States Explored Litigation to Challenge U.S. Policy on Climate Change

WASHINGTON—Nearly two dozen Democratic-led states at odds with the Trump administration on climate-change policy joined forces last year to explore

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United Begins Flying Pfizer’s Covid-19 Vaccine

United Airlines Holdings Inc. on Friday began operating charter flights to position doses of Pfizer Inc.’s Covid-19 vaccine for quick

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Midwestern Governors Seek More Federal Covid-19 Aid for Businesses

A growing number of governors are calling for another round of coronavirus-relief legislation from Washington, saying they are unable to

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Justice Department Clears Intuit to Buy Credit Karma

The Justice Department cleared Credit Karma Inc.’s pending $7.1 billion sale to TurboTax maker Intuit Inc. after the two companies

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U.S. Puts Tariffs on Chinese Twist-Ties

WASHINGTON—The Trump administration has imposed a small but groundbreaking set of tariffs, penalizing Chinese twist-ties on grounds that Beijing undervalued

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EU fell short in vetting BlackRock for green banking rules, watchdog says

By Kate Abnett, Simon Jessop BRUSSELS/LONDON (Reuters) – The European Commission failed to properly consider conflicts of interest when it

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Top Biden adviser seen as making tech regulation more likely

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – President-elect Joe Biden’s top technology adviser helped craft California’s landmark online privacy law and recently condemned

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FDA Authorizes Regeneron’s Covid-19 Antibody Cocktail Drug

Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc.’s Covid-19 antibody drug was authorized Saturday by U.S. health regulators, the second cleared this month to treat

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