Trade Representative Katherine Tai outlined her vision for the battered World Trade Organization, saying the U.S. wanted to re-engage and address working people’s concerns.
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A single-family home from the 1950s is now a rental complex and a vision of California’s future.
Economic policymakers have said inflation will prove temporary, but rising rents may challenge that view and pressure Washington to react.
Consumer Price Index data from the Labor Department showed that prices kept climbing in September, as supply chain snarls and rising rents fueled rapid inflation.
In the Middle East, Africa and Latin America, government-owned energy companies are increasing oil and natural gas production as U.S. and European companies pare supply because of climate concerns.
About 10,000 unionized employees walked out, as worker activism rises during nationwide labor shortages.
Some companies haven’t been raising prices. Instead, they’ve been cutting back customer services and conveniences, but how should that be measured?
The Port of Los Angeles will join the Port of Long Beach in operating 24/7 as the administration struggles to address a problem that is boosting inflation.
Federal Reserve officials are preparing to slow bond buying and are divided over when they might need to raise interest rates as inflation bites.
While its C.E.O., Elon Musk, and the state’s conservative lawmakers share libertarian sensibilities, they differ greatly on climate change and renewable energy.