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Republicans Block Democratic Effort To Raise The Debt Ceiling As Officials Warn Of Economic Catastrophe

Topline Republicans shut down the latest Democratic tactic to quickly raise the debt ceiling Tuesday afternoon as the U.S. approaches a possible
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Congress must raise debt limit by Oct. 18, Treasury Secretary Yellen warns in new letter as default looms

Janet Yellen, U.S. Treasury Secretary, testifies before Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Financial Services, about the FY22 Treasury budget
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Expensive housing is the reason the planet is burning, the rich are getting richer, and women are choosing to have fewer children

Rising home prices are contributing the greatest economic crisis of the 21st Century. The housing affordability crisis has exacerbated inequality,
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The 40-year-old millennial and the 24-year-old Gen Zer are in charge of America right now

The economy, influence and spending are currently controlled by the oldest millennials and the oldest Gen Zers. Financial behavior of the 40-year
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Biden says unvaccinated Americans are 'costing all of us' as he presses Covid vaccine mandates

President Joe Biden blamed Americans who have not been vaccinated for slowing down the U.S. economy's recovery. He also accused some elected
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Evergrande crisis will hurt China’s economic growth, says former central bank advisor

This article is 3333-HK According to an ex-advisor to China's central banking, Evergrande's debt crisis is expected to slow down China’s economic
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House passes bill to avoid government shutdown, suspend debt limit — but it faces Senate roadblocks with deadlines near

After holding her weekly press conference on the U.S. Capitol, Nancy Pelosi (D–CA), the Speaker of the House leaves Washington, DC. Tuesday's House
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US unfairly targeting Chinese over industrial spying, says report

Civil rights groups have been accusing the US Department of Justice of using racial profiling to target scientists of Chinese descent for years. A
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Op-ed: Will China's President Xi’s big bet pay off?

The most daring geopolitical wager of the 21st Century is made by the Chinese President Xi Jinping. The head-spinner series of seemingly unrelated
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US stocks fall as traders remain cautious on economic growth outlook

Traders are seen working on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Spencer Platt/Getty Images The US stock market fell on Thursday with the S&P 500