George Washington University Temporarily Suspends Pro-Palestinian Student Group
Students for Justice in Palestine was suspended over its messages regarding the Israel–Hamas war. Read More.
US Postal Service Reports $6.5 Billion Net Loss for 2023 Fiscal Year
WASHINGTON—The U.S. Postal Service on Tuesday reported a $6.5 billion net loss for the 12 months ending Sept. 30 and said it will not breakeven next year as first-class mail fell to the lowest volume since 1968. The Postal Service said revenue fell 0.4 percent to $78.2 billion results. U.S. Postmaster General Louis DeJoy said […] Read More.
As ‘The Marvels’ Bombs, Disney Doubles Down on Pushing LGBTQ Streaming Shows
The Walt Disney Company is rolling out more LGBTQ content as its latest superhero movie The Marvels crashed and burned at the box office on its opening weekend. Read More.
Oregon voters want to walk-back legalization of hard drugs
Over 60 percent said drug addition, homelessness, and crime had become worse in the time since the policy of decriminalization was adopted. Read More.
MUST WATCH: NBC producer shuts down Trump chant at GOP debate
“That was awesome you guys, but that’s the last time we’re gonna do that, ok?” she said. Read More.
Inflation Slows in October to 3.2 Percent
The consumer price index was flat in October, supporting the case for cuts to interest rates next year. Read More.
IEA Raises Oil Demand Growth Forecasts, Flags Possible 2024 Surplus
LONDON—The International Energy Agency (IEA) on Tuesday raised its oil demand growth forecasts for this year and next despite slower economic growth in nearly all major economies, although its 2024 outlook remains much lower than that of producer group OPEC. The Paris-based IEA said the market could shift into surplus at the start of 2024 […] Read More.
Tesla to Recall 159 Model S, X Vehicles: NHTSA
Tesla will recall 159 Model S and Model X cars due to the possibility of the driver airbag deploying incorrectly, which increases the risk of an injury during a crash, according to a notice by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) on Thursday. The U.S. auto regulator in October said Tesla would recall 54,676 […] Read More.
FBI to Move ‘Dilapidated’ Headquarters From Washington to Maryland
The FBI is moving its “dilapidated” headquarters from Washington, D.C. to Greenbelt, Maryland, the General Services Administration (GSA) announced on Nov. 8. The move ends a years-long search for new headquarters for the government agency, which has been based in the crumbling J. Edgar Hoover Building in downtown Washington since 1975. “GSA determined Greenbelt to be […] Read More.
Senate Passes GOP Resolution Overturning Biden Admin’s Electric Vehicle Charger Rule
Senate lawmakers narrowly passed a Republican-led bill on Nov. 8 that would reverse the Biden administration’s decision allowing it to waive some of the “Buy America” requirements for electric vehicle (EV) charging stations purchased using taxpayer dollars. The Congressional Review Act (CRA) joint resolution, known as S.J. Res. 38, was introduced by Sens. Marco Rubio […] Read More.
CDC Issues Warning About Ancient Disease Increasing Across US
The CDC issued a warning about the rise of syphilis, an ancient sexually transmitted disease, among newborns. Read More.
Big Changes Coming to Medicare Part D in 2024—Here’s What You Should Know
There are important changes coming to Medicare Part D plans in 2024, which enrollees should be aware of before this year’s open enrollment period, which runs between Oct. 15 and Dec. 7. As Medicare health and drug plans can undergo several changes each year—affecting things like cost, coverage, and which pharmacies and providers participate in […] Read More.
Managing Finances When Living Abroad
The lure of a lower cost of living and experiencing exciting cultures has motivated roughly nine million Americans to live abroad. This is especially true when it comes to seniors looking to retire. But besides what to pack, money can be a significant stress point. As an expat, managing your money can be a challenge. […] Read More.
Labor to Hire 3,000 New Public Servants for Centrelink and Medicare
The federal Labor government will hire 3,000 new staff to "improve" Australia's welfare and public health services, Centrelink and Medicare. Read More.

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