China Successfully Launches First Astronauts for Space Station Construction After Being Banned From ISS
Years after being banned fron the ISS, China successfully sent three astronauts to its self-developed space station.
China Refutes Report of Nuclear Plant Radiation Leak; US Says It Is Investigating Incident at Guangdong Facility
As China remains silent, the US is reportedly investigating claims of a nuclear plant leak after a French company warned of an "imminent radiation hazard."
Bitcoin Price Increased: Elon Musk, Tanzania Lift Crypto to Nearly $40,000
Tanzania's President handed Bitcoin a much-needed shot in the arm after offering good news for cryptocurrency markets.
El Salvador Becomes the First Country to Adopt Bitcoin, Price Jumps After it Becomes Law
El Salvador has enacted legislation that makes it the world's first sovereign country to accept Bitcoin as legal currency alongside the US dollar.
Child Tax Credit Worth $3,600 Coming: How NOT to Miss the Stimulus Check By Doing This Step
There's a step to receive the stimulus check in Child Tax Credit worth $3,600 that you should know to make sure that you won't miss the payment.
IRS Says Millions Will Receive Unemployment Tax Refunds. When Will You Receive Yours?
The IRS says it will send 2.8 million unemployment tax refunds. Find out here when to receive yours if you are eligible for the adjustment.
Colonial Pipeline Ransom Mostly Recovered, but US Still Vulnerable to Attacks
Colonial Pipeline recovered majority of the $4.4 milljon in cryptocurrency ransom paid to restore the energy system, but Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said US' rivals are capable of shutting down the energy grid.
Walmart to Give 740,000 Free Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro to Its Associates
Walmart employees can now use their new Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro at home and at work without compromising their privacy.
Donald Trump Says Facebook Ban Until January 2023 Insults His Supporters, Teases Presidential Run in 2024
Former President Donald Trump claims Facebook's decision to suspend him for two years is an insult to his supporters as he once again drop hints of a comeback in the next presidential election.
China Accuses Western Brands of Selling Substandard, Harmful For Kids Products
China accused Western brands such as H&M, Zara, and Nike of selling substandard products that are potentially harmful to children.
Google to Start Accepting Cryptocurrency for advertisements by August
Google announced a new policy wherein it will be accepting cryptocurrency for ads. The regulated cryptocurrencies will be used for advertisements in the United States and Japan.
Supreme Court Denies Johnson & Johnson's Appeal To Throw Out $2 Billion Penalty in Talc Baby Powder Cancer Verdict
Johnson & Johnson is penalized for $2.1 billion after the Supreme Court rejected the firm's appeal against the 2018 verdict that their baby powder caused cancer in over 20 women.
Lawsuit That Accuses Google of Gender Pay Discrimination Granted With Class-Action Status
A lawsuit accusing Google of gender pay discrimination was granted class-action status on Thursday, allowing defendants to represent more than 10,800 women.
Lending Platform Issues Hundreds of Paycheck Protection Program Loans To Fake Farms, Companies
An online lending company issued hundreds of Paycheck Protection Program loans totaling $7 million to fake farms.
Amazon Shuts Down Connecticut Construction Site After 7 Nooses Found in Past Month
Amazon Connecticut construction site has halted operations after the discovery of a 7th noose-like rope on Wednesday.