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House Democrats want Biden to repeal campus protections in sexual misconduct cases.
A detailed new report shows no racial disparities in crimes committed versus arrests made.
New York City, San Francisco and Washington, D.C., saw the lowest price growth among major cities
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The currency is rising as bond yields increase, making dollar-denominated debt more appealing.
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Square’s acquisition of Jay-Z’s music streaming service, Tidal, isn’t stopping a sharp slide in the payments app’s stock.
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Restaurants have either shut down or reduced their operations, which has affected wine sales. This means bargains for consumers, if they know where to look.
Jackie Polzin’s novel finds the joy in raising chickens, baking — even cleaning.
Amanda Gorman’s viral inaugural poem hits shelves, as does Walter Isaacson’s latest.