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Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen listens during a meeting with President Biden in the White House on March 5. Yellen on Monday proposed a minimum global tax rate for corporations. Al Drago/Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Janet Yellen Proposes Bold Idea: The Same Minimum Corporate Tax Around The World

The Treasury secretary is adding her support to a widely discussed proposal as part of the Biden administration's tougher approach to corporate taxes.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen listens during a meeting with President Biden in the White House on March 5. Yellen on Monday proposed a minimum global tax rate for corporations. Al Drago/Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Janet Yellen Proposes Bold Idea: The Same Minimum Corporate Tax Around The World

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The Rev. Franklin Graham, president and CEO of Samaritan's Purse, sits for a portrait at his group's field hospital in New York's Central Park in May. Graham has spoken out in support of COVID-19 vaccines. Jessie Wardarski/AP hide caption

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'Love Your Neighbor' And Get The Shot: White Evangelical Leaders Push COVID Vaccines

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Shanaye Poole (left) next to her father, Toforest Johnson, during a family visit to see him in prison in the early 2000s. Shanaye Poole hide caption

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New Eyes On Alabama Death Row Case After Integrity Review Raises Questions

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What The Cherry Blossom Bloom Can Tell Us About Climate Change

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A front-line worker in Kenya receives a shot of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine. African Family Holistic Health Organization in Portland, Ore., hopes that the work it does in the U.S. will help curb vaccine misinformation back in Africa. Brian Inganga/AP hide caption

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African Immigrant Health Groups Battle Trans-Atlantic Tide Of Vaccine Disinformation

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Play It Forward: Angel Bat Dawid Knows How To Deliver Emotion Through Song

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