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How the U.S. Got It (Mostly) Right in the Economy’s Rescue

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“Now that we need them, there’s no freaking help,” he said. Research from Eliza Forsythe, an economist at the University of Illinois, found that from...
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State Lawmakers Defy Governors in a Covid-Era Battle for Power

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Partisan warfare over pandemic lockdowns and mask-wearing is on the wane in Washington: A bitter presidential election has been decided, coronavirus cases are plummeting nationally...
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PPP Aid to Small Businesses: How Much Did $500 Billion Help?

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Anecdotes like Mr. Geismann’s, however, aren’t straightforward to interpret. Perhaps Schuchart and companies like it would have found another way to make ends meet, or...
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State Capitols ‘on High Alert,’ Fearing More Violence

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It was opening day of the 2021 legislative session, and the perimeter of the Georgia State Capitol on Monday was bristling with state police officers...
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Trump Officials Push Ambitious Vaccine Timeline as California Locks Down

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As cases surge and hospital beds fill up, federal officials said a vaccine could be distributed to as many as 24 million people by mid-January....
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‘Loser’: How a Lifelong Fear Bookended Trump’s Presidency

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In the now-distant Republican presidential primaries of 2016, Senator Ted Cruz of Texas handily won the Iowa caucuses. This was determined by a method that...