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SCOTUS Trashes Lawsuit vs. Biden Administration’s Social Media Censorship

SCOTUS Trashes Lawsuit vs. Biden Administration’s Social Media Censorship

In a 6-3 vote, the US Supreme Court dismissed a lawsuit seeking to restrict the federal government’s ability to communicate with social media firms like Google, Meta, and Twitter/X about content moderation.

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Amazon to Launch Discount Store to Compete Against Shein, Temu

Amazon to Launch Discount Store to Compete Against Shein, Temu

Amazon revealed plans to launch a dedicated low-price fashion and lifestyle online store to allow Chinese sellers to ship directly to consumers in the United States.

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China Welcomes US Dairy Companies Expanding in Chinese Market

China Welcomes US Dairy Companies Expanding in Chinese Market

China has expressed willingness to work with US dairy companies that would like to expand their business in the Chinese market.

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Oklahoma Farmers Raise Alarm Over Chinese-Owned Weed Farms, Armed Workers

Oklahoma Farmers Raise Alarm Over Chinese-Owned Weed Farms, Armed Workers

Oklahoma farmers are alarmed by the presence of Chinese-owned cannabis farms employing heavily armed workers.

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GM Names Marc Whitten as New CEO of its Cruise Robotaxi Service

GM Names Marc Whitten as New CEO of its Cruise Robotaxi Service

General Motors has hired former key Xbox engineer and executive Marc Whitten as the new CEO of Cruise, its robotaxi service, in an aim to recover itself after being suspended of its California license.

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FDA Warns Bimbo Bakeries to Not Label Products with Allergens When They Contain None

FDA Warns Bimbo Bakeries to Not Label Products with Allergens When They Contain None

The Food and Drug Administration said that they have warned the Mexican-American bakery Bimbo Bakeries to stop using labels saying that their products may have potentially dangerous allergens when they contain none.

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UPDATE: Julian Assange Returns to Australia a Free Man After Pleading Guilty in US Court

UPDATE: Julian Assange Returns to Australia a Free Man After Pleading Guilty in US Court

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is on his way back to Australia as a free man after he officially pleaded guilty to a US District Court in Saipan.

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Disney May Come Under Antitrust Fire for Owning Hulu, ESPN, Court Ruling Reveals

Disney May Come Under Antitrust Fire for Owning Hulu, ESPN, Court Ruling Reveals

US District Court judge Edward J. Davila partially denied Disney’s motion to dismiss the lawsuit brought by 25 subscribers to YouTube TV and DirecTV Stream.

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Volkswagen Reveals $5 Billion Investment, Partnership with EV Maker Rivian

Volkswagen Reveals $5 Billion Investment, Partnership with EV Maker Rivian

German automaker Volkswagen announced that it would invest $5 billion in US-based electric vehicle maker Rivian as part of a joint venture to share EV architecture and software.

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China Telecom, China Mobile Face US Government Investigations Over Data Misuse Concerns

China Telecom, China Mobile Face US Government Investigations Over Data Misuse Concerns

The United States (US) is investigating China Mobile, China Telecom, and China Unicom over data misuse concerns.

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Julian Assange Walks Free After Pleading Guilty in Exchange of Not Being Extradited to US

Julian Assange Walks Free After Pleading Guilty in Exchange of Not Being Extradited to US

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange was due to plead guilty this week for violating the United States’ Espionage Act, a part of a deal that would end his imprisonment in the United Kingdom.

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Chrystia Freeland

Canada Exploring Potential Tariffs on China-Made EVs Following US and EU’s Lead

Canada declared that it was considering tariffs on Chinese electric cars to support its allies, the US and EU.

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CDK Still Reeling from Cyberattack as Dealers Improvise to be Productive

CDK Still Reeling from Cyberattack as Dealers Improvise to be Productive

CDK Global said that it would likely take several days to fix its system after it was hacked last week, urging affected dealerships to use alternative methods to become more productive.

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Boeing may be Charged by US Prosecutors for Violating 2021 Settlement, According to Sources

Boeing may be Charged by US Prosecutors for Violating 2021 Settlement, According to Sources

Prosecutors recommended that the US Department of Justice file charges against Boeing after discovering it allegedly violated a settlement made in 2021 that shielded it from criminal charges.

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Federal Appeals Court Rules Employers Can Deny No-Cost Preventive Care for HIV Prep, Cancer Screenings

Federal Appeals Court Rules Employers Can Deny No-Cost Preventive Care for HIV Prep, Cancer Screenings

A federal appeals court in New Orleans has ruled that eight specific employers challenging federal health insurance requirements are not obligated to provide no-cost coverage for certain preventive care, such as HIV prep and some cancer screenings.

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