Twitter Allows Backtracking and Sharing of Biden NY Post Story

Last Friday, Twitter reversed its controversial editorial decision to block users from sharing a New York Post article that pertains to “smoking gun” emails related to Joe Biden and his son. The emails obtained from Hunter Biden’s laptop are left…

Supreme Court Acknowledges Trump’s Appeal to Exclude Undocumented Immigrants from Census Count

The Supreme Court announced that it would review President Trump’s appeal to exclude undocumented immigrants from the census count used to calculate the allocation of congressional districts on November 30. The unprecedented plan could affect moving federal funds from urban…

Amazon’s Possible Expansion Seen in New Jobs at New Amazon Care Service

It looks like Amazon is expanding with Amazon Care, a telemedicine service currently available only to its employees and their dependents in Washington state. Lately, the online clinic is hiring people in various business development posts to attract commercial enterprises…

Three Frontiers Provide Banking Opportunities for LGBTQ+ Community

The LGBTQ+ community encounters considerable difficulties in the financial world. Regularly, these difficulties straightforwardly come from personality-related concerns. As per a 2018 review by Experian, 62% of LGBTQ respondents announced having encountered problems with their funds due to their sex…

Walmart CEO Asks for Stimulus Deal from Congress

Walmart CEO Doug McMillon urges legislative leaders to pass a stimulus package that could give genuinely necessary financial support to people, families, and organizations as the Covid pandemic keeps up its hold on the United States. In a meeting on…

Facebook to Use A.I. for Renewable Energy Storage Improvement

United States tech giant Facebook and Carnegie Mellon University strive to utilize artificial intelligence (A.I.) to develop new electrocatalysts to improve renewable energy sources. Facebook A.I. worked together with Carnegie Mellon University to stimulate the catalyst creation process. They plan…

Saudi Arabia Will Not Join UN Human Rights Council

Saudi Arabia forfeited its spot on the United Nations Human Rights Council to China, Russia, and Cuba last Tuesday. The Middle East nation failed in its attempt to gain a place on the 47-seat human rights-body by getting a total…

Supreme Court Approves Trump’s Bid to Temporarily End 2020 Census Count

The Supreme Court on Tuesday temporarily permits the Trump administration to end field operations for the 2020 census on October 31 to give enough time to process the data before the year ends. The decision came with an unsigned order,…

Princeton to Pay $1 Million in Addressing Wage Disparity

Princeton University agrees to pay female professors $1 million after a U.S. Department of Labor finds wage disparity. The U.S. Department of Labor told Independent that Princeton University has agreed to pay about $1 million in back compensation after the…

Trump Tested Negative Sans PCR Test Result

In a memo issued last Monday, Dr. Sean Conley announced that POTUS tested negative from the coronavirus for two consecutive days. However, the White House doctor’s statement did not state when Trump was last tested. The President’s physician remarked that…