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Ford Delays EV Production by Several Years

Ford Motor Co. announced that it is delaying the production of two new electric vehicles (EV) and is shifting its focus to hybrid vehicle production.

mRNA Livestock Vaccines Kill Animals: U.S. Rancher

A U.S. rancher warned in a video that livestock injected with mRNA vaccines are suffering near-death symptoms or dying.

Multiple Passengers Hospitalized After United Flight Diverted

Officials said at least six people on a United Airlines flight headed to New Jersey were hospitalized when the plane was diverted over the weekend to an upstate New York airport because of high winds and a sick passenger.

European Commission Launches Antitrust Investigations into Big Tech Companies

The European Union announced this week that it was opening an investigation into Google’s parent Alphabet, Meta and Apple over possible violations under the Digital Markets Act.

FAA Considers Eliminating New Routes Amid United Airlines Incidents

The Federal Aviation Administration is considering measures to more closely monitor United Airlines following a series of safety incidents among the airline.

Abortion at Highest Level in Over a Decade

Abortions in the United States hit their greatest levels in 2023 despite the Supreme Court's 2022 Dobbs decision, overturning Roe v. Wade and giving the issue of abortion back to the states.

Legal Showdown: Justice Department Alleges Apple’s Monopolistic Practices in Smartphone Market

The United States has launched a groundbreaking legal action against Apple, alleging the tech behemoth has monopolized the smartphone market and stifled competition. In the...

Federal Agencies Provide Banks Tools to Flag Americans Buying Guns or Bibles

Federal agencies reportedly gave banks automated tools to flag as possible domestic terrorists any Americans who buy Bibles or support the enforcement of protecting the border, testimony revealed before a House committee.

Biden Issues Statement Opposing U.S. Steel Acquisition

President Joe Biden has issued a statement opposing the Japanese acquisition of U.S. Steel after previously saying the purchase requires "serious scrutiny."

JPMorgan to Launch Biometric Payments

JPMorgan Chase is expected to launch biometric payments, as it is currently involved in several pilot programs for the technology.

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