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Why does Hallmark Cards have a political action committee?

Jan 15, 2021
Following the insurrection, many companies have halted political donations, highlighting just how prevalent PACs are in corporate America.
A view of Father's Day cards at a Hallmark store.
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How much can a union help Google workers push for social justice?

Jan 8, 2021
Google’s demands continue a long tradition of unions advocating for social justice.
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Will the riot in Washington deter foreign investment in the U.S.?

Jan 8, 2021
Wednesday’s occupation of Capitol Hill stirred questions about the country’s political stability.
Pro-Trump supporters storming the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday.
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When will the economy return back to “normal”?

Dec 21, 2020
We may have some degree of economic normalcy by mid-summer, but full employment will likely take years, said experts.
People wearing protective masks walk by holiday windows in New York City.
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How COVID-19 changed Thanksgiving this year

Nov 25, 2020
As the pandemic continues, many are forgoing their traditions in favor of staying at home.
There will be fewer big gatherings on Thanksgiving this year, as many Americans follow health officials' advice and spend the holiday with just their immediate family or by themselves.
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Why are Pokémon card prices rising?

Nov 20, 2020
A 1st edition Charizard card can go for hundreds of thousands of dollars. Better dust off your old collection.
A still from "Pokemon: The First Movie," which was released in the U.S. in 1999.
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How much could Pfizer make from a COVID-19 vaccine?

Nov 12, 2020
A COVID vaccine from the pharmaceutical company has been shown to be highly promising.
A view of a Pfizer building in Puurs, Belgium.
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A primer on Joe Biden’s fiscal and economic policies

Nov 7, 2020
Biden has been declared the winner of the 2020 presidential election. What will he do for the U.S. economy?
President-elect Joe Biden delivering remarks on COVID-19 back in October in Wilmington, Delaware.
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