for the Fed via US Top News and Analysis
The disappointing April jobs report reinforces the Fed's easy policies, but some strategists still expect the Fed to move toward ending bond purchases.
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U.S. Chamber of Commerce blames weak jobs report on enhanced unemployment benefit, kicks off lobbying effort via US Top News and Analysis
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce blamed a $300-per-week federal jobless benefit for April's far-weaker-than-expected jobs report.
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Threats against members of Congress have more than doubled this year, Capitol Police says via US Top News and Analysis
Threats against federal lawmakers have more than doubled so far this year compared to last year, the United States Capitol Police said Friday.
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WHO chief urges world to follow U.S. lead and support waiving Covid vaccine patent protections via US Top News and Analysis
WHO chief says he urges other countries to follow the example of the U.S. on supporting vaccine patent waivers.
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Goldman Sachs internal memo unveils new cryptocurrency trading team via US Top News and Analysis
Goldman Sachs formally kicked off the cryptocurrency trading era on Wall Street.
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Tesla can’t promise driverless cars in 2021, engineer tells California DMV via US Top News and Analysis
In a Jan. 2021 earnings call, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said he was "highly confident the car will be able to drive itself with reliability in excess of human this year."
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April jobs report falls short of expectations. Five market analysts on the miss via US Top News and Analysis
Friday's disappointing jobs data highlights some "structural" issues in the labor market, says ADP's chief economist.
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Amazon partners with Tile to take on Apple AirTags via US Top News and Analysis
Amazon partnered with Tile and smart lock maker Level to beef up its mesh network for tracking items.
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UK reveals 'green list' of nations England residents can visit quarantine-free via US Top News and Analysis
The U.K. has revealed the "green list" of countries that people in England will soon be allowed to visit without having to quarantine on their return.
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Warren Buffett’s heir apparent comes out of the shadows via International homepage
Greg Abel has done a lot of Berkshire Hathaway’s big deals but is he a second Sage of Omaha?
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Federal grand jury charges 4 former Minneapolis cops with violating George Floyd’s civil rights — Chauvin also charged in teen arrest via US Top News and Analysis
Derek Chauvin and other former Minneapolis cops were indicted for civil rights violations weeks after a jury convicted Chauvin of murdering George Floyd.
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Montana, South Carolina to kick people off jobless benefits even as unemployment rises via US Top News and Analysis
Montana and South Carolina are ending participation in federal unemployment programs in June. More states may follow.
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Manufacturers push to give workers with criminal records a second chance via US Top News and Analysis
The National Association of Manufacturers recently announced a new partnership with the Charles Koch Institute to expand "second chance" hiring opportunities.
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US jobs growth slows despite reopenings and vaccinations via International homepage
Biden says unexpected small gain in April shows full recovery has ‘long way to go’
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