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    President Biden’s job agenda after one year in office

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  • Defining Covid hospitalization numbers

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  • Income inequality affects minorities, less educated in post-pandemic recovery

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  • Unemployment clawback: States asking unemployed to pay back benefits

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  • Millions of jobless Americans lose federal pandemic unemployment aid as benefits program ends

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  • How changes to food programs impact American families as the pandemic surges

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  • Why business travel may never bounce back from Covid pandemic

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  • CDC issue new moratorium on evictions

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  • White House pushes to reinstate expired eviction moratorium

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  • How rising inflation is impacting consumer product buying

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  • $5.2 billion deal passed in California to help tenants pay back rent

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  • Alaska makes a post-pandemic tourism push

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  • Yellen on Biden infrastructure plans: ‘We should pay for’ these investments

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  • Millions of job openings go unfilled as millions collect some form of unemployment

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  • Americans rush to reschedule as the country reopens

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  • Problems we could face from having 'vaccinated class'

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  • Paycheck protection program denying some small businesses much-needed help

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  • White House: Some Americans can expect stimulus checks 'as early as this weekend'

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  • President Biden signs $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill

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  • Comfort purchases and pent-up demand: Exploring pandemic spending

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1.5 million people file for unemployment, national total at 44 million

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NBC News’ Jo Ling Kent details the newest numbers from the U.S. Labor Department showing 1.5 million Americans have filed for unemployment, bringing the total number of claims during the coronavirus pandemic to over 44 million.