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Biden Confirms US Sending ‘Advanced’ Weapons to Ukraine

Biden Confirms US Sending ‘Advanced’ Weapons to Ukraine

Democrat President Joe Biden has confirmed that the United States is providing Ukraine with “more advanced rocket systems and munitions” as Russia’s invasion of the country continues. Biden revealed details of the $40 billion taxpayer-funded aid in a New York Times opinion piece. The president said that America’s goal in…
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Firearm and Ammunition Stocks Soaring in Wake of Texas School Shooting

Firearm and Ammunition Stocks Soaring in Wake of Texas School Shooting

Firearm and ammunition manufacturers are seeing their share values soaring in the wake of the deadly mass shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas last week. Last Tuesday, 18-year-old Salvador Ramos attacked the Robb Elementary School, killing 19 children and two adults. In the two days following the shooting incident,…
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Conservative David vs. the ‘Woke’ Corporate Green Giant

Conservative David vs. the ‘Woke’ Corporate Green Giant

Eight years ago, a holder of a modest amount of Apple stock found himself in the peculiar position of being told publicly by an angered CEO Tim Cook that his money was no good in Cupertino. Justin Danhof, a conservative activist investor, had turned up at the company’s annual shareholder…
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US Consumer Sentiment Falls to Near 10-Year Low in May

US Consumer Sentiment Falls to Near 10-Year Low in May

Consumer sentiment in the United States has fallen to an almost ten-year low in May, new data reveals. The drop was revealed in the final May edition of the University of Michigan’s Sentiment Survey, which was released on May 27. The index fell from 65.2 in April to 59.1 in…
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Twitter to Pay $150 Million for Improperly Selling Users’ Private Data

Twitter to Pay $150 Million for Improperly Selling Users’ Private Data

Social media giant Twitter has agreed to pay $150 million after it was caught improperly selling users' private information. The company is accused of selling the data of users to target advertising, without having informed them. The Justice Department and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced the settlement. If approved…
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Report Reveals Inflation’s Growing Impact on Dining Habits

Report Reveals Inflation’s Growing Impact on Dining Habits

Soaring inflation is having a direct impact on people's dining habits, a new report has revealed. The report, from marketing insights firm Acosta, shows that consumers are feeling the bite of inflation. People are responding by dining out less or choosing more affordable restaurants and meal options. In its foodservice-specific…
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