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Much as Trump overturned many of his predecessor Barack Obama’s policies, President Biden has begun to do the same to Trump’s actions.

The president promised an anxious nation that there would be progress on reducing infections and lifting the siege that it has endured for nearly a year.

The Senate Republican leader suggested that the former president needs time to prepare and review his case.

Trump's White House had banned news organizations that it deemed to be too critical of the administration.


The cost of the recall will be $610 million.

IBM stock dropped 6.7% to $122.98 in extended trading after the company's fourth consecutive quarter of sales decline.

“A litany of missed promises and unforced errors have furthered our conviction that current leadership is ill-equipped to maximize the value of Corteva’s assets,” wrote Starboard Value CEO Jeffrey Smith.

Intel's incoming CEO Pat Gelsinger said that most of the company's 2023 products will be made in-house, but he outline a dual-track future in which the company will rely more…

Coronavirus — COVID-19

In the waning days of the last administration, the Department of Health and Human Services blamed the states for having unrealistic expectations for how much vaccine was on the way.

One year ago, when the US recorded its first case of COVID-19, Trump insisted that his administration had the virus "totally under control."

The CDC says the variant of the virus first seen in Britain is 50% more contagious than the one that's causing the bulk of cases in the US.

The coronavirus is becoming more genetically diverse, and health officials say the high rate of new cases is the main reason.


The data points to ongoing job cuts and a faltering economy in a raging pandemic.

The former Federal Reserve chair laid out a vision of a more muscular Treasury that would act aggressively to reduce economic inequality, fight climate change and counter China’s unfair trade…

The resurgent virus and faltering economic recovery has escalated layoffs.

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