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Mar 10 2021
Today, Texans are no longer under a statewide mandate to wear masks in public, and businesses in the state can operate at 100 percent capacity. President Biden contends that this is “neanderthal thinking,” and many media voices consider it the most reckless decision since the state of Georgia allegedly began a formal experiment in human sacrifice in April 2020. But the data simply don’tNational Review (News)
Apr 05 2016
A new study by JP Morgan Chase & Co is the first to analyze financial transaction data from participants in the sharing economy. The data is crucial for understanding what some have called “the future of work” and the “fourth industrial revolution.” Here are some of the highlights.Americans for Tax Reform
Dec 11 2019
Ruthy Hope Slatis couldn’t believe what she was hearing. She’d been hired by a temp agency outside Boston for a vague job: transcribing audio files for Amazon.com Inc. For $12 an hour, she and her fellow contractors, or “data associates,” listened to snippets of random conversations and jotted down every word on their laptops. Amazon would only say the work was critical to a top-secret speech-Bloomberg
May 12 2021
Today is one hell of a hump day already: New government figures show that the Biden administration is getting it wrong on the border, getting it wrong on the economy and job creation, and getting it wrong on inflation.
No, Mr. President, This Is Not the Usual Seasonal Migration
I told you, back on April 19, that this month’s immigration numbers were going to be high, andNational Review (News)
Jul 24 2020
With daily cases, hospitalizations, and deaths still on the rise, the coronavirus pandemic is not slowing down in the US.
More Americans are currently hospitalized with Covid-19 than at any prior point in the pandemic, a grim milestone that indicates the coronavirus pandemic is not slowing down in the US.
On July 22, 59,628 people across the United States were in the hospitalVox
Apr 23 2021
Advisers to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will meet again on Friday to consider whether it is safe to resume injections of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine, as senior U.S. health officials prepare for a green light.
The panel last week called for more data about a possible link to rare blood clots in the brain before deciding how and whether to end a "pauseReuters
Jul 14 2020
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s comments last week that the U.S. government is looking into banning TikTok has brought the long-running debate about the app to a fever pitch. India banned it last month, along with dozens of other apps made by Chinese developers, citing security concerns. And U.S. government officials have for months warned that TikTok — which is owned by ByteDance, a ChineseNational Review (News)
Nov 27 2020
One of the big surprises of the 2020 election was how even though most Latino voters across the US voted for Joe Biden, in some counties of competitive states like Florida and Texas, a higher-than-expected percentage of Latinos supported Donald Trump. One factor that many believe played a role: online misinformation about the Democratic candidate.
It’s still too early to know exactlyVox
Aug 14 2020
Among the collateral damage from the coronavirus pandemic has been the U.S. economy and the federal budget. The pandemic has caused massive economic disruption, and the government’s response has pushed the federal budget further out of balance than it’s been in nearly eight decades. But Americans appear to be slightly less concerned about the deficit than they have been in recent years.Pew Research Center
Dec 10 2018
On Tuesday, Dec. 11, Google CEO Sundar Pichai will testify at a hearing all about Google before the House Judiciary Committee, called “Transparency & Accountability: Examining Google and its Data Collection, Use and Filtering Practices.”Yahoo News