Two years after a concession agreement backed by the African Development Bank, Ghana isn't moving forward with Skytrain.
It’s “a nightmare scenario that should send us all screaming to the polls,” one person hit back at the extremist Florida Republican on Twitter.
Yahoo Finance Live hosts Julie Hyman and Brian Cheung review the latest numbers in the Job Openings and Labor Turnover survey.
Real money is at stake, but you wouldn't know it from a shoddy "investor presentation" for Trump Media & Technology Group.
U.S. lawmakers sought to increase aircraft and Navy ship purchases in an effort to field a robust military and send a signal to Russia and China in a massive annual defense bill released on Tuesday. The fiscal 2022 National Defense Authorization Act, or NDAA, authorizes nearly $770 billion in national defense and adds to the Pentagon's request for ship and aircraft purchases and increases troop pay. The Biden Administration's original budget request from May was debated over the course of the year and the U.S. Congress released its compromise NDAA after Democrat and Republican leaders of the House of Representatives and Senate Armed Services committees negotiated what should be included in the bill.
The Labor Department's monthly Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey, or JOLTS report, on Wednesday also showed a steady decline in layoffs, another sign that the jobs market was tightening. "Under normal circumstances, a near record number of job openings would be something worth celebrating," said Jennifer Lee, a senior economist at BMO Capital Markets in Toronto.
U.S. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg on Tuesday pushes back on Tesla CEO Elon Musk's criticism of the Biden administration's efforts to boost adoption of electric vehicles.
For much her tenure as White House press secretary, Jen Psaki has gained fans in Democratic circles for her combative responses to questions they see as slanted (and often are), with her jousting partner often being Fox News. But Psaki on Monday deployed some exasperated sarcasm at an odd - and perhaps revealing - time.Subscribe to The Post Most newsletter for the most important and interesting stories from The Washington Post. NPR's Mara Liasson pressed Psaki on the continued hurdles Americans
The persistent rise in global crude oil prices has now spilt over into daily essentials like tomatoes, milk, and edible oils in India. The condition is made worse by the advent of coronavirus omicron. A surge in vegetable prices lifted retail inflation to 4.48% in October, from 4.35% a month ago.
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Moderna has climbed 66% in the year since the first Covid-19 shot, while Pfizer has risen 22% and BioNTech has surged 136%.
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Pension advocates, renewable-energy backers and manufacturers are pushing for changes as Congress is poised to pass a new corporate minimum tax on companies with at least $1 billion in profits.
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More than 50 members of the House Financial Services Committee will have a chance to voice their thoughts on crypto regulation. Buckle up.
The request will likely be voted on by the commission on Wednesday, though it is possible a separate meeting can be set.
Produced in partnership with the Michael V. Hayden Center, in this episode, host Michael Morell discusses the implications of China's geopolitical ambitions for the U.S.
Ethan MillerRep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX) on Tuesday torched some of his most prominent Republican colleagues this week, calling members of the hard-right House Freedom Caucus “grifters” and “performance artists” who only “know how to say slogans real well.”And perhaps surprisingly, Crenshaw came to the defense of current GOP pariah and avowed Trump critic Adam Kinzinger, praising the retiring Illinois congressman for his conservative voting record.Speaking at a Texas campaign event on Sunday, Crensh
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) -Mandatory vaccinations against the coronavirus are an "absolute last resort", the World Health Organization's top Europe official said on Tuesday. More and more countries in Europe, including Germany, are debating whether to make COVID-19 vaccines mandatory after Austria announced in November it would make inoculations compulsory as of Feb. 1 next year, prompting large protests. "Mandates around vaccination are an absolute last resort and only applicable when all feasible options to improve vaccination uptake have been exhausted," WHO Europe director Hans Kluge told reporters.
Devin Nunes simply realized what Republicans actually care about
Speaking in Montcalm County, the governor made perhaps her strongest remarks about the president's vaccine mandate.