Whistleblower Frances Haugen called Facebook's algorithm dangerous. Matt McClain/The Washington Post via APFormer Facebook product manager Frances Haugen testified before the U.S. Senate on Oct. 5, 2021, that the company’s social media platforms “harm children, stoke division and weaken our democracy.”
General Motors, Toyota, Honda, Stellantis and Nissan reported recent declines as problems in the global supply chain held down output and inventories.
The Treasury secretary, testifying alongside Jerome H. Powell, the Federal Reserve chair, implored Congress to raise or suspend the nation’s borrowing cap before an Oct. 18 deadline.
Other Democrats fretted about diversity at the Federal Reserve as Chair Jerome H. Powell testified ahead of an imminent personnel shake-up.
The president canceled a trip to Chicago in an attempt to salvage a pair of bills containing trillions of dollars in spending on infrastructure, education, climate change and more.
Mr. Powell is facing down progressive pushback and an ethics scandal as the White House considers his future.
Why the super-rich are targeting the Mount Rushmore state. Dean Alberga/Handout/World Archery Federation via Getty ImagesA trove of confidential documents outlining how global elites squirrel away their wealth to avoid tax has been laid bare in the “Pandora Papers.”
Even as more costly fuel poses political risks for President Biden, oil companies and OPEC are not eager to produce more because they worry prices will drop.
Defector, The Daily Memphian, The Dispatch and other outlets of recent vintage are driving a shift in the digital media business.