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Poultry Farms Lose Millions as Deadly Virus Infects Birds

Unexpectedly, a deadly, spreading bird flu virus emerged in the United States, threatening poultry farms and businesses all around the nation. The tragedy killed more than 52.7 million animals nationwide. In addition, avian influenza, often known as HPAI, affects a lot of poultry. The virus has

NASA’s Artemis I Mission to the Moon Almost in its Goal

After the Orion spacecraft successfully sailed by the Moon and currently travels towards Earth, NASA’s Artemis 1 mission nearly accomplished its objective. After many cancellations months earlier, NASA finally launched the first Artemis mission to the Moon last month. The mission’s planned route from the Earth

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Sam Bankman-Fried Says He ‘Didn’t Ever Try to Commit Fraud’

Sam Bankman-Fried, the founder of FTX, offered a defense on a new development to the investigation into the crypto empire. He said he “didn’t ever try to commit fraud on anyone.”  “Clearly, I made a lot of mistakes,” Bankman-Fried stated in virtual attendance at the New

Media Companies Afflicted by Financial Problems

With the economy in disarray, some media businesses started to lay off several employees and stop hiring. For instance, CNN management announced that they would start firing staff to their hundreds of employees. The firm has recently seen its worst layoffs. Chris Licht, the company’s chief

PM Jacinda Ardern Puts Off a Reporter’s Sexist Question

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern responds to a reporter who threw a sexist question at a joint press conference. Ardern spoke during a news conference alongside Finland’s Prime Minister Sanna Marin. During the news conference, the leaders emphasized the two countries’ friendship. More importantly, the

Analysts Think Vladimir Putin will not Back Down in War Against Ukraine

Analyst surmise that Russian President Vladimir Putin would not back down in its war against Ukraine, despite the possibility of loss and military obstacles. Putin and his military officers predicted an extended conflict when Russia started to invade Ukraine in February. Instead, neighbors heavily chastised Russia,

Cabot Oil and Gas Takes Accountability for Dimock Water Damage

Cabot Oil and Gas offers to repay the community and develop safe and clean water reserves for the Dimock residents. The catastrophe occurred in 2009. An explosion caused methane to flow into Dimock residents’ private water wells. The firm, then known as Cabot Oil and Gas,

Disney CEO Bob Iger Supports the LGBTQ Community

Disney’s newly reinstated CEO, Bob Iger, promised that the studio would preserve inclusiveness and diversity in all its themes. The announcement followed criticism directed at Disney for allegedly addressing LGBTQ problems inappropriately. Disney has always been a location that promotes gender equality and diversity, Iger highlighted

TikTok Probed by House Republicans

A new round of criticism of the popular global network for sharing content, TikTok, is being thrown by House Republicans. They claim TikTok purposefully deceived Congress about how the company processed the data of its US-based consumers. In a letter to TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew,

NASA’s Artemis I Mission to the Moon Almost in its Goal

After the Orion spacecraft successfully sailed by the Moon and currently travels towards Earth, NASA’s Artemis 1 mission nearly accomplished its objective. After many cancellations months earlier, NASA finally launched the first

Media Companies Afflicted by Financial Problems

With the economy in disarray, some media businesses started to lay off several employees and stop hiring. For instance, CNN management announced that they would start firing staff to their hundreds of

Disney CEO Bob Iger Supports the LGBTQ Community

Disney’s newly reinstated CEO, Bob Iger, promised that the studio would preserve inclusiveness and diversity in all its themes. The announcement followed criticism directed at Disney for allegedly addressing LGBTQ problems inappropriately.

TikTok Probed by House Republicans

A new round of criticism of the popular global network for sharing content, TikTok, is being thrown by House Republicans. They claim TikTok purposefully deceived Congress about how the company processed the