USA news live updates: US will not ‘sit idly’ if Iran drags out nuclear talks, envoy says – Times of India

Consumer spending rebounds in October, inflation elevated

US consumer spending rebound in October, rising by a a solid 1.3%, but inflation was up as well, rising over the past year at the fastest pace in more than three decades.

Iran will return to talks in Vienna with world powers on Monday after a five-month gap following the election of an ultra-conservative president, Ebrahim Raisi.

US will not ‘sit idly’ if Iran drags out nuclear talks, says envoy

Wisconsin parade attack: Court sets bail at $5 million for suspect

Child 6th to die in Waukesha parade crash

Biden to nominate Shalanda Young as budget director

President Joe Biden is set to nominate Shalanda Young to head the Office of Management and Budget

US jobless claims plunge to 199,000

US weekly jobless claims drop to 52-year low; Q3 growth revised slightly up

The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell to their lowest level since 1969 last week, pointing to sustained strength in the economy as a year marked by shortages and an unending pandemic winds down.