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Could Social Security Checks Get A Bump Next Year?

A nonpartisan group estimates Social Security checks could get a 6% boost in 2022.


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Service Industry Employers Are Still Struggling To Fill Jobs

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Restaurant Owners Push For More Federal Aid Amid The Pandemic

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WTMJ: Continued Supply Chain Issues Frustrate Grocers

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U.S. Jobless Claims Tick Up From Near A Pandemic Low

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Program Helps Students Turn Artistic Passions Into Careers

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KMGH: Colorado Farmers Frustrated By Worker Shortage

0:24A specialist in Books and Manuscripts at Sotheby's, in New York, holds a 1787 printed copy of the U.S. Constitution.
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Sotheby's Puts Rare U.S. Constitution Copy Up For Auction

0:30A help-wanted sign is displayed at a gas station in Mount Prospect, Ill.
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Unemployment Claims Up After Hitting Pandemic Low

0:27A health worker administers a dose of a Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine
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President Meets With CEOs About Vaccine Mandate

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WXYZ: Vaccine Mandates Are Spooking Job Seekers In Michigan

Apple CEO Tim Cook introduces the new iPhone 13 smartphones.
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Apple Unveils Latest iPhone, Adds More Storage

An Apple store employee in New York on Feb. 5, 2021.
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Judge Loosens Apple's Grip On App Store In Epic Games Decision

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Food Delivery Companies Sue New York City Over Price Caps

Consumers shop at a Walmart store in Vernon Hills, Ill., Sunday, May 23, 2021.
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U.S. Producer Prices Up 8.3% In August From A Year Ago

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WRTV: Indiana's Vaccine Production Business Is Booming

0:35A Marriott human resources recruiter talks to a job seeker during a job fair at Hard Rock Stadium, Friday, Sept. 3, 2021.
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Jobless Claims Reach A Pandemic Low As Economy Recovers

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WXYZ: Companies Start Upping Insurance Costs For Unvaccinated Workers

0:17Demonstrators hold signs protesting El Salvador's adoption of Bitcoin as a legal national tender.
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El Salvador Struggles With Bitcoin National Currency Rollout

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KSHB: Why Some Businesses Are Struggling To Hire Enough Staff

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Pandemic Unemployment Benefits Expire On Labor Day


Why Trade Schools Are Gaining Traction

0:21Pickup trucks and vans are seen in a parking lot outside a General Motors assembly plant
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General Motors Halting Most Production In The U.S.

The logo of Apple is illuminated at a store.
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Apple Delays Plan To Scan iPhone Images For Child Sex Abuse

A hiring sign is seen at a retail store
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U.S. Adds Just 235,000 Jobs After 2 Strong Months

Cars parked outisde a General Motors assembly plant.
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GM, Ford To Temporarily Close Some Factories As Chip Shortage Worsens

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FAA Bans Virgin Galactic Launches While Investigating Branson Trip

A woman holds a sign with a picture of her son and wears a sign of others' loved ones lost to OxyContin and other opioids.
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Deal With OxyContin Maker Leaves Families Angry, Conflicted

A hiring sign is displayed outside a retail store in Buffalo Grove, Ill.
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U.S. Jobless Claims Reach A Pandemic Low As Hiring Strengthens

Pill bottles at a protest against Oxycontin, Purdue Pharma and the Sackler family.
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Judge Conditionally Approves Purdue Pharma Opioid Settlement

Consumers shop at a Walmart store in Vernon Hills, Illinois.
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U.S. Consumer Confidence Index Drops To Lowest Level Since February