Printing money fuels inflation which is now over 60 percent in Argentina and expected to reach 90 percent by year end. By Patrick Gillespie and Scott SquiresBloomberg Published On 4 Aug 20224 Aug 2022 Argentina’s new Economy Minister Sergio Massa pledged Wednesday night to stop… Read More »Argentina’s new economic minister promises to stop printing money | Business and Economy News
Interning for a congressional representative or at the White House is one of the most prestigious entries any college student can put on their résumé. The catch: You often work free. For decades, many students who interned for government officials in Washington didn’t get a… Read More »Unpaid Internships Fall Out of Fashion in Washington
WHEN HEADS of state including President Biden, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and outgoing Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi posed for photos at last month’s G-7 Summit in Germany, it was clear they’d reached a consensus on at least one issue: Ties are passé. Though… Read More »How to Wear a Suit Without a Tie — More Successfully Than These World Leaders
“This bill is far from perfect. It’s a compromise. But it’s often how progress is made, by compromises. The fact is that my message to Congress is this: This is the strongest bill you can pass to lower inflation, cut the deficit, reduce health care… Read More »Biden urges Democrats to quickly pass Manchin and Schumer’s climate and economic deal
Momma turtle hit by car dies, but her eggs live onIn May, Blue Ridge Wildlife Center in Boyce, Va., Received and treated an adult female Eastern Painted Turtle that was hit by a car. Unfortunately, she had to be euthanized due to the severity of… Read More »Culpeper-area community briefs for July 28, 2022 | Lifestyles
But as he recovers from his Covid-19 infection, President Joe Biden faces a new moment of truth this week about an economy that is stuck in an identity crisis and buffeted by unpredictable outside forces – and his White House knows it, as advisers scramble… Read More »Biden faces moment of truth on the economy this week
Text size Higher fossil fuel prices could increase consumer demand for green products like solar roof panels. Andrew Caballero / AFP / Getty Images Congressional climate legislation suffered another setback last week after Sen. Joe Manchin, who would have cast the Democrats’ crucial vote in… Read More »Biden’s Climate Bill is Stalled. Why an Analyst Still Sees Opportunity in Clean Tech.