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Facebook's software kit to blame for popular apps…

Widespread crashes of popular apps running on the iPhone’s iOS operating system — including Tinder, Spotify and Pinterest — has served as a reminder that Facebook is still tracking you through your phone using sophisticated software, even if you’re not browsing the social network

Healthy Spreads

Using spreads on breads is a staple in American diets, however some are healthier choices.

Thomas spoke, Roberts ruled in unusual Supreme…

Justice Clarence Thomas spoke and Chief Justice John Roberts ruled

France ordered to fight pollution or pay millions…

France’s highest administrative body has ordered the government to take immediate measures to combat pollution in Paris and several other regions or pay up to 20 million euros ($22.6 million) a year in fines

Foods With Hidden Sugars

Everyday foods, snacks and sauces that may seem healthy are loaded with sugar.

It's not just the presidency: Trump is changing…

The presidency has been changed by Donald Trump during his first term in office

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Fed buys more corporate bonds but may soon end…

The Federal Reserve says it purchased $1.3 billion in corporate bonds in late June as part of its effort to keep U.S. interest rates low and ensure large companies can borrow by selling bonds

Is Immigration Still A Rallying Cry in 2020?

Nat Pop Trump Source CNN"We will build a great wall along the Southern border."A promise that dominated an election cycle back in 2016, but will immigration be a big-ticket item in 2020? Experts argue that for the Trump administration, the answer is yes. Stewart Kwoh, Executive Director Asian Americans Advancing Justice LA 00.12 "We are finding really a wholesale attack on legal and illegal immigration period."For his part, presumptive Democrat nominee Joe Biden says he'll introduce immigration reform on the first day of his administration.Meanwhile, the Trump administration has recently announced a suspension of HB-1 visas as part of a broad effort to limit immigration levels to the US.Stewart Kwoh0.37 "I think the suspension of those visa will harm the United States because it will destroy, or temporarily destroy the innovation that that comes with these very talented people who apply for the H1B1 visas."MATT KLINK, GOP STRATEGIST, KLINK CAMPAIGNS0.50 "these are the people we want to emigrate to this country. They bring a knowledge base, they are value added."What's more, ICE recently announced that international students who are pursuing degrees in the USA would have to leave the country or risk deportation if their universities switch to online-only courses.Stewart Kwoh01.11 "I know a lot of the universities are very worried about these new rules, because they think it will jeopardize their reputations as being welcoming to the best and brightest."Experts argue that for the President, facing the lowest approval ratings since the start of his administration - these measures help shore up his base. Matt Klink 1.33 "It's the equivalent of throwing red meat to wild dogs, and it gets the base motivated."Whether the new measures by President Trump help him with swing voters remains to be seen this November.

American Airlines threatens to cancel some Boeing…

American Airlines is warning Boeing that it could cancel some overdue orders for the grounded 737 Max unless the plane maker helps line up new financing for the jets

Is Immigration Going to Be A Rallying Cry in 2020?

Tailgating tradition takes on new form as opera…

The famed Santa Fe Opera is offering a series of virtual performances after being forced to cancel the 2020 season due to the coronavirus pandemic

COVID-19: EU vs U.S.

While infection rates steadily decline across most of Western Europe the U.S continues to see record highs in transmission. We tell the tale of two responses to the threat of coronavirus. Insight is offered by Barabara Bulf, an English teacher based in Modena, Italy, and Dr. Josh Michaud the Associate Director of Global Health Policy at the Kaiser Family Foundation.

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Amazon says email to employees banning TikTok was…

Amazon says it mistakenly sent an email to employees telling them to delete the popular video app TikTok from their phones

Avoid Gaining Weight While Working From Home

Working from home means more comfort throughout the day, but don't let this be the end of your regular routines.

