(The Center Square) – President Joe Biden’s vaccine mandates have been rejected time and again in the federal court system, leaving little chance for their survival. At the same time, Americans are steadily losing confidence in Biden’s handling of the pandemic as well as his presidency overall.
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(The Center Square) – Democrats have argued that the tax reforms implemented through the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) only benefited the rich, and that the Build Back Better Act (BBBA) will help middle-and working-class Americans the most.
At a 95% GSR, the Huskers also tied for second in the Big Ten and marks the 11th straight year that NU’s percentage has increased.
(The Center Square) – New federal jobs data shows the number of first-time filers for unemployment benefits dropped to the lowest level in decades.
(The Center Square) – There are 10.4 million job openings in the U.S., the Department of Labor said Friday, a figure that's well above the number of unemployed Americans.
(The Center Square) – A new private sector jobs report showed significant job creation for the month of October, a good sign for the economy which has struggled to recover from the pandemic-era shutdowns.
Allentown -- Two nationally-recognized institutions - The Association of Edison Illuminating Companies (AEIC) and Public Utilities Fortnightly - have awarded PPL Electric Utilities with a pair of awards for use of innovative technologies to reduce outages.
Americans know that guns take many innocent lives every year, but many don’t know that firearms also save them.
(The Center Square) – Federal economic data released Thursday showed a sharp drop in in new unemployment filings, ending several weeks of rising claims and potentially confirming experts' predictions that ending federal unemployment benefits would lower unemployment.