U.S. invigorates COVID-19 vaccination with new booster bids2021-10-18
The U.S. federal government is stepping up its COVID-19 vaccination efforts by preparing new vaccine boosters under a tight schedule and pressing the states to inoculate more people, including younger children with approval from health agencies.
U.S. returns to UN Human Rights Council2021-10-18
The United States was on Thursday elected a member of the UN Human Rights Council, following its withdrawal in June 2018.
U.S. House approves short-term debt limit increase to avert default2021-10-18
The U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday approved a bill to increase the nation's borrowing limit in the short term to avert a looming debt default, sending it to President Joe Biden's desk for his signature.
Blinken warns of "other options" if diplomacy fails on Iran nuclear issue2021-10-18
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Wednesday warned that the United States would turn to "other options" if diplomacy fails to curb Iran's nuclear program, saying "time is running short."
U.S. becomes global vaccination laggard due to politicization: media2021-10-18
Along political lines, the United States has become a global vaccine laggard, the percentage of its population inoculated lower than dozens of other nations, including all of its peers in the Group of Seven countries, reported USA Today on Monday.
未命名_副本.jpg U.S. warns of "twindemic" prior to holiday season with COVID-19 pill, booster vaccines in clearance2021-10-18
U.S. warns of "twindemic" prior to holiday season with COVID-19 pill, booster vaccines in clearance
U.S. supply chain prices soar as Logistics Managers' Index sets new records2021-10-18
Transportation and warehouse prices skyrocketed and set new records in September as the supply chain bent under mounting pressure.
U.S. treasury secretary hopes Congress will approve global corporate tax deal2021-10-18
U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said on Sunday that she hoped U.S. Congress would approve a key pillar of the global corporate tax deal agreed by some 136 countries and jurisdictions.
Biden urges U.S. businesses to implement vaccine requirements amid pushback2021-10-18
U.S. President Joe Biden on Thursday urged large companies and other organizations to implement his government's new COVID-19 vaccination mandates which have sparked concern and pushback.
未命名_副本.jpg U.S. Senate reaches deal on short-term debt-limit extension as potential default looms2021-10-18
U.S. Senate reaches deal on short-term debt-limit extension as potential default looms
Thousands of senior deaths prevented by COVID-19 vaccines, as unvaccinated remain major source of pandemic fatalities in U.S.2021-10-18
Coronavirus vaccines are having a big impact on preventing hospitalizations and deaths among seniors, one of the most vulnerable groups, according to a new study released by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
White House economists warn of potential global financial crisis if U.S. defaults on debt2021-10-18
"A default would have serious and protracted financial and economic effects. Financial markets would lose faith in the United States, the dollar would weaken, and stocks would fall," economists at the White House Council of Economic Advisers warned.
U.S. senators call on Biden to expel Russian diplomats over embassy dispute2021-10-18
Democratic and Republican senators called on President Joe Biden to expel Russian diplomats if Moscow does not issue more visas to U.S. diplomats.
U.S. urges for more vaccination against COVID-19, with help of mandates, guidelines2021-10-18
The United States is making progress against the current surge of the COVID-19 pandemic, but the country is not out of the woods yet, the medical advisor to the White House Anthony Fauci told ABC on Sunday, two days after the national death toll of the coronavirus surpassed the grim milestone of 700,000.
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