Monday, April 22, 2024

What Is The US Debt Ceiling And What Happens If It Is Not Raised?

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The US government will hit its borrowing limit – or the debt ceiling – on 19 January, the beginning of what looks to be...

Payrolls Increased 528,000 In July, Much Better Than Expected In A Sign Of Strength...

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Hiring in July was far better than expected, defying multiple other signs that the economic recovery is losing steam, the Bureau of Labor Statistics...

U.S. Employers Add 528,000 Jobs; Unemployment Falls To 3.5%, Lowest Since Pandemic Struck

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Defying anxiety about a possible recession and raging inflation, America’s employers added a stunning 528,000 jobs last month, restoring all the jobs lost in...

Russians Sue Apple After It Pulls Apple Pay

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Apple users in Russia have launched a legal claim, seeking 90m roubles ($1 million) in damages from the US tech company. Apple limited its payment...

Mitt Romney Suggests He’d Back Cutting Retirement Benefits For Younger Americans

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Sen. Mitt Romney of Utah suggested that he'd favor cutting retirement benefits for younger Americans in a bid to stabilize safety net programs. "If we're...

EU And U.S. Agree To Expel Some Russian Banks From SWIFT Payments System

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The European Union, United States and other western nations on Saturday announced they would cut off a "certain number of Russian banks" from the...

Burger King’s Largest Franchise Cuts Chicken Nugget Count As Prices Surge

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Chicken nuggets have fallen victim to rising prices. Burger King’s largest franchisee in the United States said Thursday that it will soon reduce the number...

Ukraine Invasion: What Is SWIFT And What Would Banning Russia From Using It Do?

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Russia's invasion of Ukraine has intensified calls to impose sanctions that would devastate the Russian economy and target leaders in its government. One of the...

U.S. Economy Grew 5.7% In 2021; The Fastest Rate Since The Reagan Administration

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The U.S. economy grew last year at the fastest pace since Ronald Reagan’s presidency, bouncing back with resilience from 2020’s brief but devastating coronavirus...

Holiday Sales Rise 8.5%, Despite Omicron And Supply Chain Issues

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Holiday sales rose at the fastest pace in 17 years, even as shoppers grappled with higher prices, product shortages, and a raging new COVID-19...

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TikTok Ban Is Being Fast-Tracked In Congress. What Does That Mean?

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TikTok may face a crossroads sooner than later, with a divest-or-ban bill getting fast-tracked in Congress. The bill, which would require TikTok's Chinese owner ByteDance...

Organizers Say Colorado Abortion Access Amendment Has Enough Signatures To Make 2024 Election Ballot

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The Coloradans for Protecting Reproductive Freedom coalition, which is working to get a constitutional amendment on the state's ballot that would enshrine abortion access,...

NAIA Bans Transgender Athletes From Women’s Sports

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Athletes in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) will only be allowed to compete in women's sports if they were assigned the female...
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