Month: June 2022

Europe Minister Beaune among top officials at risk in French parliamentary election

Europe Minister Beaune among top officials at risk in French parliamentary election

PARIS — Lose in the législatives and lose your job. That’s been the unwritten rule for French government ministers running…

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<div>To Fight Inflation, the Fed Is Declaring a War on Workers</div>

To Fight Inflation, the Fed Is Declaring a War on Workers

Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell plans to address sky-high inflation by hiking interest rates — acknowledging that doing so will…

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Germany’s Habeck vows tougher antitrust law after fuel relief flop

BERLIN — German Vice Chancellor Robert Habeck vowed to create new antitrust laws with “claws and teeth” that could target energy…

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<div>Senate Dems' best chances to expand majority may run through 2 unconventional lieutenant governors</div>

Senate Dems’ best chances to expand majority may run through 2 unconventional lieutenant governors

Two lieutenant governors hundreds of miles from each other may represent the Democratic Party’s best hope at gaining critical Senate…

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‘The IMF is evil’: Rich countries take aim at nations adopting crypto  

‘The IMF is evil’: Rich countries take aim at nations adopting crypto  

When Argentina’s central bank issued a de facto ban on trading digital assets, enraged cryptocurrency investors quickly fingered a culprit:…

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Decoding Hill leaders’ reactions to the gun framework

Probably the best sign for the bipartisan accord on gun reforms is how congressional leaders responded to it over the…

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<div>No, Our Homes Aren’t a Plaything for Speculators</div>

No, Our Homes Aren’t a Plaything for Speculators

The New York City Housing Authority has been starved of investment for decades — and it’s being used to justify…

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Finding a new job is possible — even when you’re burned out

Finding a new job is possible — even when you’re burned out

Shanée Benjamin for Vox Looking for a new job doesn’t have to be just another exhausting to-do list item. It’s…

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Brits working in Brussels sue Commission over Brexit ‘discrimination’

LONDON — A group of British officials working for the EU in Brussels are suing the European Commission on discrimination grounds…

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UK economy contracted 0.3 percent in April

U.K. output fell by 0.3 percent in April over March, according to data released by the Office for National Statistics…

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Turning miracles of science into reality for patients

Turning miracles of science into reality for patients

Brendan O’Callaghan, Executive Vice President for Global Industrial Affairs at Sanofi Brendan O’Callaghan is Executive Vice President for Global Industrial…

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Turning miracles of science into reality for patients

Transformer les miracles de la science en réalité pour les patients dans le monde

Brendan O’Callaghan, Executive Vice President for Global Industrial Affairs at Sanofi Brendan O’Callaghan, Vice-Président des Affaires Industrielles Globales, nous a…

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Macron’s enduring devotion to mediocre mediation

Macron’s enduring devotion to mediocre mediation

James Snell is a writer and researcher. He has written for Spectator World, Foreign Policy and other outlets. On May…

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No second chances for G7 climate action

Steve Trent is the founder and CEO of the Environmental Justice Foundation.   As of October 2021, the G7 —…

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Olaf Scholz gets lost in communication over war in Ukraine

Olaf Scholz gets lost in communication over war in Ukraine

BERLIN — Olaf Scholz promised Germans direct, no-nonsense politics. Yet befuddlement and obfuscation have often reigned since the chancellor started…

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Spain’s pop polarizer: The unlikely rise of Isabel Díaz Ayuso

Spain’s pop polarizer: The unlikely rise of Isabel Díaz Ayuso

Spain’s pop polarizer: The unlikely rise of Isabel Díaz Ayuso The president of the Madrid region has found success by…

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