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Mayor says NYC will treat mentally ill, even if they refuse

Mayor says NYC will treat mentally ill, even if they refuse

New York City Mayor Eric Adams has announced a new initiative that would allow authorities to more aggressively intervene to help people in need of mental health treatment.

1 hr 24 mins ago
Wall Street ends an uneven day of trading with mixed results

Wall Street ends an uneven day of trading with mixed results

Asian shares are trading mostly higher as jitters over protests in China about its stringent anti-COVID policies fade.

1 hr 29 mins ago
At Mich. chip plant, Biden says unions 'built middle class'

At Mich. chip plant, Biden says unions 'built middle class'

President Joe Biden's visit to a computer chip factory in Bay City, Michigan, continues his push for his economic agenda.

2 hrs 4 mins ago
Consumers Brace For New Supply Chain Disruptions This Holiday Season

Consumers Brace For New Supply Chain Disruptions This Holiday Season

New supply chain issues are on the way this holiday season. Issues both stateside and abroad could make your bill that much tighter.

2 hrs 18 mins ago by Andy Hirschfeld
South Dakota Gov. Noem bans TikTok from state-owned devices

South Dakota Gov. Noem bans TikTok from state-owned devices

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem has issued an executive order banning state employees and contractors from accessing the video platform TikTok on state-owned devices, citing its ties to China.

2 hrs 34 mins ago
US OKs $1B arms sale to Qatar during key World Cup match

US OKs $1B arms sale to Qatar during key World Cup match

The Biden administration has approved a $1 billion arms sale to Qatar in a transaction unveiled during halftime of the key World Cup 2022 match in Doha between Iran and the United States.

3 hrs ago
San Francisco Considers Allowing Police Robots to Use Lethal Force

San Francisco Considers Allowing Police Robots to Use Lethal Force

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors will consider a policy proposal on whether or not the San Francisco Police Department can use robots as deadly force. 

3 hrs 2 mins ago
Lava from Hawaii volcano lights night sky amid warnings

Lava from Hawaii volcano lights night sky amid warnings

Hawaii’s Mauna Loa, the world’s largest active volcano, has started to erupt, prompting volcanic ash and debris to fall nearby.

3 hrs 40 mins ago
Russian Diplomat Says Prisoner Swap Involving Brittney Griner Remains Possible

Russian Diplomat Says Prisoner Swap Involving Brittney Griner Remains Possible

Russia and the United States have repeatedly been on the verge of an agreement on a prisoner exchange.

3 hrs 40 mins ago
Survivor of Virginia Walmart Mass Shooting Files $50M Lawsuit

Survivor of Virginia Walmart Mass Shooting Files $50M Lawsuit

A Walmart employee who survived last week's mass shooting at a store in Virginia has filed a $50 million lawsuit against the company.

4 hrs 5 mins ago
Twitter Kicks COVID Misinformation Policy

Twitter Kicks COVID Misinformation Policy

Twitter users noticed Monday night that the social media platform updated its transparency site to say it stopped enforcing its COVID misinformation policy on Nov. 23.

5 hrs 4 mins ago
Bat Species Devasted by Fungus Now Listed as Endangered

Bat Species Devasted by Fungus Now Listed as Endangered

The disease has infected 12 types of bats and killed millions. 

5 hrs 32 mins ago
Virginia Rep. Donald McEachin Dies at 61 After Cancer Battle

Virginia Rep. Donald McEachin Dies at 61 After Cancer Battle

U.S. Rep. A. Donald McEachin, a Virginia Democrat, died Monday after a battle with colorectal cancer, his office said. He was 61.

6 hrs 14 mins ago
Erupting Hawaii Volcano Spurs Officials to Warn People to Prepare to Evacuate

Erupting Hawaii Volcano Spurs Officials to Warn People to Prepare to Evacuate

Residents are on alert on Hawaii's Big Island as lava flows down one side of Mauna Loa for the first time since 1984.

7 hrs 9 mins ago
US consumer confidence falls in November for 2nd month

US consumer confidence falls in November for 2nd month

U.S. consumer confidence fell for the second straight month in November amid ongoing high inflation, rising interest rates, and layoff announcements by several large tech companies.

7 hrs 35 mins ago

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