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Nov 07 2022
When Will We Know 2022 Midterm Election Results?
When are we going to know the results of the midterms? In 2020, due to slow vote counting in many states, it took days — until Saturday, Nov. 7 — for ABC News to declare Joe Biden the president-elect. We likely won’t have to wait that long this year, but it is again possible that we won’t know the winners of the 2022 election on election night. States like Arizona, Nevada and Pennsylvania thatFiveThirtyEight
Mar 20 2023
Boys Basketball: All-State Third Team, 2022-23
It was another boys basketball season to remember in New Jersey this winter.
The NJ Advance Media boys basketball staff was there throughout the year to take in the action, witnessing first hand the high-caliber talent this state had to offer. We’ve gone through our notebooks, double-checked the stats and did plenty of homework in terms of putting together our 2022-23 postseason honorsnj.com
Mar 08 2023
Minnesota Exports Reach Record High In 2022
(KNSI) – Minnesota is exporting more goods and raw materials than ever before. The state shipped $27 billion of agricultural, mining, and manufactured products across the United States and to the rest of the world in 2022. The mark is over 16% higher than the year before. Fuel, oil, electrical components, and cereal contributed to the gain. Exports to North American and Middle East marketsKNSI Radio
Mar 21 2023
Tech Layoffs: U.S. Companies That Have Cut Jobs In 2022 and 2023
The U.S. tech sector layoffs continue. Tech giants Samsung and Meta were just a couple of the companies that announced sweeping layoffs this week.
More than 106,000 workers in U.S.-based tech companies (or tech companies with a large U.S. workforce) have been laid off in mass job cuts so far in 2023, according to a Crunchbase News tally. That number includes Meta’s 10,000-person cutCrunchbase News
Mar 23 2023
Book ban attempts hit record high in 2022, library org says
Attempted book bans and restrictions at school and public libraries continue to surge, setting a record in 2022, according to a new report from the American Library Association released Thursday.
More than 1,200 challenges were compiled by the association in 2022, nearly double the then-record total from 2021 and by far the most since the ALA began keeping data 20 years ago.
Mar 06 2023
Consumer spending rose 6.5% in Mexico in 2022
Despite stubbornly high inflation, consumer spending in Mexico increased by 6.5% annually in 2022, according to data published by the national statistics agency INEGI on Monday. The data is based on INEGI’s monthly indicator of private consumption (IMCPMI), which measures household spending on domestic and imported consumer goods and services. This is one of the most important components ofMexico News Daily
Mar 25 2023
Good News: Wright named to the Champlain College dean's list for the Fall 2022 semester
SUISUN CITY — Champlain College named Kenneth Wright of Suisun City to the dean’s list for the fall 2022 semester in Burlington, Vermont. Students on the dean’s list have achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or higher during the semester. Making the dean’s list is a tremendous achievement in any year. Many of the high achievers balance their classes with serious jobs, internships, clubs, andDaily Republic
Feb 21 2023
Cassie Chambers Armstrong wins special election for Kentucky Senate
Louisville Metro Councilwoman Cassie Chambers Armstrong will now be heading to work in Frankfort, winning her special election Tuesday for the vacant District 19 seat in the Kentucky Senate. Armstrong, a Democrat, won with 77% of the vote, defeating Republican Misty Glin, who had lost a race for the Jefferson County Board of Education last fall. The seat was vacated by Morgan McGarvey, aThe Courier-Journal
Mar 24 2023
Biden falsely credits tax that took effect in 2023 for deficit reduction in 2021 and 2022
President Joe Biden falsely said on Wednesday that his new corporate minimum tax is the reason the federal budget deficit declined in 2021 and 2022. In reality, that tax didn’t even come into effect until the beginning of 2023.
Biden has repeatedly taken credit for reducing the deficit in 2021 and 2022 even though experts have said that the vast majority of this reduction occurredCNN Fact Check
Mar 21 2023
BCSL girls basketball Player of the Year and other postseason honors, 2022-23
Rhochelle Johnson of Cinnaminson (0) shoots the ball against Grace Hanuscin of Moorestown (45) during the girls basketball game in Moorestown on Thursday, January 12, 2023.John Jones | For NJ Advance Media
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