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  1. U.S. Backs Waiver of Intellectual Property Protection for Covid-19 Vaccines

    U.S. Backs Waiver of Intellectual Property Protection for Covid-19 Vaccines

    Biden administration supports WTO proposal aimed at speeding up global vaccine production

  2. Unemployment Claims Are Expected to Continue Easing

    Unemployment Claims Are Expected to Continue Easing

    Fewer worker filings for benefits is another sign of a labor-market rebound

  3. Ant Looks to Revamp a Controversial Business Without Sparking an Outcry

    Ant Looks to Revamp a Controversial Business Without Sparking an Outcry

    Company needs to turn its ‘mutual-aid’ service, a type of crowdfunded medical coverage with nearly 91 million members, into a regulated business

  4. Texas Legislature Set to Vote on Election Bill

    Texas Legislature Set to Vote on Election Bill

    Republicans say proposed legislation would increase election security, while Democrats say it would restrict voting access

  5. Trump Is Still Banned on YouTube. That Could Change.

    Trump Is Still Banned on YouTube. That Could Change.

    The video-sharing giant says it is continuing to monitor threat of violence in wake of Jan. 6 Capitol riot

  6. Dogecoin’s 12,000% Rally Spurs Hunt for Next Crypto Winner

    Dogecoin’s 12,000% Rally Spurs Hunt for Next Crypto Winner

    Individual investors are betting that cheaper alternatives to bitcoin and dogecoin will skyrocket in price and make them money

  7. Investors Bet on Dollar’s Slow Downward Drift

    Investors Bet on Dollar’s Slow Downward Drift

    Hedge funds, asset managers scoop up derivatives that pay off when the dollar declines slowly or stays in a narrow range

  8. Covid-19 Vaccines Vs. Infections, in One Chart

    Covid-19 Vaccines Vs. Infections, in One Chart

    Vaccination rates in some states have reached levels that appear to be a factor in tamping down the virus

  9. SpaceX Starship Lands on Fifth Attempt

    SpaceX Starship Lands on Fifth Attempt

    Elon Musk’s venture wants to prepare vehicles for eventual missions to Mars

  10. Bill and Melinda Gates Divorce Highlights Rise of Older-Age Splits

    Bill and Melinda Gates Divorce Highlights Rise of Older-Age Splits

    Divorce rates among couples over 50—sometimes called ‘gray divorce’— have risen despite an overall decline. Some counselors expect soul-searching during the pandemic to accelerate the trend.