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February 05

It wasn’t me: Ex-UK PM Truss blames 'system' for her failure

Former British Prime Minister Liz Truss says her failure wasn’t her fault
February 05
February 05

EU migration impasse leaves many refugees out in the cold

Many refugees and asylum-seekers are literally left out in the cold for months as the European Union fails to get its migration system working properly
February 05
February 04

India's G-20 energy meet to balance renewables, fossil fuels

Over 500 energy industry heavyweights will descend on the southern Indian city of Bengaluru on Monday to discuss the future of renewables and fossil fuels at India Energy Week — the first big ticket event of the country’s presidency of the Group of 20 ...
February 04
February 04

Gas prices dip in NJ, around nation as cold weather returns

Gas prices dipped in New Jersey and around the country at large as cold weather descended on parts of the nation following an unusually warm January
February 04
February 04

Tesla hikes price of Model Y after US alters tax credit rule

The changes make more versions of the small SUV eligible for tax credits.
February 04
February 04

Route to Super Bowl dangerous for Mexico's avocado haulers

It is a long and sometimes dangerous journey for truckers transporting the avocados destined for guacamole on tables and tailgates in the United States during the Super Bowl
February 04
February 04

Disney World unions vote down offer covering 45,000 workers

Union members voted down a contract proposal covering tens of thousands of Walt Disney World service workers, saying it didn’t go far enough toward helping employees face cost-of-living hikes in housing and other expenses in central Florida
February 04
February 04

Why a new Alzheimer's drug is having a slow US debut

The first drug to show that it slows Alzheimer’s is on sale, but treatment for most patients is still several months away
February 04
February 04

State of the Union: Biden sees economic glow, GOP sees gloom

Going into Tuesday’s State of the Union address, President Joe Biden sees a nation with a glowing economic future
February 04
February 04

Sri Lanka marks independence anniversary amid economic woes

Sri Lanka has marked its 75th independence anniversary as a bankrupt nation, with many citizens angry, anxious and in no mood to celebrate
February 04
February 03

New California oil well ban put on hold for voters to decide

California’s new law banning new oil and gas wells near homes, schools and other community sites has been put on hold until after voters decide next year whether to throw the law out
February 03
February 03

Feds say cyberattack caused suicide helpline's outage

A cyberattack caused a nearly daylong outage of the nation’s new 988 mental health helpline late last year, federal officials tell The Associated Press
February 03
February 03

US board clears path for mini-union vote at big Nissan plant

The federal labor board has decided that fewer than 100 employees out of thousands at Nissan’s auto assembly plant in Tennessee can hold a vote on whether to form a small union
February 03
February 03

Super Bowl prop betting increasing in popularity

The Super Bowl draws a larger portion of casual bettors than other American sporting events
February 03
February 03

Florida lawmakers to meet next week on Disney, immigration

Florida lawmakers will meet next week to complete a state takeover of Walt Disney World’s self-governing district and debate proposals on immigration and election crimes
February 03
February 03

How major US stock indexes fared Friday 2/3/2023

Wall Street’s rally hit a wall after a surprisingly strong jobs report fueled worries about inflation and higher interest rates
February 03
February 03

Closing prices for crude oil, gold and other commodities

Benchmark U.S. crude oil for March delivery fell $2.49 to $73.39 a barrel Friday
February 03
February 03

AP source: MLB forms economic group as regional TV in peril

Major League Baseball has formed a new economic study committee in light of a possible bankruptcy for the company that owns local broadcasting rights to 14 of 30 teams
February 03
February 03

G-7, Europe reach deal for price cap on Russian diesel

U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen says industrialized countries in the Group of Seven are imposing a price cap on refined Russian oil products such as diesel and kerosene, as part of a coalition that includes Australia and a tentative agreement from...
February 03
February 03

Treasury makes more electric SUVs eligible for tax credits

The Treasury Department said Friday it is making more electric vehicles — including SUVs made by Tesla, Ford and General Motors — eligible for tax credits of up to $7,500 under new vehicle classification definitions
February 03
February 03

Skull found in '97 in remote Alaska belongs to New York man

Alaska authorities say a skull found in a remote part of the state’s Interior in 1997 belongs to a New York man whose death was likely caused by a bear mauling
February 03
February 03

Nostalgia sells; nostalgia with a twist can be a smash

Nostalgia sells and marketers know it, having used the brands of yesteryear fully aware that consumers will willingly open their wallets to scratch that sentimental itch
February 03
February 03

Why the job market is booming despite high-profile layoffs

The economy added a staggering 517,000 jobs in January, government data showed.
February 03
Restaurant works are pictured in this undated stock photo.
February 03

Wrexham to compete in 7-on-7 tournament in North Carolina

The fifth-tier Welsh club owned by actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney will send a team to compete in a $1 million, winner-take-all, seven—on-seven tournament in June in Cary, North Carolina
February 03
February 03

Jury clears Musk of wrongdoing in 2018 tweets

The verdict was reached after less than two hours of deliberation.
February 03
February 03

Major Florida hospital hit by possible ransomware attack

A major hospital system in northern Florida says it is diverting some emergency room patients and canceling surgeries after an security problem with information technology
February 03
February 03

