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Janet Yellen’s Reassurance: Your Bank Deposits Are Safe Despite Recent Failures

Janet Yellen, the U.S. Treasury Secretary, has provided reassurance to Americans amidst recent banking failures, stating that the nation’s financial system is secure and their deposits are safe. She assured the public that the government has taken decisive actions to protect depositors in the failed Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank and provided additional support […]

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The CDC’s Sneaky Move: Using Phone Location Data to Monitor Lockdown Compliance

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has taken a controversial step by purchasing access to at least 55 million Americans’ phone location data to monitor compliance with lockdown measures. While this may seem necessary in the fight against the virus, it raises serious concerns about privacy

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Service Sector Regains Traction, But Inflation Fears Continue

The U.S. services sector activity saw a rise in March due to the lifting of pandemic restrictions. However, higher fuel prices and other commodities caused by Russia’s war with Ukraine created uncertainty for many businesses. According to Tuesday’s Institute for Supply Management survey, inflation and capacity constraints remained major problems. However, the labor shortage had

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