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Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas says gay rights, contraception rulings should be reconsidered after Roe is overturned via US Top News and Analysis
Abortion no longer is a federal right with Roe v. Wade overturned. Supreme Court Justice Thomas now is eyeing cases related to gay rights and birth control.
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Stock futures fall following a major comeback week for stocks via US Top News and Analysis
Wall Street is set to wrap up the worst first half for stocks in decades this week.
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G-7 nations to announce import ban on Russian gold as Moscow sanctions widen via US Top News and Analysis
The leaders of the G-7 nations will announce a ban on Russian gold imports for Moscow's unprovoked invasion of Ukraine, U.S. President Joe Biden confirmed on Sunday morning.
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Fierce local battles over power lines are a bottleneck for clean energy via US Top News and Analysis
The deployment of renewable energy, like wind and solar, is being hamstrung by the United States' dysfunctional and dilapidated network of power lines.
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Anti-abortion states split on how to enforce ban, whether to prosecute or surveil doctors via US Top News and Analysis
Some states are pursuing aggressive measures, including encouraging surveillance of women and prosecuting doctors.
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Op-ed: The EU’s rewiring due to the war in Ukraine is game-changing, if it doesn’t short-circuit before the job is done via US Top News and Analysis
European leaders and citizens must understand what they are doing isn't just for Ukraine but even more for themselves.
9 hours ago
These are the 5 best—and worst—states for women-owned businesses in America via US Top News and Analysis
A Clarify Capital study ranks the best U.S. states for women-owned businesses based on metrics like gender pay gap and percentage of women-owned small businesses.
13 hours ago
Top Wall Street analysts stand by these stocks as the first half of 2022 wraps up via US Top News and Analysis
TipRanks analyst ranking service pinpoints Wall Street's best-performing stocks, including Adobe and Broadcom.
14 hours ago
Some 'Secure 2.0' retirement proposals in the Senate look different from the House version. Here are key provisions under consideration via US Top News and Analysis
A sequel to the original Secure Act of 2019 continues to advance in Congress, although not all proposals are guaranteed to make it into a final version.
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Exxon Mobil CEO cautions against an abrupt energy transition, warning underinvestment leads to high gas prices via US Top News and Analysis
The CEO of Exxon Mobil cautions against an abrupt energy transition, warning underinvestment will lead to high gas prices.
15 hours ago
Rhode Island cop arrested for assault on political opponent at abortion rights rally after Supreme Court Roe ruling via US Top News and Analysis
Jen Rourke said she was "violently attacked" after her speech outside the state house in Providence protesting the Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade.
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This couple left the U.S. to travel full-time—and cut expenses by 50%: 'We've lived in London, Rome and Lisbon' via US Top News and Analysis
In 2021, Kimanzi Constable and his wife sold their house in Florida and left the U.S. to travel the world full-time. Now, they're living as digital nomads in cities like Lisbon, Rome and Nice — and cut their monthly spending budget by 50%.
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World Health Organization says monkeypox is not a global health emergency right now via US Top News and Analysis
The WHO did not activate its highest alert level in response to the global monkeypox outbreak, called a public health emergency of international concern.
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President Biden signs bipartisan gun reform bill into law via US Top News and Analysis
President Joe Biden signed the nation's most significant gun reform bill in decades into law early Saturday after years of stalled efforts to tighten gun laws.
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El Salvador's $425 million bitcoin experiment isn't saving the country's finances via US Top News and Analysis
The government's crypto coffers have been cut in half, bitcoin adoption nationwide isn't really taking off, and the country has big upcoming debt payments.
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Social Security isn't bankrupt: What we know about future benefits based on the latest trustees report via US Top News and Analysis
A later depletion date for Social Security's trust funds isn't anything to celebrate. But there are some nuggets of good news for beneficiaries in a new report.
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Recruiters say the tech job market is still red-hot, despite isolated layoffs and cautious words from execs via US Top News and Analysis
The tech industry remains "desperate" for talent as it continues to grow despite recession fears.
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70% of retirees would tell their younger selves to start saving earlier via US Top News and Analysis
Most retirees would tell their younger selves to start saving and investing for retirement earlier, an Employee Benefit Research survey found.
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How giving yourself gifts can help you save more money via US Top News and Analysis
You need to establish short-term rewards for yourself to achieve long-term goals, according to Charles Duhigg, author of "The Power of Habit."
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Supreme Court's overturning of Roe v. Wade will financially hurt the 'most marginalized' women, experts say via US Top News and Analysis
The Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade may cause financial hardship for many women, especially those already facing economic instability.
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