Biden signs spending invoice, says middle class won’t pay ‘penny more’ despite analysis

President Biden on Tuesday signed the Inflation Discount Act, which spends $437 billion on environmental and healthcare applications, and insisted the middle class won’t pay “a penny more” in taxes — despite independent analysis that says in any other case. “I’m keeping my campaign commitment. No one — let me emphasize this — no one […]

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Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla tests positive for COVID, has mild symptoms

Pfizer Chief Government Officer Albert Bourla mentioned on Monday he had examined positive for COVID-19 and was experiencing very mild symptoms. Bourla, 60, mentioned he had began a course of the corporate’s oral COVID-19 antiviral therapy, Paxlovid, and was isolating and following all public well being precautions. “I am confident that I will have a speedy recovery,” Bourla mentioned […]

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Carnival drops exemption request for unvaxxed company, eases testing requirements

Carnival Cruise Line is easing its testing requirements for vaccinated passengers and permitting unvaccinated company to journey with out an exemption.  The cruise firm will not demand testing for vaccinated passengers staying onboard for beneath 16 nights. Moreover, unvaccinated company will not be required to file exemption requests. “Carnival is pleased to announce new guidelines effective for cruises departing […]

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Rep. Carolyn Maloney questioned vaccine safety in military

Rep. Carolyn Maloney expressed alarm about “vaccine related health risks” for US troopers and different military personnel, which critics say proves the congresswoman contributed to anti-vaccine hysteria and hesitancy. Maloney — presently in a major struggle with longtime ally Rep. Jerrold Nadler and lawyer Suraj Patel in the newly drawn twelfth Congressional District — despatched […]

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