Posted in antitrust Economy

Report: Google’s Top Search Results Are Its Own Products

A recent report from the Markup alleges that tech giant Google ranks its own products and services above others in Google Search. The report is…

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Posted in Brexit Economy Japan London / Europe

UK to Sign First Post-Brexit Trade Deal with Japan: Report

The UK’s first post-Brexit international trade deal is set to be signed with Japan within a matter of weeks, according to reports.

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Posted in California

American Towns Don’t Want To Be Big Cities’ ‘Green Energy’ Graveyards

From New York to California, local opposition is thwarting wind and solar projects seen as essential to transitioning from fossil fuels.

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Posted in China

GOP Rejects Rubio’s Stimulus Checks for Americans Married to Illegal Aliens

A plan to give retroactive and future stimulus checks to nearly two million Americans who are married to illegal aliens and foreign nationals has been…

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Posted in Arkansas

Anonymous Arkansas Donor Pays Past Due Water Bills for Entire Town

An anonymous Arkansas donor paid the overdue water bills for an entire town, sparing customers facing disconnection from being behind on their payments on Monday.

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Posted in Brooklyn Crime

WATCH: Vandals Allegedly Cause $13K in Damages After Learning Bagel Shop was Closed

Police are searching for three men who allegedly trashed a Brooklyn bagel shop recently when they were told it had closed for the night.

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Posted in California Covid-19 economic recession

New Film Exposes How California’s War On The Gig Economy Was Exacerbated By COVID

Killing the gig economy directly before a crippling recession, which left millions looking for work, has produced predictable, and utterly unnecessary harm.

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Posted in Business

White House Strikes $765 Million Deal With Kodak To Produce American-Made Drugs

Loans to Kodak will allow the United States to produce 25 percent of the ingredients needed for pharmaceutical production.

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Posted in coronavirus

Survey: 60% of U.S. Restaurants Closed During Virus Lockdown Won’t Reopen

Sixty % of restaurants in the U.S that were closed during the coronavirus lockdown will not reopen, according to a Yelp survey..

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Posted in conservatism

Viral Video Of Teen Discovering Taxes Is A Moment More Americans Need To Experience

While it’s amusing to watch 18-year-old Jojo learn the cold truth about taxes, his experience reminds us how much the government takes from our hard…

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Posted in Au Pairs Economy

NY Times: Trump’s Halting of J-1 Visa Drives Up Wages, Benefits for Au Pairs

President Trump’s halt of the J-1 visa program — where upper-middle-class and wealthy households are able to import cheap foreign au pairs — is driving…

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Posted in Alaska

Alaska Gold and Copper Mine Project Moves Forward, Despite Environmentalist Objections

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released its final environmental impact statement on Friday which found gold and copper mining in Alaska “would not be…

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Posted in Bill de Blasio Economy health

NYC Homeless Encampment Growing Despite Bill de Blasio’s ‘Crackdown’

A homeless encampment in Manhattan’s East Village is growing despite New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s promise to break up such groups.

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Posted in Chile China Economy exports

China Gets Closer to Latin America with Chile Trade Deal

Fruit industry leaders in Chile and China signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) this week to reinforce trade ties, the South China Morning Post (SCMP) reported…

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Posted in Clips coronavirus David Brooks

Brooks: ‘This Is Not the Time’ for Fiscal Discipline

On Friday’s “PBS NewsHour,” New York Times columnist David Brooks argued that, given the current economic crisis, now is not the time for fiscal discipline and that…

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