How Omicron Challenges U.S. and China on Vaccine Diplomacy

How Omicron Challenges U.S. and China on Vaccine Diplomacy

China got out ahead of the U.S. in shipping its Covid-19 vaccines around the world, but the Biden administration said it has donated more doses. WSJ examines how Omicron challenges both as they push for global influence. Photo: Rodrigo Sura/Esteban Biba/Shutterstock
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Massachusetts delays hog cruelty law amid fear of pork shortage | Successful Farming

The pork industry, which fought the Massachusetts and California laws for years, said farmers need more time to adapt their operations.
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Fewer immigrant workers are coming to fill key jobs. That has slowed the U.S. economy

The U.S. economy is lacking more than a million immigrant workers who would be here if not for the pandemic and Trump-era cuts. That may be hurting industries that depend on immigrants, like trucking.
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Law enforcement charity hosts 12 boxing bouts at 'The Pit' in Phillipsburg (PHOTOS …

The nonprofit law enforcement charity Brothers Before Others and the Phillipsburg/Lopatcong PBA Local No. 56 police union hosted the event, …
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FBI Informant Spent Years Exposing Law Enforcement Members With KKK Ties | Complex

Over the next 10 years, he would help foil at least two murder plots as well as expose law enforcement officers who had ties to white supremacy …
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