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US travel restrictions: Tighter testing requirements in place from next week

All travellers arriving into the US from next week will have to show a negative COVID-19 test result. The test must have been taken within one ...

Marilyn Manson Loses a Grammy Nomination, and a Songwriter Gains One

Since the 64th annual Grammy nominations were announced last week, the Recording Academy, the organization behind the awards, has made various ...

United Auto Workers reformers prevail in vote to choose president by direct election.

Members of the United Automobile Workers union have voted decisively to change the way they choose their president and other top leaders, opting ...

Biden and Trump S.E.C. Chiefs Trade Tips on How to Regulate Crypto

Regulators on the left and right rarely agree on policy. Yet, when it comes to cryptocurrency, two men who have led the Securities and Exchange ...

Canada Goose workers vote to unionize in Winnipeg.

Workers at three plants owned by the luxury apparel-maker Canada Goose in Winnipeg, Manitoba, have voted overwhelmingly to unionize, according to ...

CNN and Chris Cuomo Face Difficult Questions After Anchor’s Suspension

The anchor Chris Cuomo said on Wednesday that he was embarrassed by CNN’s decision to suspend him indefinitely for his efforts earlier this year ...

Oil Producers Face Omicron Uncertainty and Rebellious Customers

One thing is for certain when officials from OPEC, Russia and other oil-producing countries meet by teleconference on Thursday to decide how much ...

New Klapcoin cryptocurrency aims to help French cinema find funding

A new cryptocurrency is on the scene and is aiming to finance French cinema. Klapcoin was launched on Tuesday by Sarah Lelouch, the daughter of ...

How to Carry Your Covid Health Data on a Smartphone

The state of the digital Covid vaccine card — the bar code that we store on our phones and present to businesses and venues as proof of ...

Powell signals the Fed’s bond-buying program could end sooner as inflation persists.

Jerome H. Powell, the Federal Reserve chair, signaled that the central bank is growing more wary of high — and stubborn — inflation, and that it ...

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