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Why the November Jobs Report Is Better Than It Looks

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The number of jobs added was below expectations, but otherwise the report shows an economy on the right track.

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Supply Chain Snags Continued to Drive up Inflation in December

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The surge in coronavirus cases is idling workers at ports and trucking companies, while strong consumer demand continues to drive up the cost of shipping and energy.

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Case Records Across U.S. and Europe Are Broken As Omicron Wave Grows

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The Omicron variant is sweeping through the U.S. and many European countries with a swiftness outpacing anything witnessed over the past two years. U.S. daily cases topped 267,000, while Spain reported 100,000 infections. The variant appears milder, but its surge is sowing chaos. Here’s the latest.

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The Students Returned, but the Fallout From a Long Disruption Remained

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“They’re like, ‘The world’s out of control, why should I be in control?’” the principal of Liberty High School in Bethlehem, Pa., said of some of his struggling students.

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