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Is This the Top to Stocks?

What are the Main Drivers of U.S. markets? I’m sure Zacks Chief Equity Strategist and Economist, John Blank, can tell us.1. John, does the Fed top this list?2. What’s likely to happen in the markets once the Fed starts tapering?3. Is Fed...
Topics: Fed

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BREAKING: County Supervisor Steve Chucri Leaked Audio: “I’ve Had DEMOCRATS Telling Me They...

The Gateway Pundit has obtained exclusive audio recordings of Maricopa County Recorder Steve Chucri expressing his doubts in the election and his despise for his colleagues. Chucri says many hateful things about his colleagues who fought against a...

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In Biden’s Foreign Policy, Friends and Foes Claim Echoes of Trump

President Biden’s speech at the U.N. was a stark contrast to President Donald J. Trump’s. But it came amid complaints that some of Mr. Biden’s policy moves echoed his predecessor’s approach.
Topics: Joe Biden, Donald Trump

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ViacomCBS's (VIAC) BET, BET+ Unveil 2021 Fall Program Lineup

ViacomCBS Inc VIAC-owned streaming services BET & BET+ recently unveiled its tight program schedule for 2021 fall. Popular among African-American audiences, BET has prepared an extensive schedule of 25 plus programs to be premiered.BET has...
Topics: African-American

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Taliban Plans to Appoint Ambassadors to Countries Recognising New Interim Government

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Taliban* movement will appoint new ambassadors in countries that will officially announce the recognition of the new Afghan authorities, Zabihullah Mujahid, deputy minister of culture and information of the interim Afghan...
Topics: Taliban, Russia, Moscow

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Why IronNet Plummeted Today

One of the more up-and-down stocks in recent months, cybersecurity specialist IronNet (NYSE: IRNT) lost more than 19% of its value on Thursday. The culprit seems to be a new share issue announced that morning by the company.IronNet disclosed in a...
Topics: US Equity Markets

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Burundi's Prosecutor General Says MSD Opposition Party Leader Behind Series of Terror Acts

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Prosecutor General of Burundi Sylvestre Nyandwi has claimed that Alexis Sinduhije, the leader of the Movement for Solidarity and Democracy (MSD) opposition party, was the leader of a terrorist group that recently staged several...
Topics: Burundi, Terrorism, Russia, Moscow

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Some GOP Senators Secretly Lobby House Colleagues

“The five Senate Republicans who helped negotiate and draft the $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill have been privately courting their Republican colleagues to pass the measure in the House,” Axios reports. “House GOP leaders are...
Topics: Senate

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Sloan Kettering Institute's Dana Pe'er Named Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator

Dana Pe'er, PhD, computational biologist and lab head at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center's (MSK) Sloan Kettering Institute (SKI), is one of 33 biomedical researchers named a Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) investigator today.
Topics: Cancer, Oncology, Medical Research

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Sanford Burnham Prebys awarded $13.5 million by NIH to investigate the pathogenesis and treatment...

Sanford Burnham Prebys professor Jamey Marth, Ph.D., has been awarded $13.5 million from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute to continue his team's work on sepsis, a condition that occurs when infectious and pathogenic organisms enter the...
Topics: Sepsis

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Schumer, Pelosi announce 'framework' to pay for $3.5T infrastructure bill

Democratic leaders announced that the White House, the House, and the Senate have reached agreement on a "framework" to pay for the $3.5T infrastructure bill.
Topics: White House, Senate

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2 dozen Chinese military aircraft, including fighters and bombers, fly near Taiwan in apparent show...

A Chinese PLA J-16 fighter jet in an undated photo released by Taiwan's Ministry of Defense. Taiwan Ministry of Defense via AP Two dozen Chinese military aircraft flew near Taiwan on Thursday, according to the island's defense...
Topics: Military, Taiwan, World Photos

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Ready to invest in Bitcoin? Here are 4 steps to get started

There are a variety of ways to invest in bitcoin, even if you aren't a professional day trader or regularly play the currency markets. Alyssa Powell/Insider Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Bitcoin investing involves choosing an exchange,...
Topics: Bitcoin

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As Other States Try to Copy Texas, SCOTUS Asked to Find Abortion Ban Unconstitutional

As Other States Try to Copy Texas, SCOTUS Asked to Find Abortion Ban Unconstitutional Jessica Corbett jessica Sep 23, 2021 The request from healthcare providers comes after a Florida Republican filed a...

