As coronavirus restrictions ease, more adults are vaccinated and Americans head back to work, some state officials are moving to end emergency or disaster declarations. This could mean a drop in aid for those who’ve struggled to put food on the table during the pandemic.

It is part of a series of changes this summer as state officials start rolling back billions in relief. To date, 26 states have announced they will exit enhanced federal unemployment programs ahead of their September expiration date, cutting the additional $300 per week people were getting in their unemployment checks. Now, a number of

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The European Union and the United States have agreed to suspend all export fines for four months in the long-running Airbus and Boeing subsidy dispute. During that time, the new US President Joe Biden wants to make new trade agreements with the European Union. Biden visits Brussels.

Stopping import duties would make many European food and meat products cheaper in the United States. European products subject to an additional 25 percent customs duty include Irish single malt whiskey, liquor, assorted cheeses, bacon, yogurt and butter, various fats and oils, and various fish and seafood.

In a statement, the European Commission

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