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Seeking to stem losses, Intel to cut executive salaries

SANTA CLARA, California: One week after Intel forecasted lower-than-expected sales caused by a loss of market share to rivals and ...

US ending Covid emergency programs on May 11

WASHINGTON D.C.: The Biden administration said this week that it will end US COVID-19 emergency declarations on 11th May, nearly ...

Biden plan seeks to cut credit card fees, charges for apps

WASHINGTON D.C.: As part of a wider policy drive to increase competition in consumer markets, President Joe Biden has announced ...

After 11,000 US flights disrupted, FAA updates its computers

WASHINGTON D.C.: In a letter to lawmakers last week, the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said it had put in ...

Washington ends export licenses for supplying China's Huawei

WASHINGTON D.C.: The Biden administration has stopped issuing export licenses to US companies seeking to ship most items to China's ...

US concerned over rights at Mexico auto factory, seeks corrections

WASHINGTON D.C.: The US has again asked Mexico to investigate claims that workers at an auto parts facility of American ...

After Biden tapped US oil reserves, House passes bill to end such uses

WASHINGTON D.C.: The US House of Representatives has passed a bill that limits the ability of US Energy Secretary Jennifer ...

US Justice Dept. investigating Tesla claims on self-driving autos

WASHINGTON D.C.: Tesla confirmed this week that the US Justice Department has requested documents related to its Full Self-Driving and ...

US says Russian businessman traded on illegal information

BOSTON, Massachusetts: Russian businessman Vladislav Klyushin, who has ties to the Kremlin, has been accused of making tens of millions ...

At 10.5 million vehicles sold, Toyota is top automaker in 2022

TOKYO, Japan: Toyota has announced that it sold 10.5 million vehicles in 2022, maintaining its position as the world's top-selling ...

TikTok CEO to appear before US Congress to discuss security concerns

WASHINGTON D.C.: As US lawmakers investigate the Chinese-owned video-sharing app TikTok, its Chief Executive, Shou Zi Chew, has confirmed that ...

Another Biden household searched for classified documents

WASHINGTON, DC - FBI agents on Wednesday searched for classified documents at U.S. President Joe Biden's vacation retreat in the ...

US charges three linked to Iran in assassination plot

NEW YORK, New York: Three men--- Rafat Amirov, Polad Omarov and Khalid Mehdiyev---have been charged by U.S. prosecutors with attempting ...

Report says US consumer spending fell in December wh

WASHINGTON D.C.: In the latest indication that its interest rate hikes are slowing the US economy, the Federal Reserve's main ...

Musk, Tesla officials meet with White House to discuss EVs

WASHINGTON D.C.: The White House said this week that Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk met with John Podesta, a Democratic ...

Profits down 9% at American Express due to late customer payments

NEW YORK CITY, New York: As it sets aside more funds to cover potentially bad loans, American Express announced that ...

US south sees 1.3 million new residents in 2022

MIAMI, Florida: This decade, the US south is expected to see more new residents than any other region in the ...

Mobileye forecasts higher revenue in 2023

JERUSALEM, Israel: As demand for its driver-assistance technology rises among vehicle-makers, Mobileye Global is forecasting revenues for the 2023 fiscal ...

Pashtuns subject to extrajudicial killings, enforced disappearances in Pakistan

Islamabad [Pakistan], February 5 (ANI): Discrimination against Pashtuns in Pakistan is seen in the brazen form of human rights violations. ...

Clippers blow big lead, but beat Knicks in OT

The Los Angeles Clippers squandered a 17-point lead in the fourth quarter on Saturday night, but Nicolas Batum hit a ...

U.S. powers past Uzbekistan to advance at Davis Cup

The United States easily advanced out of its Davis Cup qualifying series by winning both matches against host Uzbekistan on ...

Rokkr, FaZe earn berths in winner's bracket final in CDL Major II

The Minnesota Rokkr and Atlanta FaZe contributed to a day filled with sweeps Saturday to advance to the winner's bracket ...

Mount Washington Experiences Record-setting Wind Chill

Boston - The Arctic air that descended on the Northeast on Saturday brought dangerously cold sub-zero temperatures and wind chills ...

Indonesia to Drive Talks Over Disputed South China Sea

jakarta, Indonesia - Indonesia plans to intensify talks with China and other Southeast Asian countries to finalize a code of ...

