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NIH Began Study on Vaccine Safety For Pregnant Women AFTER Many Moms Had Taken The Jab

'However, we lack robust, prospective clinical data on vaccination in these populations'

Social Security predicts pandemic birth blip, not birth dearth

The COVID-19 pandemic has slashed fertility rates to their lowest point in U.S. history. Still, the experts at the Social Security Administration, who are deeply invested in the issue, say the decline is just a blip and women are merely deferring children to later years.

Pandemic unemployment benefits end for 7M Americans on Labor Day

The expiration of jobless benefits could fuel a sharp spending pullback.

More than 7 million people lose unemployment benefits on Labor Day

More than 7 million unemployed people will lose their jobless benefits on Monday after federal programs expire, according to the Washington Post.

Pandemic unemployment benefits set to end, shaking up labor market

As Labor Day weekend comes to a close, so too will expanded unemployment benefits for millions of people across the country.

GoDaddy cuts service from Texas pro-life group’s website used to report violators of abortion law

Web hosting provider GoDaddy cut service to a website belonging to the pro-life group Texas Right to Life, telling the group late Thursday it had 24 hours to find new hosting services for its whistleblower tip website, prolifewhistleblower.com.

Biden’s Economy Created Just 235,000 Jobs in August

The U.S. economy added 235,000 jobs in August and the unemployment rate dipped to 5.2 percent, the Labor Department said in its monthly labor assessment Friday.

Ex-Army Ranger slams generals’ ‘wokeness,’ warns of new wave of terror after Afghan exit

Blue big cities are most vulnerable, so "move your families to places that are willing to defend you," Dr. Tony Brooks says.

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