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Oct 18 2023
The newly imposed U.S. restrictions on the export of certain advanced artificial intelligence (AI) chips to China are not expected to drive up prices for consumer tech products stateside, but they are expected to stifle Chinese innovation. The U.S. government rolled out the "Interim Final Rule (IFR)" on Tuesday, tightening export controls on high-performance integrated circuits to China amidstNewsweek
Oct 30 2023
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is advising consumers to stop using some over-the-counter eye drops due to a potential risk of infection that may lead to partial vision loss or blindness. The agency issued an alert Friday flagging 26 eye care products from CVS Health, Leader (Cardinal Health), Rugby (Cardinal Health), Rite Aid, Target Up&Up and Velocity Pharma. The FDA recommendedThe Columbus Dispatch
Oct 12 2023
Inflation leveled off to 3.7% in September compared to a year ago, extending a gradual slowdown in consumer prices, even as it slowed to 0.4% from 0.6% in August.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics released its latest round of price data Thursday morning. Experts had expected it to show that overall prices for consumers rose 3.6% from a year ago, and by 0.2% compared to August.NBC News (Online)
Aug 01 2023
WHAT THE WHITE HOUSE IS READING — “What to Do When Your Dog Bites (and Happens to Live in the White House),” by Alexandra Horowitz for NYT TRUMP INDICTMENT WATCH — The federal grand jury investigating DONALD TRUMP’s actions surrounding the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol is meeting today in downtown Washington, fueling ongoing speculation that special counsel JACK SMITH could issue an indictmentPolitico
Sep 27 2023
Philadelphia was out of control Tuesday night as mass looting overtook parts of the city. Around 20 people were taken into custody following mass looting in Philadelphia being carried out by roughly 100 juveniles for seemingly no known reason at all, according to the Daily Mail. Police also recovered at least one firearm from the criminals ravaging the city. Videos that surfaced from the chaosOutKick
Oct 02 2023
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau should be seen as a wild success. Over its 12 years of existence, it has been responsible for returning more than $17 billion to Americans separated from their money by financial sector shenanigans.
Instead of being able to celebrate that achievement, the agency is in a fight for its life — and if it loses, we’ll all be poorer for it.
Oct 06 2023
Six youngsters have been hospitalized after they ate sweet containing hashish on the Lauderhill Boys & Women Membership on Wednesday. Law enforcement officials have been dispatched to the situation in Broward County thrice that afternoon, in line with a neighborhood report from NBC 6 South Florida. A complete of eight youngsters starting from consumed the gummies. Six of the youngstersPalm Beach News Central
Oct 18 2023
President Joe Biden urged Israelis at a speech in Tel Aviv to not be “consumed” by “rage” in response to the Hamas attack of Oct. 7, and to avoid the mistakes made by the United States in the aftermath of the 9/11 terror attacks.
Biden traveled to Israel 10 days after Hamas militants stormed into Israel from Gaza and killed some 1,400 Israelis, most of them civilians. Israel declaredMediaite
Sep 27 2023
The Federal Trade Commission and 17 states have filed a high-profile antitrust lawsuit against Amazon that could force major changes to the popular Amazon Prime service — which would be bad news for its 167 million American members.
Tuesday’s move is hardly surprising.
After all, FTC Chair Lina Khan rose to prominence by calling for antitrust enforcement against Amazon when sheNew York Post (Opinion)
Oct 17 2023
Winter is coming, and there’s not enough housing to go around. Chicago’s liberal mayor, Brandon Johnson, is backpedaling on his plan to visit the southern border and will instead stay put to address the “immediate urgency” of the thousands of migrants who are overwhelming the city. A delegation from the city will travel south, but Mr. Johnson, who was planning to go this week, says he hasThe New York Sun