Panthers' Matthew Tkachuk powers Atlantic past Metropolitan

Florida Panthers forward Matthew Tkachuk collected a hat trick as part of a five-point performance in his home arena, lifting ...

Joe Biden wanted US to shoot down Chinese balloon "as soon as possible"

By Reena BhardwajWashington [US], February 5 (ANI): US President Joe Biden said that the mission to shoot down a suspected ...

US officials pressing Africans over Wagner Group media

The CIA and State Department have reportedly tried to pressure governments into kicking out the contractorsThe Biden administration has attempted ...

Moscow legitimate target for Ukraine MP

Kiev won?t rule out using Western weapons to strike targets inside Russia, a Ukrainian lawmaker has saidKiev's forces will not ...

Cowboys tab Brian Schottenheimer as OC

The Dallas Cowboys named Brian Schottenheimer as the team's new offensive coordinator on Saturday. Schottenheimer, who served as an offensive ...

US shoots down suspected Chinese spy balloon over Atlantic Ocean

Washington [US], February 5 (ANI): The United States has shot down a Chinese spy balloon over the Atlantic Ocean, CNN ...

Odesa Power Station Catches Fire, Plunging 500,000 Into Darkness

Nearly 500,000 people have been left without power after an overloaded electrical substation in Odesa, Ukraine's southern port city on ...

Japan, Netherlands join US in restricting China's access to materials for semiconductor technology

Beijing [China], February 5 (ANI): The US, Japan, and the Netherlands are also in discussions to restrict China's access to ...

US shoots down Chinese 'spy balloon

A fighter jet destroyed the alleged surveillance device the moment it was over the oceanThe US has shot down what ...

US Considers Shooting Down Chinese Spy Balloon Over Atlantic

WASHINGTON - The Biden administration is considering a plan to shoot down a large Chinese balloon suspected of conducting surveillance ...

We must sow the seeds of fraternity across all peoples, religions, and beliefs: US President

WASHINGTON, DC, 4th February, 2023 (WAM) -- President of the United States Joe Biden has issued a statement urging the ...

Iran Slams UN Nuclear Watchdog Chief After Centrifuge Report

Tehran - Iran slammed U.N. nuclear watchdog chief Rafael Grossi after the agency raised concerns over covert changes to equipment ...

Maduro, Iranian Diplomat Discuss Defense Against 'External Pressures'

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and the visiting Iranian foreign minister discussed the need for 'vigilance in defending their national interests ...

Myanmar's Diplomats Divided Over Representing Military Government

washington - Since the military coup in Myanmar two years ago, more than 100 of the nation's diplomats have chosen ...

China Balloon: Many Questions About Suspected Spy in the Sky

WASHINGTON - What in the world is that thing?The massive white orb drifting across U.S. airspace has triggered a diplomatic ...

Ukraine will burn if it strikes Crimea, ex-Russian president warns

Moscow could retaliate ?in any way possible? should Kiev decide to attack Crimea, Dmitry Medvedev has saidWashington's decision to supply ...

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Courts declare New Jersey anti-gun law cannot be enforced

TRENTON, New Jersey: A federal judge has blocked a New Jersey law allowing the state's attorney-general to sue gun manufacturers ...

US ending Covid emergency programs on May 11

WASHINGTON D.C.: The Biden administration said this week that it will end US COVID-19 emergency declarations on 11th May, nearly ...

After 11,000 US flights disrupted, FAA updates its computers

WASHINGTON D.C.: In a letter to lawmakers last week, the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said it had put in ...

Washington ends export licenses for supplying China's Huawei

WASHINGTON D.C.: The Biden administration has stopped issuing export licenses to US companies seeking to ship most items to China's ...

U.S. warned NATO expansionism would cross Russian tripwires

Nearly a year in, the war in Ukraine has cost tens of thousands of lives and brought the world to ...

After Biden tapped US oil reserves, House passes bill to end such uses

WASHINGTON D.C.: The US House of Representatives has passed a bill that limits the ability of US Energy Secretary Jennifer ...

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DONEGAL, Ireland - Announcing plans to expand its workforce in Donegal, the U.S. healthcare giant Abbott unveiled plans to create 500 new jobs in the country.Abbott Ireland currently hires c ...

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