American Airlines issues deadline for employee vaccinations

American Airlines issues deadline for employee vaccinations

This post was originally published on this siteAmerican Airlines on Wednesday in an email informed all U.S. employees that they must submit evidence of being fully vaccinated by November 24 or face termination, according to multiple reports.American Airlines is classified as a…

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Senate passes deal to raise debt ceiling into December, sending measure to House

Senate passes deal to raise debt ceiling into December, sending measure to House

This post was originally published on this siteSenate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., said Democrats and Republicans reached a deal on a short-term extension of the debt ceiling into December.     

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Kids could be eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine by Halloween. Pediatricians plead for patience.

Kids could be eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine by Halloween. Pediatricians plead for patience.

This post was originally published on this siteExperts say parents need to be patient after COVID vaccine shots are approved for their younger kids while the system gears up to make them available.     

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Virginia GOP seizes on education as governor’s race nears finish line

Virginia GOP seizes on education as governor’s race nears finish line

This post was originally published on this siteVirginia Republicans led by gubernatorial nominee Glenn Youngkin are zeroing in on education and parents’ rights issues ahead of the commonwealth’s November elections, giving a glimpse into how the strategy could play ahead of next year’s midterm…

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The Postal Service is under siege. Black workers stand to lose the most.

The Postal Service is under siege. Black workers stand to lose the most.

The USPS has historically been known to benefit Black people in terms of social mobility and accessing the middle class

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Americans are shopping less often and limiting impulse buys as COVID breeds a more cautious consumer

Americans are shopping less often and limiting impulse buys as COVID breeds a more cautious consumer

This post was originally published on this siteAmericans are shopping less frequently and spending more per trip during COVID, a trend that could continue to some extent, hurting impulse purchases.     

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U.S. Job Growth Likely Picked Up in September

U.S. Job Growth Likely Picked Up in September

This post was originally published on this siteEconomists estimate that employers created 500,000 jobs in September, more than double the number added in August, according to a Wall Street Journal survey.

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With Biden Agenda at Stake, Activists Target Sinema, Dividing Democrats

With Biden Agenda at Stake, Activists Target Sinema, Dividing Democrats

This post was originally published on this siteProgressive activists have adopted more aggressive tactics against Senator Kyrsten Sinema and other centrist holdouts as she declined to answer questions and the stakes for President Biden’s agenda have risen.

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