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The U.S. Must Release the Semiconductor Industry from China's Grasp | Opinion

16 minutes ago   |   Newsweek

The chip industry is fundamental to U.S. national and economic security, and onshoring semiconductor manufacturing plants holds the promise of economic growth.
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Ukraine, Taiwan and a Weak Commander in Chief | Opinion

48 minutes ago   |   Newsweek

The United States is confronting a pair of ruthless dictatorships in two potential collisions that could change history and leave Americans at enormous risk.
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Condemned Alabama Inmate Who Wants to Die by Nitrogen Suffocation Wins Stay of Execution

11 hours ago   |   Newsweek

The Alabama Attorney General's Office said it would appeal. Reeves was scheduled to be executed on January 27 by lethal injection, according to the opinion.
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CEO Pay Is Not a Systemic Problem in America | Opinion

15 hours ago   |   Newsweek

It's difficult to have this conversation without realizing there are some really good CEOs out there who probably earn every penny.
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CEOs in America Are Overpaid | Opinion

15 hours ago   |   Newsweek

We can empower shareholders, who have some role on this.
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Real Conservatives Are Anti-War. Ukraine Is Exposing the Real Divide in the GOP | Opinion

16 hours ago   |   Newsweek

It's a conservative impulse to avoid meddling with other people's business, especially other countries' business.
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The keyboard cavalry is back

19 hours ago   |   Al Jazeera

The pundits who rallied for the war in Iraq are now giving advice on Ukraine.
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SpaceX rocket to make first-ever ‘unintended lunar impact'

SpaceX rocket to make first-ever ‘unintended lunar impact'

20 hours ago   |   RT

A derelict rocket booster from a 2015 mission will likely create the first-ever accidental lunar impact in early March An out-of-control SpaceX rocket is on a collision course...
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Anti-trans Bills Harm Freedom and Liberty for All | Opinion

22 hours ago   |   Newsweek

The Republican attacks on free expression contradict our fundamental principles of freedom and liberty and are inherently un-American.
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The Question of Legal Culpability for COVID Deaths | Opinion

22 hours ago   |   Newsweek

If Republicans succeed in preventing President Joe Biden from containing the pandemic, they are more likely to win elections. But more Americans are dying as a result. That...
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Whistleblowers Make Spaceflight Safer, Says Witness to Apollo Tragedy

As we continue to push into space, the 55th anniversary of the deadly fire reminds us to prioritize both safety and people Read more ...

'Tomorrow can be better': New research gives hope to COVID-19 long haulers

'Tomorrow can be better': New research gives hope to COVID-19 long haulers

Long haulers often suffer from chronic and debilitating conditions for months or years after the initial COVID-19 infection. Read more ...

Rialto Street, one of the steepest streets in Pittsburgh, closed due to icy...

Rialto Street, one of the steepest streets in Pittsburgh, closed due to icy conditions

Street was shut down on Thursday morning Read more ...

What you can do to help plow drivers

What you can do to help plow drivers

A plow driver shortage is expected as Massachusetts braces for a storm set to bring more than 1 foot of snow. Read more ...

Churchill: Sheldon Silver leaves an appalling legacy

Sheldon Silver leaves a legacy that lingers in the distrust many New Yorkers have for their government. Read more ...

Jobless rate drops across Hudson Valley, 2.2% in Columbia

December 2021 jobless rates across the region fell by more than half from the year prior. Yet many employers still find themselves searching for staff. Read more ...

No warm up until next week

No warm up until next week

Brief thaw out this afternoon Read more ...

WHO staffers accused its Western Pacific director of racism and abuse

WHO staffers accused its Western Pacific director of racism and abuse

The allegations were laid out in an internal complaint sent by unidentified "concerned WHO staff" to senior leadership. Read more ...

G.D.P. Data Is Expected to Show a Strong Finish to 2021

If the Commerce Department report confirms economists' forecasts, last year's rebound will have been the strongest in decades. Follow economic updates. Read more ...

Cases Dismissed, Judges Replaced: Texas Struggles to Prosecute Migrants

More than 2,500 migrants have been arrested on trespassing charges under a program created last year by Gov. Greg Abbott. About 900 are still being held in state prisons. Read more ...