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    What Black Friday’s record online sales say about the US economy

    Consumers have found some relief from inflation but face high borrowing costs.

    Ukraine is shipping more grain through the Black Sea despite threat from Russia

    Increasing numbers of ships are streaming toward Ukraine’s Black Sea ports and heading out loaded with grain, metals and other cargo despite the threat of attack and explosive mines

    How did humans get to the brink of crashing climate?

    Earth's climate is in trouble, and the signs could be seen around the world this summer

    Honda recalls select Accords and HR-Vs over missing piece in seat belt pretensioners

    Recall is due to a missing piece in the front seat belt pretensioners.

    Pentagon steps on AI accelerator as age of lethal autonomy looms

    The Pentagon is intent on fielding AI-enabled autonomous vehicles by 2026.

    OxyContin maker’s settlement plan divides victims of opioid crisis. Now it’s up to the...

    The OxyContin maker's settlement plan divides victims of opioid crisis.

    To save climate, oil and gas sector must slash planet-warming operations, report says

    The oil and gas sector, one of the major emitters of planet-warming gases, will need a rapid and substantial overhaul for the world to avoid even worse extremes fueled by human-caused climate change

    U.S. egg producers conspired to fix prices from 2004 to 2008, a federal jury...

    An Illinois jury has found that several major egg producers in the U.S. conspired to price-fix eggs between 2004 and 2008

    US unemployment claims drop by 24,000, another sign of labor market resiliency

    The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits fell sharply last week, a sign that U.S. job market remains resilient despite higher interest rates

    Sam Altman ouster spotlights rift over extinction threat posed by AI

    Industry leaders warn of major risk while others balk.

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