Witnesses urged senators to bake provisions to ensure equity into President Joe Biden’s proposed infrastructure package or they would risk repeating a history of public investments that locked African Americans and ...Read more
The head of the IRS calculated that tax evasion in the U.S. may total $1 trillion a year, a figure that is multiples higher than previous estimates from the federal government.
Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Chuck ...Read more
The U.S. government's highway safety agency is investigating complaints that the air bags may not inflate in a crash on thousands of General Motors vehicles.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says the ...Read more
The full implications of Beijing’s rapid-fire moves against Jack Ma’s internet empire in recent days won’t be apparent for weeks, but one lesson is already clear: The glory days for China’s technology giants are ...Read more
Boeing airplane orders and deliveries ticked upward in March as the 737 Max's return to service gained momentum and some airlines flying the airplane began to look toward a possible recovery from the pandemic downturn.
Shirley Ruge has long been fascinated with exploring her family tree. At one time, that meant many hours spent combing through records at courthouses and libraries.
For the last 20 years or so, the Indian Wells resident ...Read more
Google is urging the federal government to unravel red tape costing foreign workers their jobs, but Silicon Valley Congressman Ro Khanna says processing delays at the root of the problem will likely continue until COVID is...Read more
Americans who lost a job in the last 18 months are able to stay on or join their former employer's healthcare plan for free through Sept. 30. That provision of the American Rescue Plan Act went into effect April 1.
More ...Read more
WASHINGTON — To address the shortage of semiconductor chips kneecapping auto production, CEOs of the Detroit Three used a virtual meeting Monday with major tech companies to ask the Biden administration to help bolster ...Read more
Like just about everyone else right now, I'm wondering what life is going to be like once enough Americans have been vaccinated for COVID-19 that people feel comfortable venturing out into public life again.
For many ...Read more
As COVID-19 vaccinations ramp up, so are timelines for companies bringing workers back to the office.
The quicker-than-expected return to the workplace means CEOs and human resources departments are under increased ...Read more
The first controlled flight of drone on another planet — originally slated for Sunday — now won't happen before Wednesday at the earliest.
Based on data that arrived on Earth late Friday night, NASA put off the ...Read more
In a stunning blow to moviegoers, cinema chain Pacific Theatres and ArcLight Cinemas will not reopen its locations, the company said Monday.
"After shutting our doors more than a year ago, today we must share the ...Read more
The best joke offered in recent days by that superb comedy stylist Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., was the one where he advised corporate CEOs to "stay out of politics."
What's so rib-tickling about ...Read more
Medtronic has issued a warning about rapid unexpected battery depletion that may happen in seven kinds of implantable defibrillators, affecting nearly 340,000 implanted devices worldwide.
The Food and Drug Administration ...Read more
WASHINGTON — The CEOs of the Detroit Three and major tech companies met virtually with President Joe Biden and senior administration officials Monday to discuss the ongoing shortage of semiconductor chips, which have ...Read more
For Mom-and-Pop investors, it’s getting easier to buy cryptocurrency as part of a traditional stock-and-bond portfolio.
But the costs can add up, and it’s key to prepare for a possible tax bill down the road.
Federal prosecutors asked a judge Monday to appoint a veteran lawyer and former prosecutor to oversee reforms at the troubled United Auto Workers union following a corruption scandal.
Prosecutors have selected New York ...Read more
Roughly 8.8% of households in metro Detroit haven't taken what financial experts call the first step toward economic inclusion.
They don't have bank accounts. And it's costing them big money to cash checks and borrow ...Read more
At a former Kmart store in Des Plaines, Ill., the parking lot was full and a steady stream of people walked through the building’s sliding glass doors.
No one was there to shop: what was once the last remaining Kmart in...Read more
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