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We Webb Space Telescope successfully deployed its 21-foot primary mirror
Washington - US January 9 ANI NASA's James Webb Space Telescope team successfully deployed its 21 foot, gold-coated primary mirror, successfully completing the final stage of all major spacecraft operations 2022 to prepare for science operations operations. Washington - US January 9 ANI NASA 's James Webb Space Telescope team successfully deployed its 21 foot, gold-coated primary mirror, successfully completing the final stage of all major spacecraft deployments to prepare for science operations...
Updated: 01/09/2022
Biden to address Jan. 6 anniversary with speech calling for Trump to blame
... to say about voting rights soon. Trump had planned to hold a news conference Thursday for the anniversary of the Jan. 6 attack, but canceled it on Tuesday, blaming the House Select Committee investigating the riot. A Washington Post-University of Maryland poll found that 60 percent of Americans think Trump has a good deal or a good deal to take over the attack, according to a Washington Post-University of Maryland poll released Saturday. The poll found that Americans' views were deeply divided ...
Updated: 01/06/2022
Trump cancels Jan. 6 news conference, blames House Committee for riot
... liability. It's good that Trump has decided not to use this day for hyperbolic political hits, and for the sake of the country, Democrats should do the same, said a senior Republican aide on Capitol Hill. According to a Washington Post-University of Maryland poll released Saturday, a majority of Americans said Trump's level of responsibility for the Jan. 6 attack was either a good deal or a good deal. 72 percent of Republicans and 83 percent of Trump voters said he is not responsible at all, or bears ...
Updated: 01/05/2022
Restaurant restaurants scramble for chicken parts
Restaurants are adding thigh and other chicken meat to menus and entrees because of short supplies and escalating costs of chicken breasts and wings. Restaurants are adding thighs and other dark poultry meat to menus and entrees because of short supplies and escalating costs of chicken breasts and wings. More-coveted and profitable products like breasts and tenders have been overshadowed by less-loved portions like thighs and legs, which have been directed towards export markets and lower-profile...
Updated: 01/03/2022
Powerball jackpot still up for grabs after no winner
... number was 7. Powerball said that there were more than 2.7 million tickets that won prizes ranging from $4 to $2 million and three winning Match 5 tickets worth $1 million each sold in Arizona, California and Florida . Other winning tickets sold in Maryland . The last Powerball jackpot was hit in California in October when a single ticket won $699.8 million. It was the 5th largest in Powerball history and 7th largest in U.S. lottery history, according to the news release. There have been 38 drawings ...
Updated: 01/02/2022
White House mulls Sarah Bloom Raskin as Fed Chair
... strict interpretation of the Volcker Rule, a major post-crisis reform curbing such speculative investments. Former President Barack Obama later tapped Raskin to serve as a deputy Treasury secretary. She spent time as the top financial regulator for Maryland before joining the Fed. Raskin recently took a new role at Duke Law, where she has taught since 2017. She will be a faculty director at the Global Financial Markets Center next year. Raskin didn't respond to requests for comment. From 2012 to ...
Updated: 12/28/2021
Judge rules Google can monitor internet use on Incognito
Dec. 28 Reuters - Plaintiffs accusing Alphabet Inc. of illegally tracking their internet use while on Incognito browsing mode can be asked for up to two hours by Chief Executive Sundar Pichai, a California federal judge has ruled. Dec. 28 Reuters - Plaintiffs accusing Alphabet Inc. of illegally tracking their internet use while on Incognito browsing mode can be asked for up to two hours by Chief Executive Sundar Pichai , a California federal judge has ruled. In a lawsuit filed in June 2020, users...
Updated: 12/28/2021
As cases surge across the U.S., experts call for shorter isolation times
... cause significant disruptions to our workforce and operations, Nicholas Calio, president and CEO of the airline group, wrote in a Dec. 23 letter to the CDC. Here is what the numbers say. Record cases in several states including Florida , Hawaii , Maryland , New Jersey , and New York have been reported over the holiday weekend, with record cases of new COVID 19 cases being reported. New York City reported about 55,000 cases on December 26, which is more than triple the number of confirmed cases ...
Updated: 12/27/2021
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