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Texas And Mississippi Fall Covid-19 Restrictions — Even Veil Mandates

Topline Texas and Mississippi are both dropping their Covid-19 restrictions on businesses and ending their mask mandates, the states’ governors announced Tuesday, the latest in a string of states that have relaxed or dropped restrictions as cases have fallen nationwide despite public health officials strongly urging against it. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott. ASSOCIATED PRESS Key…

Sidney Powell’s Final ‘Kracken’ Cases Thrown Out By Supreme Court docket

Topline The U.S. Supreme Court denied requests to review far-right attorney Sidney Powell’s post-election cases in Arizona and Wisconsin Monday, the last of her cases to be rejected by the high court as the lawyer has continued to push conspiracy theories about election fraud. Attorney Sidney Powell speaks during a rally on Wednesday, Dec. 2,…

Biden Starting up To Decrease Income Threshold For Novel Stimulus Assessments As $1.9 Trillion Proposal Heads To Senate

Topline White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said Sunday morning that President Joe Biden is still open to reducing the number of Americans who receive another round of stimulus checks in order to better target low-income workers and to help Biden's $1.9 trillion proposal garner the support it needs from lawmakers ahead of a crucial…

These are The United States’s 10 most overpaid CEOs

Sundar Pichai, the CEO of Alphabet, Google’s parent company, was paid $280 million in 2019. That is 1,085 times the compensation of the average Alphabet employee (about $258,000) and—according to an analysis published on Feb. 24 by As you Sow, a shareholder advocacy organization—way too much.Pichai, whom As You Sow claims was overpaid by nearly…

The pesky pandemic wall

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Vaccines for all, canceling student debt, Egyptian pet cemetery

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India’s ingesting areas and lodges are not giving online aggregators enough credit

As travel and eating out resume in post-pandemic India, the love-hate relationship between hotels and restaurant owners and online aggregators of their services has come to the fore—yet again.On Feb. 26, the Federation of Hotel & Restaurant Associations of India (FHRAI) initiated the #GoDirect, #BookDirect, and #OrderDirect campaigns on social media to urge patrons to…

How logistics startups would possibly perhaps presumably well also make Africa’s greatest free trade situation work

African logistics startups are positioning themselves to play a key role in the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCTA), the largest free-trade area in the world by the number of participating countries, which launched on Jan. 1.As businesses that tend to think about being in multiple markets from the onset, startups can help tackle some…

Poland Finance Minister Koscinski Principles Out Extra Help to Banks on Franc Loan Fix

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GOP’s Gosar Skipped Covid-19 Lend a hand Vote To Sigh At Convention With Ties To White Nationalism

Topline Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.) faces backlash after he stated he was unable to attend the coronavirus aid bill vote in Washington on Friday due to safety concerns related to the pandemic, yet traveled to Orlando, Florida, that day as keynote speaker for the "America First Political Action Conference," organized by Nicholas Fuentes, who has…

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