U.S. employment growth slows sharply in April amid labor shortagesUnited States · 1:54 PM UTC
U.S. job growth unexpectedly slowed in April, likely restrained by worker shortages that have left businesses scrambling to meet booming demand as the economy reopens amid rapidly improving public health and massive financial help from the government.
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LifestyleAustralian zoo welcomes rare echidna puggle
Sydney's Taronga Zoo unveiled a rare short-beaked echidna puggle on Friday, born to mum Gunyi at its breeding facility around seven months ago.