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- Biden to tap Wall Street critic Omarova as top bank copOmarova has long called for the government to play a more expansive role in providing financial services.
- Opinion | Failure on Biden's Reconcilation Bill Is Very Much an OptionThe bill isn't too big to fail, but big enough potentially to fail spectacularly.
- Biden cools Democratic fever over domestic agenda, but can't cure itBoth progressive and moderate Democrats met with the president Wednesday to discuss the party's sprawling agenda, but emerged with the same conflicts.
- FDA poised to authorize booster shot of Pfizer Covid-19 vaccineThe move is expected to align with the recommendation the agency's independent vaccine advisers made last week.
- Powell vows to tighten Fed ethics rules after stock trading uproarTrades by the Dallas and Boston Fed presidents have sparked calls by some progressive groups for their resignation.
- 12 former security officials who warned against antitrust crackdown have tech ties“It is not surprising that individuals who receive money from Big Tech are defending Big Tech,” Rep. Ken Buck (R-Colo.) said.
- Covid-19 boosters: 5 takeaways from CDC's big vaccine meetingThe CDC's vaccine advisers will refine exactly who is eligible — in this case, that will likely involve defining "high risk."
- Biden nominates longtime allies for 3 ambassadorshipsThe president took the first step to fill posts in Sweden, Belgium and the Dominican Republic.