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Immigration Measure Can’t Be Included in $3.5 Trillion Package, Senate Parliamentarian Says

In setback for Democrats, decision finds that the policy implications of the proposal outweigh the budget impact.

The Wall Street Journal |  2021-09-20 | Fuente original

Natural-Gas Prices Surge, and Winter Is Still Months Away

The jump in prices is prompting worries about winter shortages and forecasts for the most expensive fuel since frackers flooded the market.

The Wall Street Journal |  2021-09-20 | Fuente original

Facebook Employees Flag Drug Cartels and Human Traffickers. The Company’s Response Is Weak, Documents Show.

Employees raised alarms about how the site is used in developing countries, where its user base is already huge and expanding. In many instances Facebook’s response is inadequate or nothing at all.

The Wall Street Journal |  2021-09-17 | Fuente original

U.S., China Jockey for Position in Pacific With Moves on Security, Trade

The U.S. has been amassing a network of alliances, and its latest effort with the U.K. aims to provide Australia with nuclear submarines to strengthen deterrence in the Indo-Pacific region. For its part, China said it would apply to join a regional economic pact.

The Wall Street Journal |  2021-09-17 | Fuente original

FDA Says Covid-19 Vaccines Remain Effective Without Boosters

Food and Drug Administration scientists expressed skepticism that an apparent diminished protection is rendering the vaccines less effective.

The Wall Street Journal |  2021-09-16 | Fuente original

Facebook Tried to Make Its Platform a Healthier Place. It Got Angrier Instead.

A big 2018 algorithm change was designed to encourage positive interaction with friends and family. Company documents show how it had the opposite effect, rewarding outrage and sensationalism. CEO Mark Zuckerberg resisted proposed fixes if it meant harming the business.

The Wall Street Journal |  2021-09-16 | Fuente original

Offices Reopen With Safety Plans, but Big-City Commutes Spook Workers

Companies are trying to arrange the safe return of workers to big-city offices, but one factor remains beyond their control: the mass-transit commute.

The Wall Street Journal |  2021-09-15 | Fuente original