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How one group is helping businesses in Manhattan's Chinatown
Businesses in Chinatowns across the U.S. are recovering after battling closures from the pandemic and a rise in hate crimes against the Asian American and Pacific Islander community.
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Drug exec emails mocked Appalachians as "pillbillies"
Emails presented in a civil case ​in West Virginia that accuses drug distributors of fueling the U.S. opioid epidemic.
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GOP senators "encouraged" after meeting with Biden on infrastructure
Senator Shelley Moore Capito said that she was "encouraged" by the meeting with the president.
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Feds target evictions by some of America's biggest landlords
In Houston, Tampa and the Atlanta suburbs, most eviction cases come from corporate landlords, according to advocacy group.
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Why Musk's bitcoin U-turn caused a crypto crash
Prices of bitcoin and other cryptos plunged after Tesla CEO reversed decision to accept digital currency as payment.
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Target pulls Pokemon cards, citing threat to workers
Soaring trading card prices are leading collectors to extremes and resulting in shopper brawls and even break-ins.
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Amazon to hire 75,000 logistics workers
World's biggest online retailer says new employees will get $100 if they're already vaccinated against COVID-19.
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Former IRS commissioner: Biden's tax plan would create fairer system
Fred Goldberg, a former IRS commissioner who also served as assistant treasury secretary for tax policy, joined CBSN to discuss an op-ed he and other former commissioners recently wrote in The Washington Post. The op-ed argues President Biden's tax proposal "would restore our tax administration system to make it far fairer and more effective."
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Gas shortages may linger due to pipeline cyberattack "hysteria"
Colonial Pipeline hopes to restore much of its operations by the end of the week
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Jobless claims fall to pandemic-era low as layoffs ease
Fewer than 600,000 people filed for first-time benefits last week, but nearly 17 million are still receiving assistance.
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Conspiracy theories swirl around Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine
Bots and anti-vaccination influencers are amplifying political and medical conspiracy theories around COVID-19 vaccines.
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