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Many states ended pandemic-related federal unemployment programs early, but there's no evidence it sent more people back to work.
Groups large and small are vying for a piece of the pie and seeking lobbyists' help in influencing senators.
Major carmakers have already announced similar goals, even though EVs now make up just 2% to 3% of all auto sales in the U.S.
In her new book, economist Emily Oster presents a framework for data-based parenting decisions.
Textile manufacturing relies on access to a cheap and plentiful supply of water.
Nandita Godbole has stayed in Georgia for 11 years while seeking a job in California, where her husband waits for her and their daughter.