This U.S. city just became the first to give delivery drivers permanent paid leave benefits

Seattle’s mayor this week signed a law to give tens of thousands of app-based delivery workers paid sick leave, making his city the first in the nation to do so permanently. The new law, which will be effective May 1 for food delivery companies with 250 or more workers worldwide, extends paid sick and safe … Read more

U.S. workers can’t keep their minds off work and don’t make these mistakes with your side hustle

Hi, MarketWatchers. Don’t miss these top stories. U.S. workers can’t keep their minds off work — especially if they make good money, Pew study finds The more money you make, the more likely it is you have a hard time setting work-life boundaries, according to a new study from Pew Research Center. Read More Iowa’s … Read more

Deposits at small U.S. banks stabilize, but large banks see bigger outflow

The numbers: Small U.S. banks managed to stop hemorrhaging deposits last week, but larger banks saw a bigger outflow of cash, new data from the Federal Reserve showed Friday. Key details: Deposits at smaller banks fell by a scant $1.1 billion in the week ended March 22, according to the Fed’s weekly H8 survey. By … Read more

Trump NFT prices rally after the former U.S. president was indicted

The prices of Donald Trump’s nonfungible tokens rallied after a Manhattan grand jury voted Thursday to indict the former president, marking the first time in U.S. history a former or serving president will face criminal charges. The collection of NFTs — called Trump Digital Trading Cards — featuring imagery of Trump in costumes such as cowboy, … Read more

Donald Trump indicted in Stormy Daniels case — first former U.S. president to ever be criminally charged

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The Teflon Don is facing his biggest test. After years of investigations and probes into Donald Trump for a wide variety of alleged crimes, a Manhattan grand jury voted Thursday to indict him, marking the first time in U.S. history a former president will face criminal charges. The indictment has yet to be unsealed so … Read more

U.S. stocks book back-to-back gains as tech continues to lead Wall Street higher ahead of inflation report

U.S. stocks finished higher on Thursday, posting back-to-back gains after the Nasdaq Composite earlier touched levels last ween in mid-February, as banking-sector fears eased and U.S. economic data bolstered hopes for a peak in interest rates. How stocks traded The S&P 500 SPX, +0.57% rose 23.02 points, or 0.6%, to end at 4,050.83 The Dow … Read more

U.S. Treasury and the Fed fine Wells Fargo $98 mln for inadequate oversight of sanctions compliance

The Federal Reserve and the U.S. Treasury Department on Thursday fined Wells Fargo & Co. a combined $97.8 million for “deficient oversight” that allowed the bank to allegedly violate U.S. sanctions regulations, as the latest in a series of enforcement actions against the megabank. The bank’s Wells Fargo Bank N.A. unit violated U.S. sanctions by … Read more

Multiple People Feared Dead After Two U.S Army Helicopters Crash Explained!

Multiple people feared dead

There is shocking news coming out about the collision of two Black Hawks in which multiple passed away and got injuries. This colliding news creates a buzz on the internet and on social media platforms where many netizens and users of social media are sharing their responses to this collision incident. … Read more

Fiery French protests and widespread Israeli strike reflect discord with democracy. The U.S. is not immune.

The political climate in France has been running hot, with weeks of disruptive protests and strikes in reaction to a bump higher in the pension-collection age. Over an intense few days, Israel’s economy, including its major airport, was hobbled by a broad work stoppage that made frenemies of business owners and labor against a hardline … Read more

Analysts disagree on whether U.S. TikTok ban is likely, as Hawley seeks Senate vote on prohibition

A fresh push in the bipartisan effort to ban TikTok in the U.S. is expected Wednesday, as Republican Sen. Josh Hawley appears poised to seek an expedited vote on the issue. Hawley plans to seek Senate passage by unanimous consent on Wednesday for his bill to prohibit the video-sharing app from being downloaded on U.S. … Read more