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Critics have intensified calls for a new Federal Reserve chair following Powell's financial disclosures, says Rachel Siegel of The Washington Post.
Consumers are seeing rising prices for food, particularly beef, pork and poultry. That's forcing some to shift their eating habits.
For starters, California is the biggest agricultural producer in the U.S.
Democrats are revising the threshold for monitoring bank deposits and withdrawals. But would a strained IRS be up to the task?
Along with protecting the lunch hour, the bank also suggested meetings should be no more than 45 minutes.
A record number of workers are quitting their jobs, and some are changing direction to explore new careers.