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Wednesday March 24th, 2021 5:07PM
Congress questions Texas officials about power grid failure
Congress is looking into the cause of last month's power blackouts across Texas
4:09PM ( 26 minutes ago )
A late slide, led by Big Tech, leaves US stock indexes lower
Stocks gave up an early gain and wound up broadly lower on Wall Street, led by declines in tech heavyweights like Facebook and Apple
4:09PM ( 26 minutes ago )
The Latest: Louisiana to open vaccines to age 16 and up
Louisiana will end its limits Monday on which adults can receive the coronavirus vaccine, giving access to anyone 16 and older who wants to schedule an appointment
4:05PM ( 30 minutes ago )
Conservationists sue to save spotted owl logging protections
Environmental groups have sued to preserve protections for 3.4 million acres of northern spotted owl habitat from the US-Canada border to California
4:04PM ( 31 minutes ago )
Technology sector slide pulls US stock indexes mostly lower
Stock indexes are mostly lower in afternoon trading Wednesday as a slide in technology companies outweighs gains by banks and elsewhere in the market
3:52PM ( 43 minutes ago )
Women's soccer stars join Biden to promote closing pay gap
President Joe Biden is making the case that the pay disparity between men and women has hurt the economy
3:48PM ( 47 minutes ago )
March 30 webinar will examine Hall County life one year after start of pandemic
The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce has scheduled another webinar to update the community on the status of COVID-19 in the region, focusing this time on what life looks like one year after the start of the pandemic.
10:00AM ( 3 days ago )
GDOT: More work planned this weekend on I-985 at Queen City Parkway
More work is planned this weekend on the I-985 southbound bridge over Queen City Parkway in Gainesville. T
4:06PM ( 6 days ago )
GDOL: Gainesville jobless rate drops to 3.3% in January
The employment picture in the Gainesville metro area is steadily showing improvement, according to Thursday morning's report from the Georgia Department of Labor.
7:02AM ( 6 days ago )
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US, Europe, NATO close ranks to counter 'aggressive' China
The United States and Europe are stepping up cooperation to respond to what the U.S. calls “aggressive and coercive” behavior by China
3:32PM ( 1 hour ago )
EU moves toward stricter export controls for COVID-19 shots
The European Union is moving toward stricter export controls for COVID-19 vaccines to boost its flagging vaccine drive
2:31PM ( 2 hours ago )
Stocks move higher as banks, industrial companies recover
Stocks were edging higher on Wednesday, helped by a recovery in banks and industrial stocks
2:15PM ( 2 hours ago )
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The Economy
Ex-US vaccine chief fired over sexual harassment allegations
The former U.S. science adviser for COVID-19 vaccines has been fired as board chair of a medical research company over sexual harassment allegations
12:50PM ( 3 hours ago )
Japan's Toyota, Isuzu, Hino join in truck technology tie up
Japanese automakers Toyota, Isuzu and Hino are forming a partnership in commercial vehicles to work together in electric, hydrogen, connected and autonomous driving technologies
5:53AM ( 10 hours ago )
Parler network founder claims GOP donor, others defamed him
The developer of the conservative social network Parler is alleging he was defamed and improperly ousted by a prominent Republican Party benefactor, two men who replaced him at the company and a political commentator known for supporting former President Donald Trump
6:41PM ( 21 hours ago )
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Corporate News
Google gets into sleep surveillance with new Nest Hub screen
Google’s next internet-connected 凯发k8app下载home device will test whether consumers are willing to trust the company on a new frontier: monitoring their sleep
3:01PM ( 1 week ago )
Biden consumer watchdog pick signals more aggressive stance
President Joe Biden’s nominee to run the federal consumer watchdog agency has indicated that if confirmed he would restore more aggressive enforcement actions against companies and banks that largely faded during the Trump administration
5:09PM ( 3 weeks ago )
Biden picks Chopra, Gensler for financial oversight roles
President-elect Joe Biden has chosen Rohit Chopra as the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, tapping a progressive ally of Sen. Elizabeth Warren to helm the agency whose creation she championed
5:41PM ( 2 months ago )
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Consumer News
The Latest: Georgia ready to open vaccines for teachers
After weeks of waiting and political pressure, Gov. Brian Kemp is ready to announce that teachers are up next for COVID-19 vaccinations in Georgia
6:22PM ( 3 weeks ago )
Gov Kemp set to announce plans to vaccinate teachers, others
Gov. Brian Kemp is ready to announce that teachers are up next for COVID-19 vaccinations in Georgia, after weeks of waiting
6:10PM ( 3 weeks ago )
Union says meatpacking workers should be vaccinated sooner
Hundreds of meatpacking workers have been vaccinated against the coronavirus but the union that represents many of them says several hundred thousand more have not, despite the risks they continue to face
9:08AM ( 1 month ago )
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Poultry & Egg Industry
Yellen, Powell say more needed to limit US economic damage
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell have told Congress that more must be done to limit the damage from the coronavirus pandemic
3:29PM ( 1 day ago )