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The shipping crisis in California is now so bad that officials should consider declaring a state of emergency, the head of the California Trucking...

Officials in Southern California should consider declaring a state of emergency to help ease clogged ports in the area, a state trucking boss said.

Supply-Chain Crisis Fuels Latest Retreat From Globalization

Covid-19, climate and geopolitics shatter integrated global production, threatening to end an era of low costs and endless variety.

BIDEN FACES DEADLINE FOR RELEASE OF MORE JFK ASSASSINATION PAPERS

John F. Kennedy was assassinated 58 years ago, but the U.S. government has balked at the full release of some secret CIA documents.

Zillow Says It Can’t Buy Any More Homes This Year

Company cites backlogs related to renovating homes, constraints for on-the-ground workers

Billionaire Supermarket Owner Warns: Food Prices Will Go Up ‘Tremendously’

The owner of a New York City supermarket chain predicted the food prices will increase sharply in the coming months, with some increasing 10 percent in the next two months.

China smears Uyghur woman who testified about forced sterilization

Chinese officials have denounced a former Uyghur internment camp detainee who was forcibly sterilized about three years ago and has spoken publicly about her ordeal, as part of an ongoing smear campaign to discredit those who have exposed abuses against the mostly Muslim minority group.

Poll: Joe Biden’s Job Approval Hits New Low at 36 Percent

President Joe Biden’s job approval continues to crash with a new low of 36.4 percent during the first nine months of his presidency, according to a Zogby poll, after facing a botched Afghanistan withdrawal, and more recently, a supply chain crisis.

Social Security Increases Accelerate Insolvency Timeline

The Social Security Administration's plans to increase recipients' benefits by 5.9% next year could lead the Social Security Trust fund to run out of money by 2032, one year ahead of previous estimates, according to Maya MacGuineas, president of the bipartisan Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget.

Judge rules in favor of United Airlines employees who claim ‘discrimination’ after vaccine mandates

"The court seeks simply to avoid the risk of irreparable harm to the parties and to maintain the status quo while the court holds an evidentiary hearing."

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