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These business owners survived Covid. Now gas prices are surging

Earth & Sky Floral Designs, located on the Laguna Pueblo reservation in New Mexico, is the only florist for miles. Owner Shayai Lucero says she often racks up the mileage on her Jeep and minivan making deliveries, the bulk of which are near her home but sometimes include a 150-mile round trip.

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Social media platforms are on high alert today

January 6 was a clear turning point for major social media companies — proving that they would, under certain circumstances, be willing to deplatform a sitting US president. But some experts worry that they still haven't done enough to address the underlying issues that allowed Trump supporters and others on the far-right to be misled and radicalized, and to get organized using their platforms.

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Biden's $1 billion bet to make beef cheaper: When will prices fall?

The White House on Monday offered a solution to surging meat prices: an action plan that includes investing $1 billion of American Rescue Plan funds to boost competition in the industry and promises to ramp up regulation and enforcement of anticompetition laws. But some experts say the move is unlikely to offer relief at the grocery store right away.

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Should retailers like Kohl's and Macy's break themselves up?

For years, the future of the department store has been in doubt, as shoppers abandon malls and instead opt to scoop up dresses, appliances and accessories online. But some investors believe they've found a clever way for these once-mighty brands to move forward.

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How long it may take infrastructure package to jolt economy

It may be years before Americans are driving over new bridges or plugging their electric vehicles into a new highway charger funded by President Joe Biden's infrastructure package. But some of the money could be released over the next six months, providing a jolt to a backlog of projects across the country.

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Doctor: The heartbreaking Covid cases I'm seeing

The summer got off to a fun start. As vaccines became increasingly accessible, many of us had a sense of relief. But somehow America has hit a wall: Only around 50% of the country is fully vaccinated, well below the target set by President Biden earlier in the summer. On Tuesday, however, the Biden Administration made a big announcement. They are once again recommending that masks be worn inside in areas where rates of transmission are considered "high" or "substantial," and on Thursday, they are expected to announce that federal workers and contractors will be required to be vaccinated or get tested regularly, according to CNN reporting. This follows closely New York City and California's plans to do the same for government workers.

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Tesla is getting left in the dust by Ford and GM

Tesla had a stellar 2020: The electric car maker was added to the S&P 500 and the stock surged an electrifying 743%. But some investors have pulled the plug on the company lately.

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