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American Airlines Passenger Attacks Flight Attendant, Punches Her in Face, Breaking Her Nose

American Airlines Passenger Attacks Flight Attendant, Punches Her in Face, Breaking Her Nose

A passenger attacked an American Airlines flight attendant on Wednesday, resulting in a broken nose and being hospitalized.
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Mark Zuckerberg Rebrands Facebook to Meta as tech Company Dives Into Metaverse

Facebook changes its name to "Meta" as Mar Zuckerberg's company dives into the metaverse.
Chicago, Los Angeles Launch Universal Basic Income

Chicago, Los Angeles Launch Universal Basic Income

Chicago and Los Angeles are launching a universal basic income program, with the two being the largest basic-income pilots in the United States.
Ecuador Pres. Guillermo Lasso Calls for Dialogue With Indigenous, Civil Society Groups on Day 2 of Protests Over Fuel Price Hike

Ecuador Pres. Guillermo Lasso Calls for Dialogue With Indigenous, Civil Society Groups on Day 2 of Protests Over Fuel Price Hike

Ecuador's President Guillermo Lasso calls for a dialogue with indigenous and civil society groups who are protesting against the fuel price hike.
How to Invest in the Stock Market in 2022

How to Invest in the Stock Market in 2022

The stock market offers plenty of opportunities to make money online. The Federal Reserve conducted a Survey of Consumer Finances and discovered that 53% of families in the United States owned stock vs. 52% in 2016 and 32% in 1989.
Michael Jordan's Game Worn, Rookie-Year Nike Air Ships Sneakers Sell for Record-Breaking $1.47 Million

Michael Jordan's Game Worn, Rookie-Year Nike Air Ships Sneakers Sell for Record-Breaking $1.47 Million

A pair of game-worn Nike Air Ship shoes that Michael Jordan used during his rookie year was sold for $1.47 million at auction on Sunday.
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NBA Star Enes Kanter Slams Nike Over Company's Silence on China

NBA Star Enes Kanter rips Nike over their silence on issues that concerns China.
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Reports Reveal Efforts of Facebook Employees to Subdue Conservative News Outlets

A critical report by the Wall Street Journal revealed that employees of the tech giant, Facebook, have made unapproved suppression on right-wing outlets.
U.S. Oil and Gas Industry Seen to Worsen Climate Change With 30 Percent More Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 2025

U.S. Oil and Gas Industry Seen to Worsen Climate Change With 30 Percent More Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 2025

A new research shows that the U.S. oil and gas industry could emit 227 million tons of additional greenhouse gas emissions by the end of 2025.
Forex or Crypto - The Key Considerations

Forex or Crypto - The Key Considerations

There are plenty of reasons to trade fiat and cryptocurrencies, with the global forex market seeing more than $6.6 trillion on a daily basis.
JPMorgan Chase, Mcdonald’s, PayPal, Sephora, Nickelodeon Collectively Donate $250,000 to Empower Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Youth

JPMorgan, Mcdonald’s, PayPal, Sephora, Nickelodeon Collectively Donate $250,000 to Empower Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Youth

Act To Change, Hate Is A Virus, and Stop AAPI Hate announced the corporate sponsors supporting their inaugural Changemakers Summit 2021 this Saturday.
In a First, U.S. Surgeons Successfully Transplanted a Pig's Kidney Into a Human

In a First, U.S. Surgeons Successfully Transplanted a Pig's Kidney Into a Human

For the first time, surgeons in the U.S. transplanted a pig's kidney into a human without triggering immediate rejection by the patient's immune system.
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Southwest Airlines Walks Back on Decision to Put Staffers Seeking Vaccine Exemption on Unpaid Leave

Southwest Airlines will no longer place unvaccinated workers seeking vaccine exemptions under unpaid leave.
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Leader of California's Largest Union Alma Hernandez Arrested on Charges of Tax Fraud, Embezzlement Charges

The leader of the largest union in the state of California was arrested on Friday, a day after authorities filed charges of tax fraud and embezzlement against the prominent activist.
Worrying Signs That the Economy is Drifting Towards Stagflation

Worrying Signs That the Economy is Drifting Towards Stagflation

You may have heard and been familiar with Inflation. But a term you may not be too familiar with is Stagflation, but it is a term you are likely to hear a lot more of in the coming months. So what is it? Firstly, Inflation is the rate of the increase in the prices of goods and services within an economy. This can be from an overall demand increase or a shock in supply. It often occurs when an additional stimulus is provided, as consumers and businesses have more capital to distribute - increasing demand. This is what we have seen over the past 18 months, with government furlough schemes and quantitative easing by central banks.
Walgreens to Close More San Francisco Stores Over Retail Theft Concerns; Says They Are Not Immune to It

Walgreens to Close More San Francisco Stores Over Retail Theft Concerns; Says They Are Not Immune to It

Walgreens had announced on Tuesday that they are closing five San Francisco stores in California effective next month.
Vladimir Putin Eyes Possible Collaboration With Joe Biden in Energy, Security

Vladimir Putin Eyes Possible Collaboration With Joe Biden in Energy, Security; Says He Had Establish Stable Working Relations With American President

Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday during an energy conference that he saw the possibility of working with the United States President Joe Biden in controlling energy and security.
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United Airlines CEO To Fire Over 200 Employees Who Refused Vaccine

United Airlines CEO says that they will fire over 200 employees who did not get the COVID vaccine despite their company's mandate.
Southwest Airlines CEO Blames Pres. Joe Biden for COVID Vaccine Mandate on Employees That Puts Them in a Bind

Southwest Airlines CEO Blames Pres. Joe Biden for COVID Vaccine Mandate on Employees That Puts Them in a Bind

Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly has blamed President Joe Biden for the COVID vaccine mandate for its employees that put them in a bind.
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Toy Giant Hasbro CEO Brian Goldner Dies, Two Days Following Medical Leave

Toy Giant Hasbro announced the death of their Chief Executive Officer, Brian Goldner, two days after his medical leave.
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