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Federal Judge Lambastes Roe v. Wade as ‘Wrong’ and Urges Supreme Court to Overturn It

A federal appeals court judge voted with his colleagues Friday in overturning a Tennessee heartbeat abortion ban, but in the process also lambasted the U.S. Supreme Court for legalizing abortion "without a shred of support from the Constitution's text."

Business Activity Growth Slows While Labor Cost Inflation Hits Record High: Chicago Fed

A new report from the Chicago Federal Reserve on business conditions in the central bank’s seventh district paints a picture of slowing growth and historically high price pressures, with labor cost inflation at a record high.

Big Tech companies shift to making semiconductors in-house

Some of the largest tech companies have decided to respond to the semiconductor shortage by designing their chips internally. Tech analysts and business people have spoken about the semiconductor shortage and how the coronavirus pandemic has severely drained the resources required to make the chips and parts needed for everyday electronic devices.

Brazil Suspends 12 Million Doses of China’s Sinovac Vaccine

The Brazilian health regulator suspended the use of over 12 million doses of Chinese-made vaccines on Sept. 4 over being produced in an unauthorized plant, according to an official statement.

Brazil Suspends 12 Million Doses of Chinese COVID Vax

The Brazilian health regulator suspended the use of over 12 million doses of Chinese-made vaccines on Sept. 4 over being produced in an unauthorized plant, according to an official statement.

Biden’s Economy Created Just 235,000 Jobs in August

The U.S. economy added 235,000 jobs in August and the unemployment rate dipped to 5.2 percent, the Labor Department said in its monthly labor assessment Friday.

COVID Vax Contaminated with ‘Foreign Material’ that ‘Reacts to Magnets’: Japanese Health Ministry

1.6 million Moderna jabs halted after contaminants were discovered in vials.

Chinese Acquisition of Semiconductor Firm Poses Security Risks, US Treasury Warns

The U.S. Treasury Department said the sale of Magnachip Semiconductor Corp. to a Chinese private equity firm poses “risks to national security,” as Chinese investments in critical technologies meet with enhanced U.S. scrutiny.

Japan Pulls 1.6 Million Moderna Vaccines Over Contamination, Substance May Have Been Metal

"It's a substance that reacts to magnets," a Japanese Ministry of Health official said.

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