Missing Florida Lyft driver's car found with slaying suspect

The car owned by a missing 74-year-old Florida Lyft driver has been found in North Carolina and the man who was driving it is wanted in connection with a homicide last week in southwest Florida
February 03
February 03

Spanish court: Amazon violated labor law with delivery app

A Spanish court says Amazon broke labor laws by forcing more than 2,000 delivery drivers to use an app that the company controlled for scheduling work and payments as well as requiring them to use their own cars and cellphones on the job
February 03
February 03

Activision Blizzard settles SEC charges for $35 million

Government regulators announced Friday that videogame maker Activision Blizzard has agreed to pay $35 million to settle charges that it failed to maintain controls to collect and assess workplace complaints with regard to disclosure requirements and vi...
February 03
February 03

An unexpected job surge confounds the Fed's economic models

Does the Federal Reserve have it wrong
February 03
February 03

Google, Apple, Amazon give investors reason to fret

Wall Street has its eyes on big tech after some of the biggest companies in the world posted lackluster quarterly financial performances
February 03
February 03

Iraqis protest in Baghdad as currency crisis continues

Iraq's currency has continued its slide and protesters are asking the government to take action to stop the crisis
February 03
February 03

Microsoft: Iran unit behind Charlie Hebdo hack-and-leak op

After the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo launched a cartoon contest to mock Iran’s ruling cleric, a state-backed Iranian cyber unit struck back in early January with a hack-and-leak campaign intent on striking fear with the claimed pilfering o...
February 03
February 03

US tells owners to park old Hondas until air bags are fixed

Honda and the U.S. government are urging owners of about 8,200 older vehicles not to drive them until dangerous air bag inflators are replaced
February 03
February 03

Pakistan PM warns of 'tough time' to fulfill IMF conditions

Pakistan’s prime minister has warned of a “tough time” as his government struggles to comply with conditions set by the International Monetary Fund for the next tranche of the country’s bailout package
February 03
February 03

Ford returns to Formula One in partnership with Red Bull

Ford will return to Formula One as the engine provider for Red Bull Racing in a partnership announced Friday that begins with immediate technical support this season and engines in 2026
February 03
February 03

US employers added a robust 517,000 jobs in January in sign of a still-strong labor market despite Fed rate hikes

US employers added a robust 517,000 jobs in January in sign of a still-strong labor market despite Fed rate hikes
February 03
February 03

Ukraine may also get old Leopard 1 tanks from German stocks

Ukraine could add old Leopard 1 battle tanks from German defense industry stocks to deliveries of modern tanks that Germany and other governments pledged last week to counter Russian forces in the war
February 03
February 03

NATO urges Russia to respect nuclear pact with the US

NATO is calling on Russia to respect the only treaty it has with the United States to keep a lid on nuclear weapons expansion
February 03
February 03

Households plunged into vicious cycle of debt as interest rates soar

The economic situation could plunge some households into debt for years.
February 03
The economic situation could plunge some households into debt for years.
February 03

8 dead migrants recovered off Italian island of Lampedusa

Italy's coast guard says that the bodies of eight migrants have been recovered during an operation overnight that also rescued 42 survivors in the central Mediterranean off the island of Lampedusa
February 03
February 03

China confirms offer to Sri Lanka of debt moratorium

China has confirmed it is offering Sri Lanka a two-year moratorium on loan repayments as the Indian Ocean island nation struggles to restructure $51 billion in foreign debt that pushed it into a financial crisis
February 03
February 03

Households plunged into vicious cycle of debt as interest rates soar

The economic situation could plunge some households into debt for years.
February 03
A bottle of orange juice sits at the checkout counter of a grocery store on January 19, 2023 in Miami, Florida.
February 03

Jailed leader of Greek far-right party faces election ban

Greece’s government is seeking to ban a far-right political party led by a jailed former lawmaker from participating in a general election later this year
February 03
February 03

Companies pledge millions in fed effort to stem road deaths

Nearly 50 businesses and nonprofits including rideshare companies Uber and Lyft and industrial giant 3M are pledging millions of dollars in initiatives to stem a crisis in road fatalities under a new federal effort
February 03
February 03

EU prepares more Russia sanctions; Kremlin readies offensive

European Union officials say the bloc will unveil its 10th package of sanctions against Russia on Feb. 24 to mark the anniversary of Moscow’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine
February 03
February 03

Indian tycoon Adani hit by more losses, calls for probe

Shares in troubled Adani Enterprises have tumbled 30% and then rebounded after more than a week of heavy losses that have cost it tens of billions of dollars in market value
February 03
February 03

Along Ukraine-Belarus border, a war of nerves — and drones

On the Belarusian border, Ukrainian units are using drones to monitor a long expanse of marsh and woodland for a possible surprise offensive from the north
February 03
February 03

Wall Street rally hits wall of hot jobs, cold earnings data

Wall Street’s rally hit a wall after a surprisingly strong jobs report fueled worries about inflation and higher interest rates
February 03
February 03

China, Hong Kong scrap cross-border travel quota, COVID test

Travel between Hong Kong and China will no longer require COVID-19 PCR tests nor be held to a daily limit as both places seek to drive economic growth
February 03
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