News Updates

News Updates

Chinese province to introduce face-scanning surveillance system

The Henan province in China, which suffered from deadly floods in August, is set to implement a new surveillance technology that uses face-scanning technology according to a report from BBC News. The surveillance will supposedly detect and identify “people of concern,” including foreign journalists. BBC reported on documents obtained by surveillance analyst authority

Read More »

Judge freezes Biden’s healthcare worker vaccine mandate in 10 states

Vaccine-hesitant healthcare workers in states that sued the federal government over one of President Joe Biden’s vaccine mandates were granted a reprieve Monday. A federal judge in Missouri has temporarily prevented federal agencies from enforcing a mandate that would have required vaccinations for all healthcare workers at hospitals that receive federal aid.

Read More »

Farmers fight looming land seizure by company planning CO2 pipeline

Dozens of farmers across the Midwest may see their land confiscated by the government to make way for a massive carbon dioxide pipeline. Iowa-based Summit Carbon Solutions is behind the $4.5 billion Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) project, dubbed the Midwest Carbon Express, which may represent the largest test to date

Read More »

Four states pass legislation allowing workers fired for refusing vaccine to collect unemployment benefits

Four GOP-led states have recently changed unemployment insurance rules to allow workers fired for defying President Biden’s vaccine mandates to receive unemployment benefits. Thousands of workers across the nation have already lost their jobs for refusing to submit to employers’ vaccine requirements. Typically, employees who are terminated for failing to comply with

Read More »

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey expected to step down

Co-founder of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, is expected to step down as CEO of the company according to a report from CNBC. News broke of the decision on Monday morning which led to a 10% jump in Twitter stock prices. Jack Dorsey helped found Twitter in 2006 as it became a popular

Read More »

California to implement “anti-racist” math curriculum

In an attempt to solve the failing mathematics education in California, a group of educators came together to create a new set of mathematics teaching principles founded in critical race theory. California has consistently ranked in the bottom 25th percentile of eighth grade standardized testing nationwide, demonstrating that something with

Read More »

Changing your plan may require you to select new sectors for certain stocks