Health experts criticize CDC for confusing messaging; Biden sending teams to overwhelmed states: COVID updates

Health experts criticize CDC for confusing messaging; Biden sending teams to overwhelmed states: COVID updates

This post was originally published on this siteHealth experts say inconsistent transparency and leaving errors unacknowledged all contribute to the CDC’s “messaging problem.” Latest updates.     

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TSMC to Boost Chip Production With Up to $44 Billion Investment

TSMC to Boost Chip Production With Up to $44 Billion Investment

This post was originally published on this siteThe world’s largest contract chip maker said that it has set 2022’s capital expenditure budget at $40 billion to $44 billion, a record.

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Lindsey Graham warns Mitch McConnell he needs to make up with Trump or ‘fail’

Lindsey Graham warns Mitch McConnell he needs to make up with Trump or ‘fail’

Lindsey Graham warns Mitch McConnell he needs to make up with Trump or ‘fail’

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Obamacare is proving popular in red states that didn’t expand Medicaid

Obamacare is proving popular in red states that didn’t expand Medicaid

This post was originally published on this siteWhen Pedro Peña lost his job as a restaurant cook at the start of the coronavirus pandemic, he applied for Medicaid to replace his job-based insurance. A diabetic, Peña understood the importance of being covered.

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Mitch McConnell lashes out at Biden

Mitch McConnell lashes out at Biden

This post was originally published on this site Republican Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell lashed out at President Joe Biden on Wednesday, accusing him of widening the US political divide with his push for voting rights reform and call to change the Senate rules. “We have a sitting president —...

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College Enrollment Dropped Again in Fall 2021, Despite Vaccines

College Enrollment Dropped Again in Fall 2021, Despite Vaccines

This post was originally published on this siteTotal undergraduate enrollment has dropped by about 1.2 million students since the fall of 2019, researchers say.

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Biden will head to Capitol Hill to make the case on voting rights despite major obstacles

Biden will head to Capitol Hill to make the case on voting rights despite major obstacles

This post was originally published on this sitePresident Joe Biden will travel to Capitol Hill on Thursday as he continues to push for passage of voting legislation in Congress, despite the uphill battle Democrats face amid Republican opposition and resistance within their own ranks to changing Senate rules.

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Texas-style abortion bans proliferate as court battle looms

Texas-style abortion bans proliferate as court battle looms

This post was originally published on this siteState legislators who oppose abortion rights are preparing legislation to mirror a Texas law passed last year that would allow residents to sue doctors who perform abortions, as the U.S. Supreme Court considers striking down or undermining the half-…

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Swing state Trump supporters are on track to raise record-breaking donations for Secretary of State races: report

Swing state Trump supporters are on track to raise record-breaking donations for Secretary of State races: report

This post was originally published on this site Republicans who have echoed former President Donald Trump’s claims of massive voter fraud are raising substantial amounts of money to fund secretary of state campaigns for the 2022 midterm elections. According to HuffPost, candidates running in key swing states are also on...

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Inflation Surge Is on Many Executives’ List of 2022 Worries

Inflation Surge Is on Many Executives’ List of 2022 Worries

This post was originally published on this siteNearly 60% of U.S. CEOs expect elevated inflation to continue until at least mid-2023, according to a survey by the Conference Board, with labor shortages their top concern for 2022.

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