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cnn-drops-rick-santorum-after-dismissive-comments-about-native-americans
Rick Santorum, the former Pennsylvania Senator and Republican presidential candidate, was stripped from his role as CNN's political commentator when he controversially debated recent statements that appeared to erase the role of Native Americans in US history.Matt Dornic, head of strategic communications at CNN, confirmed in an email on Saturday that the network had "separated" from the former senator.Mr....
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why-asian-americans-on-wall-street-are-breaking-their-silence
Alex Chi, Goldman SachsSource: Goldman SachsA year after the pandemic began in New York City, something snapped in Alex Chi.The 48-year-old Goldman Sachs banker had been inundated with articles and video clips of horrifying, seemingly random attacks on Asian Americans in his home town. Then, in late March, eight people were gunned down in the Atlanta area — most...
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where-are-unvaccinated-americans-traveling-big-cities-study-suggests
Vaccinated and unvaccinated Americans have different attitudes about traveling this spring, according to a marketing tech company. And they don't differ in the way you might assume.Data from New York's Zeta Global suggests that given the rise in travel bookings, unvaccinated Americans are more comfortable traveling - and to more populated places - than vaccinated people.Vaccinated people wait...
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stimulus-payments-for-many-low-income-americans-are-still-being-processed-heres-why
Tens of millions of lower-income Americans are still waiting for their stimulus checks, but some progress has been made towards paying them.Individuals receiving Social Security, Supplemental Security Income, Railroad Retirement Board, and Veterans Affairs benefits - while not having to file tax returns for failing to meet income thresholds - have faced delays because the Internal Revenue Service did...
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covid-fraud-costs-americans-382-million
Visoot Uthairam | Moment | Getty ImagesCovid pandemic-related fraud has cost Americans $ 382 million, according to the Federal Trade Commission.By Tuesday, according to the federal government, more than 217,000 people had submitted a coronavirus-related fraud report to the agency since January 2020. The median loss was $ 330.The losses for seniors were higher, however -...
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