Rep. Katie Porter announced her candidacy for Senate in California.
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Women walk with their donkeys in Ethiopia's Amhara region. Buena Vista Images/GettyImagesIn recent years, there’s been a huge, rising demand for donkey hides in China, where they are used to make an ancient health-related product called ejiao. Ejiao is made from collagen that’s been extracted from donkey hides mixed with herbs and other ingredients to create medicinal and health consumer products. It’s believed to have properties that strengthen the blood, stop bleeding and improve the quality o
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Four Supreme Court justices opted against attending President Biden's State of the Union address at the U.S. Capitol on Tuesday evening.
To boost engagement, making employees feel like their opinions are heard is almost as important as letting them work from home.
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Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, I-Ariz., said she welcomed President Joe Biden's "support of our bipartisan successes."
The economist who predicted that A.I. would replace half of all U.S. jobs now says ChatGPT is the equivalent of Uber disrupting the taxi industry—and it could lead to lower wages
If ChatGPT is successful in creating competition like Uber did, it could drive wages down, according to Oxford economist Carl Frey.
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Waves of layoffs from Silicon Valley firms in recent months have caused East Coast cities to eclipse the traditional tech mecca when it comes to job openings in the sector.
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Despite the massive wave of layoffs, there are still plenty of job openings for tech workers if they have the right skill set, a report says.
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ABC News’ Linsey Davis spoke with Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for her response to President Biden’s State of the Union address and Republican reactions during the speech.
George Santos grabbed an aisle seat at the State of the Union. Not everyone was eager to shake his hand.
Seated beside GOP Rep. Thomas Massie of Kentucky, Santos soon discovered that not everyone, including some Republicans, was interested in seeing him.
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President Joe Biden outlined his administration's achievements in his State of the Union address Tuesday, but in places he left out important context.
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Daylight saving time 2022: U.S. Senate OK'd Sunshine Protection Act, but California will still fall back, for now
Love it or hate it, it's coming up: Daylight saving time. Get ready to "fall back" on Nov. 6, when California residents set clocks back 1 hour
- American City Business Journals
Do the recently disclosed layoffs at Briggs & Stratton signal the leading edge of manufacturing layoffs in southeast Wisconsin?
- The Week
Polling suggests Americans increasingly see the Biden administration as a do-nothing dud. Are they right?
- The Hill
House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries (D-N.Y.) suggested that Republicans who heckled President Biden during the State of the Union address Tuesday evening are unfit to serve in Congress. “President Biden delivered a compelling speech outlining a vision to make life better for everyday Americans,” Jeffries tweeted following the speech. “And his dignity presented a stark…
We asked ChatGPT which jobs it thinks it will replace—and it’s not good news for data entry professionals or reporters
The bot said jobs have already been lost to A.I. and that trend will continue -but ChatGPT does think it will have a "net positive" impact on employment.
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Speechwriting experts say Biden made a good faith effort at promoting bipartisanship in his State of the Union, but did not confront the China threat as aggressively as he should have.
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The response from many Republican lawmakers to President Biden's State of the Union address on Tuesday marked a new low for civility in politics in the United States.
The Netherlands is a crucial part of the semiconductor supply chain. Bringing it on board the chip ban could take years, writes Emily Benson.
Subway will no longer serve pre-sliced meat in its shops, adding automatic in-store slicers to its 22,000 stores, "by summer 2023," says the sandwich chain.
NEW YORK (Reuters) -A federal judge on Tuesday rejected a proposal to modify Sam Bankman-Fried's bail conditions, despite an agreement between the FTX cryptocurrency exchange founder and prosecutors to address potential witness tampering concerns. U.S. District Judge Lewis Kaplan in Manhattan did not provide reasons for the denial, and said a hearing on bail remains scheduled for Feb. 9. A spokesman for Bankman-Fried declined to comment.