The Senate must now move quickly to pass a stopgap spending bill to avert a government shutdown at midnight.
The Boppy Company lounger pads, which federal regulators say can cause suffocation, were sold by retailers including Pottery Barn Kids, Walmart, Target and Amazon.
The prior algorithm adjusted calculations for Black patients—making it harder for them to qualify for transplants and other treatments.
Sixty-one vessels were anchored offshore on Thursday waiting to unload cargo at the Port of Los Angeles and the Port of Long Beach, down from 73 on Sunday.
The government said it is "looking at options" to deal with labour shortages ahead of Christmas.
Saule Omarova, a Cornell law professor, has advocated a more equal share of power and success between taxpayers and big banks.
Kristy Edmunds is to replace the museum’s longtime leader, Joseph C. Thompson, in October.
The energy price crisis is "a worry" for Britain’s car sector as it looks to attract companies to build batteries and electric vehicles in the future, the industry’s trade body has warned.
The most common method of assessing the condition may make Black patients seem less ill than they really are, some experts say. A new report calls for scrapping the formula.
The country’s central bank lowered the interest rate to 18 percent, below the annual rate of inflation, which was 19.3 percent in August.
Gen Mattis, a former defence secretary, was unsure who to believe when the Theranos founder was accused of fraud.
Once upon a time, which is to say about a century ago, central bankers did not communicate in the way normal people do.
The investor which bought KPMG's UK restructuring arm is vying with Lord Hammond, the former chancellor, for control of Amey, one of the UK's biggest outsourcing groups.
Business minister Paul Scully says the government needs to plan for a lengthy spell of high gas prices.
A potential shortage of Christmas trees and higher prices could hit shoppers this festive season in the latest fallout from the labour and supply chain difficulties facing the UK.
Known as “Africa’s answer to Oprah,” Abudu has built a media empire aimed at bringing Nigerian stories to the world. Her huge Netflix deal should help.
Slowing sales, a decline in over-asking contract prices, and fewer bidding wars in many areas are among recent shifts.
The push to make USB-C connectors standard on all mobile devices would primarily affect Apple, which uses proprietary technology for charging.
The Advertising Standards Authority will launch inquiries into false environmental claims made in ads.
The oil firm said only "a handful" of sites are affected by the fuel supply issues.
BP says it is "prioritising" fuel deliveries across its network of branded filling stations as some are hit by the national shortage of HGV and tanker drivers.
As fears of the fallout from the Chinese property developer’s potential collapse fade, some investors see an opportunity.
From "cancelled" Christmas dinners to numerous energy suppliers collapsing and items missing from supermarket shelves, many industry experts claim Britain is in crisis.
British Airways has scrapped plans to relaunch short-haul flights from Gatwick Airport after suspending them during the COVID pandemic.
Ford Motor Company is nearing a decision to build a new generation of electric transmission systems at its Halewood plant on Merseyside, a move that would herald positive news for the British automotive industry.
The Bank of England keeps its interest rate at 0.1% and maintains its bond-buying programme.
The Bank of England has again ramped up its warnings about rising prices and admitted the economy is not growing as fast as it had expected.
Low-income families face a £710 rise in costs, the Joseph Rowntree Foundation estimates.
European companies warned on Thursday that China’s push to replace imports was harmful, but American companies are more eager to cooperate with Beijing.
Shares in Evergrande, a big property developer burdened with huge debt, jumped 18 percent Thursday.
Staff should not have the right to ask for flexible working from day one of new job, an employer says.
As the nation shifts to electric vehicles, picture well-kept but long discontinued gas-powered pickups, especially in areas where charging stations may be sparse.
A White House analysis using an unconventional methodology says the wealthiest Americans pay far less in taxes than others.
The boss of Iceland has told Sky News the "array" of pressures facing the supermarket sector is a worry but there is no need for customers to panic buy in the run-up to Christmas.
Despite having one of the world’s toughest laws against online hate speech and harassment, Germany has struggled to contain toxic content ahead of its Sept. 26 election.
“The hardworking warehouse employees who have helped sustain us during these unprecedented times should not have to risk injury or face punishment,” Gov. Gavin Newsom said.
The Unite union says it will "do everything in our power to mitigate or prevent" job losses.
Foreign secretary Liz Truss will travel to Mexico to push for the country's support for the UK to join an international trade pact.
Regulators said that people over 65 or at high risk of severe Covid-19 were eligible for an extra shot, setting up a staggered national booster campaign.
Several energy suppliers, such as Avro Energy and Green, have gone bust in recent weeks.
Mike Schroepfer, who leads the company’s artificial intelligence and other technical efforts, said he planned to transition into a role as a senior fellow.
The central bank may start paring back its emergency support for the economy 'soon' - but didn't say when.
The US Federal Reserve has signalled that it could soon start scaling back its emergency pandemic policies even as the recovery slows - with inflation pressures persisting.
A lawsuit by its former operations chief says that as loanDepot prepared to go public, its founder pushed workers to approve mortgages without documentation.
The Federal Reserve is embroiled in an unusual drama: Some officials traded stocks and other financial products last year, prompting calls for an investigation.
Tesco has warned the government that it is worried about panic-buying in the run-up to Christmas as a shortage of HGV drivers results in empty shelves.
On Oct. 12, the Harvard researcher and biotech company founder David Sinclair talks with Andrew Ross Sorkin about the quest for immortality.
The Federal Reserve officials also predicted that they might start to raise interest rates next year.
At what stage will there be a tipping point?
The Federal Reserve said it could soon slow its large-scale purchases of government-backed debt and indicated it might raise interest rates in 2022.
The Federal Reserve is expected to clearly signal that it will slow bond purchases later this year. But the meeting comes as stocks sink.
The Fed is embroiled in an unusual drama: Some officials traded stocks and other financial products last year, prompting calls for an investigation.
Empty supermarket shelves may become commonplace as labour shortages bite, industry bodies say.
Major outlets have highlighted the case of Gabrielle Petito while often ignoring stories about women of color who go missing.
The European Central Bank put the region’s economy under a microscope to assess the impact of climate change action and inaction.
Government regulation will never fix everything wrong with online discourse. The industry needs to develop professional norms—just as journalism once did.
It takes a brave board of directors to reject a takeover bid at a juicy premium to where the share price was before.