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After high school years interrupted by COVID, students calculate the cost of college differently
This spring, there were 14.2 million undergraduates in the U.S., about 9% fewer than in spring 2019.
Clawing back unspent COVID funds might contribute to a debt ceiling solution — but not much
The exact amount left from pandemic spending bills could be as little as $30 billion — a fraction of this year’s federal deficit.
Shanghai lockdown a year on: Is it still the same financial hub?
Shanghai's 2022 lockdown, which lasted two months, left economic and psychological scars on the metropolis.
Moderna will charge around $130 for its COVID vaccine — and Congress isn't too happy
But the pharma company promised that individuals won't pay the full amount.
China's big question after ending "zero-COVID" rules: How many have died?
David struggled to help his 83-year-old father before he died of COVID. Will his father's death be counted in China's official toll?
Sundance Film Fest and other big events are back after battle with omicron
Hundreds of businesses rely on major commercial and arts gatherings for much of their annual income.
China ends zero-COVID, but are consumers ready to spend?
Chinese officials have lifted the harshest restrictions of the zero-COVID policy, but consumers are still cautious amid surging infections.
China's zero-COVID whiplash
China has abandoned its sweeping restrictions after nearly three years. Heads are spinning from the speed of the change, and infections are spreading quickly.
Once pandemic emergency protections end, millions likely to lose Medicaid
As many as 15 million people may lose Medicaid coverage after the pandemic emergency is formally declared over. But the government’s own projections show many of them will still qualify. They’ll just get hung up in the paperwork.
Federal funds for COVID testing and vaccines are running low
The White House has been asking Congress to allocate more funds, but that hasn't happened.