Governor widely viewed as a likely entrant in the race for the Republican presidential nomination in 2024 is running ads on the issue — nationally.
Here are some of the hot-button education bills we’re tracking at the Argus Leader. Check back each day to see where they stand as we update.
The White House and semiconductor manufacturer Intel are teaming up to pressure the House of Representatives into passing the CHIPS Act.
Reports over the weekend suggest that US President Biden is going to introduce an Executive Order for cryptocurrencies at the beginning of February.
As inflation has gained traction in the last year, commentators constantly remark about how it is particularly hard on retirees who live on a “fixed income.” Retirees do not live on fixed incomes. The 60% of households in the lower portion of the income distribution receive the bulk of their retirement income from Social Security (see Table 1).
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is likely to restrict the use of COVID-19 antibody treatments from Regeneron and Eli Lilly as they are ineffective against the Omicron variant, the Washington Post reported on Monday. The FDA action will involve revising the emergency use authorizations for the monoclonal antibodies, the report said https://wapo.st/3KDk1YI, citing two senior administration health officials.
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It’s closer than ever, because tax season is underway and the Internal Revenue Service started accepting and processing 2021 returns on Jan. 24. The 2022 tax season will run until Monday, April 18. The Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service have warned taxpayers to brace themselves for potentially sluggish service as the underfunded, understaffed and backlogged IRS juggles another filing season.
Wall Street and FTSE tanks as tensions between the West and Russia over the military buildup on the border with Ukraine dented sentiment and investors brace for the Fed's meeting this week.
Get ready to file taxes. Jan. 24 is the first day the Internal Revenue Service will begin accepting tax returns but your tax refund could take longer.
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Jerome Powell’s Federal Reserve must now wrestle with how quickly and aggressively to raise rates and end its asset purchases. This coming week’s policy-setting meeting will tell investors a lot about the path ahead.
The Federal Reserve is blaming supply constraints for soaring inflation. It’s neglecting to look at the main factor it controls, writes Robert Heller.
Get ready for a rocky tax season pocked by the potential for processing delays and difficulties getting a customer service person on the phone, says the Internal Revenue Service, as it points to its slim staff and high workload. Just before the Jan. 24 kick-off to tax season, the IRS provided some tips on how taxpayers can minimize the chance for frustration and maximize the chance for an income tax refund that speeds right into a bank account. Others are unique for a moment when the IRS is coping with a backlog of unprocessed returns and paying out pandemic-related tax credits.
Gun-control issue a classic example of sides distorting the truth for their benefit
Fox NewsEmbattled MAGA congressman Matt Gaetz enthusiastically endorsed former House Speaker Newt Gingrich’s suggestion to jail members of the Jan. 6 House committee, telling ex-Trump strategist Steve Bannon on Monday that “Newt’s right” and Republicans should not be “limp-wristed.”Gingrich, the once-powerful Capitol Hill lawmaker turned bomb-throwing pundit, sparked outrage on Sunday when he argued on Fox News that lawmakers on the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection co
Shares of Merck & Co. Inc. gained 0.4% in premarket trading on Monday after the company said the Food and Drug Administration requested additional information about its experimental cough treatment. The regulator issued a complete response letter asking for more data about the measurement of efficacy for gefapixant, Merck's investigational therapy for refractory or unexplained chronic cough. Merck also said Monday that gefapixant had received regulatory approval in Japan, where it is now called
Oil prices end at their lowest in more than a week on Monday, caught up in a broad selloff in risky assets, but hold on to a gain for the month, underpinned by worries over potential supply disruptions.
Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) slammed former Republican Speaker Newt Gingrich (Ga.) after he suggested that members of the select congressional committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol by supporters of former President Trump may be jailed for their work. Gingrich, who has reportedly been advising Republican leadership over the last several months, predicted during an appearance on Fox News on Sunday that the GOP will...