George Floyd’s family lawyer says ‘it’s been 57 years since we’ve had meaningful police reform,’ and study says middle schoolers should spend no more than 1 hour on screens

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‘I don’t do what Wall Street wants,’ Fed’s Bostic says, touting job creation

[ad_1] Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic said in an interview Sunday that the Fed’s main focus now is on jobs,

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‘The pandemic merely laid bare what went unnoticed before’: Asian-American women report twice as much racism as male counterparts

[ad_1] As President Biden signed into a law a bill targeting hate crimes against Asian Americans, a new report released

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Israel, Hamas close to cease-fire amid mounting international pressure

[ad_1] A cease-fire in the fighting between Israel and the Palestinian militant group Hamas could come as early as Friday, according to

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It’s a ‘race to the bottom’ as states end unemployment benefits too soon, critics say

[ad_1] One year after the pandemic locked down economies, leaving millions of Americans out of work, over a dozen states

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Companies and employees appear to have starkly different ideas about where they’ll work post-COVID

[ad_1] Amid a pandemic that has induced collective trauma, there’s a mismatch between what employers think their workers want from

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Opinion: I own a small business — this is what a $15 minimum wage means for me

[ad_1] After President Biden required federal contractors to pay a $15 minimum wage and Rhode Island inched closer to its own mandate, small-business

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Israel’s turmoil hands political lifeline to embattled Prime Minister Netanyahu

[ad_1] Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is pressing an aggressive campaign against Hamas, targeting its leaders, strategic infrastructure and military sites

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