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OCTOBER 3, 2023 The S&P 500 was 1.1% lower in afternoon trading on Oct. 3, 2023, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average slid 1%. Stocks fell as the investors pulled out their money and moved it to the bond market, where Treasury yields soared. - Richard Drew, AP NEW YORK — Wall Street is sinking sharply Tuesday as it focuses on...
OCTOBER 3, 2023 WASHINGTON, D.C. : On the face of it, they are the face of global India, two of the most iconic names the country have given to the tech world. Often spoken of in the same breath and regarded as two sides of the same coin from the Indian educational mint, they are now, at best, frenemies. The...
OCTOBER 3, 2023 NEW DELHI: The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences on Tuesday awarded the 2023 Physics Nobel Prize to Pierre Agostini, Ferenc Krausz and Anne L’Huillier “for experimental methods that generate attosecond pulses of light for the study of electron dynamics in matter.” According to the academy, the trio are being recognised for their experiments, which have given humanity new...
OCTOBER 3, 2023 Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. NEW DELHI: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday said that his country is not looking at escalating tensions with India and wants to be on the ground to help its citizens. "Canada is not looking to escalate the situation with India, will continue to engage responsibly and constructively with New Delhi. We want...
SEPTEMBER 30, 2023 Heavy rain causes flooding in New York region. Torrential downpours that caused flash flooding in New York City on Friday reflect a "new normal" due to the effects of climate change, New York Governor Kathy Hochul warned on Saturday, as the city began drying out after one of its wettest days ever. FILE PHOTO: Remnants of Tropical Storm Ophelia...
SEPTEMBER 30, 2023 Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., talks to reporters following a closed-door meeting with House Republicans after his last-ditch plan to keep the government temporarily open collapsed yesterday, at the Capitol in Washington, Saturday, Sept. 30, 2023. WASHINGTON, D.C. — After lawmakers in Congress spent weeks fighting over how to avoid a shutdown that would impact millions...
SEPTEMBER 29, 2023 Sen. Dianne Feinstein, a California Democrat. Anna Moneymaker/The New York Times via AP, Pool Sen. Dianne Feinstein's death will temporarily narrow Senate Democrats' razor-thin majority. California's Gavin Newsom previously said he would name a Black woman as Feinstein's replacement. Newsom said he wouldn't name a replacement who wants to win a full term. Sen. Dianne Feinstein has died...
SEPTEMBER 29, 2023 Greg Erken. Courtesy of Greg Erken and Robert Alexander/Getty Images Greg Erken drives for both Uber and Lyft in Washington, DC, and has given over 12,000 rides. He says there are steps both the driver and the passenger can take to improve the experience. For starters, make sure your pickup location is accurate, and don't forget anything...
SEPTEMBER 28, 2023 Washington region, brace for impact. The federal government is poised to grind to a halt on Oct. 1, after hard-right Republicans in the House indicated they would block any short-term funding solution that the House majority would come up with to keep the government open. Perhaps nowhere in the country would the effects of a shutdown be felt...
SEPTEMBER 26, 2023 The Federal Trade Commission and 17 state attorneys general filed a sweeping antitrust lawsuit against Amazon Tuesday, a long-awaited move that seeks to bar the company from allegedly abusing its powers to raise prices for shoppers and levy high fees against businesses that sell on its platform. The lawsuit, filed in Western Washington district court, marks a historic...