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Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell testifies during a House Financial Services Committee hearing on Dec. 2, 2020. Powell appeared before the Senate Banking Committee on Tuesday and argued the U.S. economy still has a long way to go to recover millions of lost jobs. Jim Lo Scalzo/POOL/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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The Coronavirus Crisis

Fed Chair Jerome Powell Warns Of Long Road Ahead To Recover Millions Of Lost Jobs

Powell warned it will take time to put millions of jobless Americans back to work, while also downplaying inflation threats.

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Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell testifies during a House Financial Services Committee hearing on Dec. 2, 2020. Powell appeared before the Senate Banking Committee on Tuesday and argued the U.S. economy still has a long way to go to recover millions of lost jobs. Jim Lo Scalzo/POOL/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Fed Chair Jerome Powell Warns Of Long Road Ahead To Recover Millions Of Lost Jobs

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In 'Superman & Lois,' The Man Of Steel Faces His Biggest Challenge Yet: Fatherhood

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Poet and author Lawrence Ferlinghetti, pictured above in 1960, was born on March 24, 1919. AP hide caption

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Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Beat Poet And Small-Press Publisher, Dies At 101

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