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Costco (COST) Surpasses Q4 Earnings Estimates

Costco (COST) came out with quarterly earnings of $3.90 per share, beating the Zacks Consensus Estimate of $3.55 per share. This compares to earnings of $3.13 per share a year ago. These figures are adjusted for non-recurring items.This quarterly...
Topics: Costco Wholesale, Earnings Per Share

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US Judge Orders Facebook to Turn Over Deleted Posts That Promoted Hate Toward Rohingya People

A District of Columbia judge has ruled that Facebook must turn over deleted posts made by Myanmar officials encouraging hate towards the Rohingya people to the Gambian government.
Topics: Facebook, Social Media, Myanmar

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Campaigning for More Marie Curies: More Women Means Changes for Physics, Engineering

Amy Sue Bix, a leading expert on the history of science and women and gender studies, will speak in an upcoming Lyne Starling Trimble lecture Wednesday, Sept. 29, in a live webcast. Her talk will delve into how the dramatic shift of girls and young...
Topics: Physics, Webcasts

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Lighthouse Acquires Burns Consulting Group, Strengthens Managed Care Contracting Services

Lighthouse Lab Services, the nation's leading and full-service medical laboratory consulting and recruiting firm, is pleased to highlight its dual acquisitions of Vachette Pathology and Burns Consulting Group in 2021. With these acquisitions,...

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Lunar water delivery idea goes to Phase II

A creative idea to fill canisters with melted ice water and then use a railgun to launch them 2 miles into a net has propelled SDSU's Space Trajectory to Phase II of a NASA design competition.
Topics: Space, NASA

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Is Russia's Lider-class Destroyer Coming Back from the Dead?

Mark Episkopos Russian Navy, The upcoming warship will not only be twice as large as the country’s Soviet-era destroyers, but substantially bigger than even the three Slava-class guided-missile cruisers currently serving in the Russian...
Topics: Russia

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Adjusting Fatty Acid Intake May Help with Mood Variability in Bipolar Disorders

Can specific dietary guidelines help people living with bipolar disorders better manage their health? Maybe someday, according to a new study by Penn State College of Medicine researchers.
Topics: Medical Research

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FAU Receives NSF Grant to Explore Trait Evolution Across Species

The NSF grant will enable scientists to elucidate trait evolution across species using statistical and supervised machine learning approaches to vigorously and accurately predict general and specific evolutionary mechanisms that also will be...

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Elizabeth Holmes “was in charge” of Theranos, Mattis tells court

Elizabeth Holmes speaking at the Fortune Global Forum in 2015, around the time Theranos was under increasing pressure to deliver results from its ill-fated Edison testing device. (credit: Fortune Global Forum) James Mattis, the retired general and...

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Incyte (INCY) Jakafi Wins FDA Approval for Chronic GVHD

Incyte INCY recently announced that the FDA has approved a label expansion of its JAK1/JAK2 inhibitor, Jakafi (ruxolitinib). The drug can now be used for the treatment of chronic graft-versus-host disease (GVHD) after the failure of one or two lines...
Topics: Food And Drug Administration

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Space odyssey: Argonne scientists among the first to study asteroid fragments

Argonne scientists at the Advanced Photon Source are among the first to study tiny fragments of near-Earth asteroid 162173 Ryugu, collected by a Japanese space mission. These fragments could tell us long-hidden secrets about how our planet and solar...
Topics: Space, Asteroids

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Sonothermogenetic pulse controls mouse behavior

Bioengineers are using focused ultrasound to modulate motor activity in the brain without surgical device implantation, a first step toward non-invasive brain stimulation therapies.

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Walt Disney (DIS) Outpaces Stock Market Gains: What You Should Know

Walt Disney (DIS) closed the most recent trading day at $176.25, moving +1.5% from the previous trading session. This change outpaced the S&P 500's 1.21% gain on the day.Heading into today, shares of the entertainment company had lost 2.61% over the...
Topics: Disney

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