Fed Chairman Jerome Powell says US banking system is 'sound and resilient', and indicates central bank may soon pause rate rises
Los Angeles schools shut down as staff strike for better pay
Half a million pupils in the nation's second-largest school system will miss out on a daily education due to the strike, which was called following stalled contract talks.
House committee threatens State Department over Afghan documents
A Republican representative told Secretary of State Antony Blinken he would subpoena if the department does not produce documents on the US withdrawal from Afghanistan.
US FDA to decide on second Omicron Covid boosters
Health regulators are close to deciding on whether to authorise a second dose of the new Covid vaccine boosters for high-risk people and the elderly, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Fox News producer says she was pushed to lie about Dominion
A former staffer says she was coerced by company lawyers to give misleading testimony in Dominion Voting Systems' $1.6 billion lawsuit over the network's false claims of election fraud.
Exclusive: London-listed Dar Global plans new projects with the Trump Organisation as well as other partners, its chief executive says
Living near a busy road can increase the risk of hypertension, according to a new study, which calls for public health measures to reduce noise exposure