House Oversight Committee Chairwoman Carolyn Maloney has subpoenaed gun manufacturer Smith & Wesson on the use of its assault weapons in mass shootings. MSNBC’s Sam Stein breaks down the latest on this development.
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Carolina Panthers owner David Tepper’s real estate company has proposed to pay more than $82 million to creditors over an abandoned practice facility project in Rock Hill under a new plan proposed Thursday. The development of the Panthers’ state-of-the-art $800 million practice facility — which would have served as the team's new headquarters — fell apart after highly-publicized disputes between Tepper and the City of Rock Hill and York County.
- Poets & Quants
From nimbu pani carts to taking Kerala’s banana chips to the rest of India, here are five MBA graduates who ditched the traditional corporate job route and followed their true love — food. ... The post 5 Indian MBAs Who Left Corporate Jobs To Follow Their Hearts appeared first on Poets&Quants.
- The Week
Judge rules Walgreens contributed to San Francisco opioid crisis
- Footwear News
The announcement marks Walmart's latest investment in its supply chain.
- The State
The EEOC filed a lawsuit against the corporation, accusing it of disability discrimination.
- Christian Science Monitor
While Gen Z may have had the technical know-how to kick off careers remotely during the pandemic, it values connection and prioritizes work-life balance.
Crude prices fell earlier today, but bounced back after the EIA reported a large build in crude stocks, but a large draw in gasoline inventories
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One brave TikToker is daring to say what few would admit in this cultural climate: Working at Staples is actually pretty sweet.
A California man says in court documents he caught his wife trying to kill him by pouring Drano in his drinks
Jack Chen filed for divorce and a domestic-violence restraining order against his wife. She was arrested but not charged, and she denies his claims.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Boeing on Wednesday delivered its first 787 Dreamliner since May 2021, a milestone for the planemaker that has faced production problems with its widebody jet. American Airlines said it had taken delivery of its first Boeing 787 Dreamliner since April 2021, sending shares up 4.5%. American Airlines Chief Executive Robert Isom in an Instagram post reiterated the airline expects to receive nine 787s in 2022.
- Associated Press
A San Diego woman who alleges Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer sexually abused her has filed a countersuit to his defamation claim, alleging the baseball star beat her and left her bruised, according to a court filing. Bauer has denied abusing the woman he met through social media. Major League Baseball has suspended Bauer for two years, a ruling made after Bauer sued the woman.
- National Review
The IRS deleted a job posting Wednesday seeking a Special Agent "willing to use deadly force" for its law enforcement division, Criminal Investigation (CI). The deletion came amid renewed scrutiny of the IRS in response to a Democrat-backed spending bill that would double the size of the agency.
- Business Insider
The three Rs explain why oil prices have fallen from their June highs: Recession worries, Russian resilience, and retreating demand.
Here are 3 proven ways to get rich during a recession — without having to risk a bunch of money to do it
Don’t suffer through the downturn. Take advantage of it, instead.
- The New Voice of Ukraine
There is no path out of economic oblivion for Russia as long as the allied countries remain unified in maintaining and increasing sanctions pressure against Russia, five Yale University scientists said in an August 2022 study.
- The Telegraph
Quantum computing – the idea that the weird world of quantum mechanics can be harnessed to make faster computers able to solve problems that traditional ones cannot – has always sounded impossibly futuristic. So you may be surprised to hear that you can go on to one computer company’s website and start to use its quantum computers, via the “cloud”, right now.
Army officer pepper-sprayed by a cop wins right to jury trial, but judge also grants cop some immunity
NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — A U.S. Army lieutenant who was pepper-sprayed, struck and handcuffed during a traffic stop in Virginia […] The post Army officer pepper-sprayed by a cop wins right to jury trial, but judge also grants cop some immunity appeared first on TheGrio.
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Kobe Bryant's widow, Vanessa, is going to trial against Los Angeles County in a case about gruesome photos from fatal helicopter crash in 2020.
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Manville Police Lt. Paul Meixner has asked a judge to dismiss the charges that he allegedly pointed a loaded shotgun at a longtime department employee
NEW DELHI (Reuters) -Indian companies are using Asian currencies more often to pay for Russian coal imports, according to customs documents and industry sources, avoiding the U.S. dollar and cutting the risk of breaching Western sanctions against Moscow. Reuters previously reported on a large Indian coal deal involving the Chinese yuan, but the customs data underline how non-dollar settlements are becoming commonplace. India has aggressively stepped up purchases of Russian oil and coal since the war in Ukraine began, helping to cushion Moscow from the effects of sanctions and allowing New Delhi to secure raw materials at discounts compared to supplies from other countries.