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U.S. hiring slowed in December as employers struggled to find workers.
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Supreme Court's Conservative Majority Appears Skeptical of Biden's Virus Plan

By Adam Liptak

The court seemed more likely to sustain a separate requirement that health care workers at facilities that receive federal money be vaccinated.

U.S. hiring slowed in December as employers struggled to find workers.

U.S. hiring slowed in December as employers struggled to find workers.

By Sydney Ember and Jeanna Smialek

The gain of 199,000 was the weakest of the year, but not for lack of demand: The unemployment rate fell to 3.9 percent, and wages increased.

In Kazakhstan's Street Battles, Signs of Elites Fighting Each Other

By Ivan Nechepurenko and Andrew Higgins

The reasons for the bloody crisis in Central Asia remain murky, but experts say popular discontent could mask an old-fashioned power struggle within the ruling faction.

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NATO Warns Russia Is Undermining Security in Europe

Video Video: NATO Warns Russia Is Undermining Security in Europe

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NATO foreign ministers warned of significant consequences for Russia if the nation was not willing to de-escalate, amid ongoing military buildup near Ukraine.

First Heavy Snow of the Season Falls on New York City

Video Video: First Heavy Snow of the Season Falls on New York City

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A winter storm moving across the Northeast dropped at least five inches of snow on the city and surrounding areas.

West Virginia Asks to Distribute Fourth Covid Shots

Video Video: West Virginia Asks to Distribute Fourth Covid Shots

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Gov. Jim Justice of West Virginia said he would request authorization from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to start offering fourth coronavirus vaccine doses amid the spread of the Omicron variant.

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