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Jun 09 2012
On the sixth floor of a sleek office building here, more than 150 techies are quietly peeling back the layers of your life. They know what you read and where you shop, what kind of work you do and who you count as friends. They also know who your mother voted for in the last election.Politico
Feb 03 2023
Lawyers for Hunter Biden, the controversial son of President Joe Biden, appear to have admitted that some of the data associated with the story of his infamous laptop are, in fact, his.
However, they stop short of admitting the laptop is his, suggesting instead that his data were stolen and that additional material may have been added.
The attorneys, from the Winston & StrawnBreitbart News
Nov 07 2022
A few weeks back, TechCrunch caught up with Terry Myerson and others from the Truveta team to chat through an important product update from the company. This publication has covered Truveta for some time now, curious about its objectives as a business that has a strong public-health component, and because Myerson was a longtime Microsoft denizen that we were familiar with from covering WindowsTechCrunch
Nov 06 2022
After ignoring crime as an issue negatively impacting voters ahead of the midterm elections next week, prominent Democrats have repeatedly made the claim that red states have higher crime rates than blue states.
Twice failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who was on the campaign trail for New York Democratic Governor Kathy Hochul this week, recently made the argument during anTownhall
Jan 16 2023
Eggs are still making headlines as people crack on about the rising cost of the grocery store staple. Egg prices are averaging around $4 a dozen in the Southern U.S. after a sharp increase in 2022 that followed steady increases in years past. In fact, the cost of one dozen eggs has nearly quadrupled since the summer of 2019, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Consumer Price IndexKSAT
Nov 11 2021
By the time you finish reading this, your wallet will already be lighter.
"Bidenflation" is setting new multidecadal records. According to the new consumer price index data, inflation has hit 6.2% year-over-year, its fastest pace in 31 years. Inflation in October alone rose by 0.9%, up from an already alarming 0.4% in September and 0.3% in August. You have to go all the way back toWashington Examiner
Jan 09 2023
The grant is among 24 awarded by the CHF in the fourth quarter of 2022, totaling nearly $1.17 million. The gifts are meant to enable the grantees to conduct community listening sessions, establish patient advisory boards, and undertake other activities designed to improve how they collect and analyze data on patients’ race, ethnicity, and preferred language ("REL" data). A state law passed inPatch.com
Oct 06 2022
Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón announced Tuesday an arrest in connection with an investigation into the theft of personal data of election workers.
The suspect, a Chief Executive Officer out of Michigan, is accused of stealing personal data from LA County election workers. He is currently in custody in Michigan.
Konnech Corp. CEO Eugene Yu was arrested onCBS News (Online)
Jan 04 2023
Stocks are broadly higher on Wall Street in afternoon trading Wednesday after another strong signal on the job market. The government reported that the number of job openings in November was higher than expected. While that could maintain pressure on the Federal Reserve to keep interest rates high to fight inflation, the resilience in the labor market also bolsters hopes on Wall Street thatArkansas Democrat-Gazette
Dec 31 2022
Chinese officials must share more real-time information on Covid in the country as infections surge, the World Health Organization (WHO) has said.
Many of the country's strict restrictions have been lifted over the last few weeks, but cases have soared and several countries are now screening travellers from China.
WHO officials say they want to see more data on hospitalisations,BBC News