Private payrolls added 571K in October, beating expectations

Private payrolls added 571K in October, beating expectations

This post was originally published on this siteU.S. private sector businesses added 571,000 workers in October, according to a Wednesday report released by payroll processor ADP, beating market expectations.Economists expected U.S. private payrolls to add roughly 400,000 last month as the U.S….

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Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen says she’s confident inflation will ease next year

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen says she’s confident inflation will ease next year

This post was originally published on this site Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen says she expects inflation pressures to ease in the latter half of next year. Yellen spoke to NPR from Scotland, where she’s attending climate meetings. (Image credit: Paul Ellis/AFP via Getty Images)

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Pelosi adds 4 weeks of paid family and medical leave back into social spending bill

Pelosi adds 4 weeks of paid family and medical leave back into social spending bill

This post was originally published on this siteHouse Speaker Nancy Pelosi, in a major shift, announced on Wednesday that four weeks of paid family and medical leave will be added back into the social spending bill, after Democrats had previously scrapped the provision from the package.

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Cities across US elect their first Black mayors

Cities across US elect their first Black mayors

This post was originally published on this siteCities across the United States elected their first Black mayors in elections on Tuesday.Black candidates in Pittsburgh, Kansas City and St. Petersburg, Fla., rose to victory on Tuesday while making history as the cities’ first Black mayors….

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McAuliffe concedes defeat to Youngkin

McAuliffe concedes defeat to Youngkin

This post was originally published on this site Democrat Terry McAuliffe conceded defeat to Republican Glenn Youngkin Wednesday morning, acknowledging there’s no path remaining for him to overtake Youngkin as vote-tallying continues in Virginia’s closely watched race for governor. “Congratulations to Governor-Elect Glenn Youngkin on his victory,” McAuliffe said in...

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Republicans will use Congressional Review Act to challenge Biden vaccine mandate

Republicans will use Congressional Review Act to challenge Biden vaccine mandate

This post was originally published on this siteForty Senate Republicans led by Sen. Mike Braun (R-Ind.), the ranking member of a Senate committee on employment and workforce safety, say they will use the Congressional Review Act (CRA) to challenge President Biden’s new order requiring large…

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Republican Glenn Youngkin captures the governor’s mansion in Virginia

Republican Glenn Youngkin captures the governor’s mansion in Virginia

This post was originally published on this siteVoters in Virginia have elected Republican Glenn Youngkin as the next governor after years of Democratic control. The GOP win could signify a hard road to 2022 for Democrats nationwide.

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Black former police captain Eric Adams wins New York mayoral election

Black former police captain Eric Adams wins New York mayoral election

This post was originally published on this site Democrat Eric Adams won New York City’s mayoral race on Tuesday on promises to boost public safety and give voice to working-class residents, drawing on his experience as a police captain and as a Black man who experienced police brutality as a...

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