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South Korean supplier plans $40 million auto parts plant in Georgia near new Hyundai complex 05/23/2023 07:27pm • STATESBORO, Ga. (AP) A South Korean company will build a $40 million factory in coastal Georgia to make heating and cooling systems near a Hyundai Motor Group auto assembly plant. Hanon Systems announced Tuesday that it would build the plant in Statesboro, with plans to hire at least 160 new emp Delaware committee approves state pay raises, adds funds for marijuana industry 05/23/2023 06:48pm • DOVER, Del. (AP) Members of the Delaware legislatures budget-writing committee began marking up Gov. John Carneys spending plan for the upcoming fiscal year on Tuesday by approving across-the-board pay raises of up to 9% for state employees. The Joint Finance Committee approved Carneys Business Highlights: Amazon workers plan walkout over layoffs; UPS strike looms 05/23/2023 04:34pm • ___ Car seats and baby formula are regulated. Is social media next? The U.S. surgeon general is warning there is not enough evidence to show that social media is safe for young people. Dr. Vivek Murthy is calling on tech companies, parents and caregivers to take immediate action to protect kids n More than 30 women in Cameroon abducted by separatist fighters for protesting illegal taxes 05/23/2023 03:47pm • YAOUNDE, Cameroon (AP) More than 30 women were abducted by separatist rebels in Cameroon, for protesting illegal taxes imposed on them by the fighters, said the government on Tuesday. The women were taken from Babanki, a farming village in the Northwest region along the border with Nigeria, said Italy OKs aid mega-package for flooded north, with museum ticket surcharge to help pay for it Italy OKs aid mega-package for flooded north, with museum ticket surcharge to help pay for it 05/23/2023 11:52am • ROME (AP) The Italian government on Tuesday approved more than 2 billion euros ($2.2 billion) in aid for the flood-stricken region of Emilia-Romagna in the north, including for farmers and business owners in one of the country's most productive regions. The government is envisioning raising by 1 High blood pressure plagues many Black Americans. Combined with COVID, it's catastrophic 05/23/2023 10:38am • DISTRICT HEIGHTS, Md. (AP) Charles Thomas was unwell but he had no time for rest. He was on the cusp of a management promotion and a move to Florida to begin a new chapter that would alter his familys financial future and break the cycle of generational poverty. Yet, as his familys prospe UK economy to avoid recession but inflation still a worry, IMF says UK economy to avoid recession but inflation still a worry, IMF says 05/23/2023 08:53am • LONDON (AP) The British economy will avoid falling into recession this year, according to upgraded growth forecasts Tuesday from the International Monetary Fund. In its latest assessment of the U.K. economy, the Washington-based fund said domestic demand had proven more resilient than anticipat The cyber gulag: How Russia tracks, censors and controls its citizens The cyber gulag: How Russia tracks, censors and controls its citizens 05/23/2023 08:20am • TALLINN, Estonia (AP) When Yekaterina Maksimova can't afford to be late, the journalist and activist avoids taking the Moscow subway, even though it's probably the most efficient route. That's because she's been detained five times in the past year, thanks to the system's pervasive security came Father, son sentenced for decadelong, $20 million lottery fraud scheme 05/23/2023 07:52am • BOSTON (AP) A father and son from Massachusetts have both been sent to prison for running an elaborate lottery fraud scheme designed to enrich themselves and help prize winners avoid paying taxes on their windfall, prosecutors said. Ali Jaafar, 63, and Yousef Jaafar, 29, both of Watertown, cashe No debt ceiling agreement, but Biden and McCarthy call White House talks productive No debt ceiling agreement, but Biden and McCarthy call White House talks productive 05/23/2023 07:03am • WASHINGTON (AP) President Joe Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy both said they had a productive debt ceiling discussion late Monday at the White House, but there was no agreement as negotiators strained to raise the nation's borrowing limit in time to avert a potentially chaotic federal def Asian stocks mixed after more US debt talks fail to break impasse Asian stocks mixed after more US debt talks fail to break impasse 05/23/2023 12:07am • BEIJING (AP) Asian stock markets were mixed Tuesday after more talks in Washington on government debt ended with no deal to avoid a potentially jarring default. Shanghai and Hong Kong declined while Tokyo and Sydney advanced. Oil prices rose. Wall Street's benchmark S&P 500 index edged up le Actor Jeremy Renner wants tax credits for film projects in northern Nevada, but he may have to wait Actor Jeremy Renner wants tax credits for film projects in northern Nevada, but he may have to wait 05/23/2023 12:07am • CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) Actor Jeremy Renner's hopes to expand a measure for the film industry to northern Nevada were effectively dashed Monday when the bill's sponsor said it's too late to entertain in the current legislative session. A bill moving through the Nevada Legislature would provide $1 North Carolina governor says GOP teacher pay, voucher plans a public education disaster 05/22/2023 09:40pm • RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper launched a campaign Monday to try to beat back education and tax legislation from the Republican-controlled General Assembly that he said if enacted would crush North Carolina's public schools and wobble the state's economic future. Its clear 7 of the Best High-Dividend ETFs 05/22/2023 08:00pm • The total returns earned by stock investors usually come from a combination of two sources: capital appreciation in the stock's share price, and periodic payments made to shareholders, called dividends. The latter plays an important, but often overlooked, role in compounding long-term returns. Consi 15 Companies That Help Pay Off Student Loans 05/22/2023 08:00pm • Whether you have a shiny new degree coming or one already hanging on the wall, it's possible you went into significant debt to earn it. In 2021, almost 64% of college graduates had taken on student debt, and the average student loan balance for those borrowers was $29,719, according to U.S. News dat
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