Amazon's homeless shelter faces Seattle crisis…

A homeless shelter built on Amazon’s perfectly manicured urban Seattle campus is a major civic contribution that pushes the company to face the crisis and criticism in the hometown it has rapidly transformed

Foods for Daily Weight-loss

When it comes to trying to loose weight, strict diets are often hard to follow long-term, which is why experts say it's best to make small but meaningful choices.

US bets on untested company to deliver COVID-19…

When precious vats of COVID-19 vaccine are finally ready, the ability to jab the lifesaving solution into the arms of Americans will require hundreds of millions of injections

The Benefits of Cherries

Cherries have a variety of different health benefits and can be consumed in a number of different ways

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Shipbuilder files complaint over union threats…

Navy shipbuilder Bath Iron Works has filed a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board, accusing its largest union of threatening workers who cross the picket line during an ongoing strike

The Politics of the Supreme Court

In 2016, Republicans andDemocrats were not onlybattling for the presidency,a spot on the Supreme Court was also on the line.Troy Slaten "The Supreme Court picks that aPresident makes can have longlasting implications." The court has always touted. It'sapolitical nature. However,justices are selected becauseof their conservative or liberal record. Troy Slaten"Trump's Supreme Court picks havesolidified a conservativemajority for possibly thenext generation or so."00:27.250 --> 00:31.650However, recent rulings have put that conservative certainty into question.Chief Justice Roberts, sidingwith more liberal justices torule against Louisiana'sabortion law. And in a 6-3decision, the court rulingLGBTQ+ people are protectedfrom discrimination, withJustice Gorsuch even writingthe opinion. President Trumpwas not happy with thedecision. Rulings on thepresident's own taxes, birthcontrol and Obamacareexceptions and religiousschools are expected thismonth. Matt Klink It is not about politics, it's about the lawand the interpretation of the law." This isn't the firsttime a sitting president hasbeen surprised by hisappointees. Justice Sandra Day O'Connor was nominated tothe court by President Reaganand then upheld rulings forabortion rights. Now, manycourt experts say Roberts isshifting into the traditionalswing vote role, famously heldfor so long by retired Justice Kennedy.Matt Klink "Conservative judges and justices that areconfirmed don't always vote conservatively, and the same holds with liberals. And, that's what makes the SupremeCourt such a fantasticinstitution." With talk of Justice Thomas retiring andJustices: Ginsberg and Bryeraging, the balance of theSupreme Court is again in thehands of a presidential election.In 2016, Republicans andDemocrats were not onlybattling for the presidency,a spot on the Supreme Court was also on the line.Troy Slaten "The Supreme Court picks that aPresident makes can have longlasting implications." The court has always touted. It'sapolitical nature. However,justices are selected becauseof their conservative or liberal record. Troy Slaten"Trump's Supreme Court picks havesolidified a conservativemajority for possibly thenext generation or so."00:27.250 --> 00:31.650However, recent rulings have put that conservative certainty into question.Chief Justice Roberts, sidingwith more liberal justices torule against Louisiana'sabortion law. And in a 6-3decision, the court rulingLGBTQ+ people are protectedfrom discrimination, withJustice Gorsuch even writingthe opinion. President Trumpwas not happy with thedecision. Rulings on thepresident's own taxes, birthcontrol and Obamacareexceptions and religiousschools are expected thismonth. Matt Klink It is not about politics, it's about the lawand the interpretation of the law." This isn't the firsttime a sitting president hasbeen surprised by hisappointees. Justice Sandra Day O'Connor was nominated tothe court by President Reaganand then upheld rulings forabortion rights. Now, manycourt experts say Roberts isshifting into the traditionalswing vote role, famously heldfor so long by retired Justice Kennedy.Matt Klink "Conservative judges and justices that areconfirmed don't always vote conservatively, and the same holds with liberals. And, that's what makes the SupremeCourt such a fantasticinstitution." With talk of Justice Thomas retiring andJustices: Ginsberg and Bryeraging, the balance of theSupreme Court is again in thehands of a presidential election.