U.S. consumer prices rose 4.2% in April from a year ago, faster than expected

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Coming up on "All About Bitcoin:" @MicroStrategy  prepares to buy up to $488 million in bitcoin with the proceeds of a $500 million bond sale it just completed. CEO @michael_saylor  joins at 3 p.m. ET to discuss.

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PM Boris Johnson says he had no choice but to delay his plan to lift England’s Covid restrictions until July 19 at the earliest, to allow more people to get their second vaccine dose

If you’re looking for a good book to read this summer, these are some of my favorites.

MSNBC isn't even pretending to be unbiased. Now they are just openly advocating for the Supreme Court to be packed with far-left judges.

US vaccinations up 1.3 million today Yet 56% of Americans (45% of adults) have yet to achieve very strong protection from by being fully vaccin #DeltaVariantted 

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Jamie Dimon says JPMorgan is hoarding cash because 'very good chance' inflation is here to stay

NATO members unite to face evolving threats from Russia and China

An inconvenient truth. Income of the lowest US income decile increased throughout the Trump presidency (before covid) & especially so in 2019. Data from @lisdata  and @jneugsch . More data soon.

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Vermont officials lifted all remaining Covid-19 restrictions as 80% of the state's eligible population received at least one shot of the vaccine

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