Tucker Carlson just inadvertently helped raise $14,000 for abortion rights

Tucker Carlson just inadvertently helped raise $14,000 for abortion rights

Placeholder while article actions load Hours after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade on Friday, Tucker Carlson took to the airwaves to rail against companies that would pay for employees’ abortion-travel costs. “They’re against families,” the Fox News host said of the firms on “Tucker Carlson Tonight.” But as Carlson was offering his commentary, …

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Trump SPAC faces grand jury investigation

Trump SPAC faces grand jury investigation

Placeholder while article actions load The company that plans to merge with former president Donald Trump’s social media company has received subpoenas from a federal grand jury, a setback that could complicate Trump’s plans to bring his company to the public markets. The company, known as Digital World Acquisition Corp., revealed the subpoenas in a …

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Futures: Nike Earnings Beat; EV Giant's Sales On Deck

Futures: Nike Earnings Beat; EV Giant’s Sales On Deck

Dow Jones futures were higher following Monday’s stock market fall. Still, the new stock market rally continues and six top stocks to buy and watch include AutoZone and Merck. X Late Monday, Dow Jones stock Nike (NKE) reported better-than-expected earnings results. Nike shares climbed more than 2% in extended trade before turning 3% lower on …

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Tether CTO Affirms Hedge Funds Tried to Short USDT

Tether CTO Affirms Hedge Funds Tried to Short USDT

Key Takeaways Tether CTO Paolo Ardoino said today that various cryptocurrency firms have tried to short its stablecoin. Also today, Genesis Global Trading admitted that its hedge fund clients shorted Tether through its services. Tether seems to have withstood the challenge: USDT is valued at $1.00, on par with the U.S. dollar as intended. Share …

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Great America to shut within 11 years as land in Santa Clara is bought by developer

Great America might close in six years after developer buys land under Santa Clara park

SANTA CLARA — The Great America theme park’s final rides are in view now that one of the Bay Area’s biggest real estate developers has bought the land beneath the iconic Santa Clara amusement center for $310 million. The beloved amusement park could shut as soon as six years from now — and by no …

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Great America to shut within 11 years as land in Santa Clara is bought by developer

Great America to shut within 11 years as land in Santa Clara is bought by developer

SANTA CLARA — The Great America theme park’s final rides are in view now that one of the Bay Area’s biggest real estate developers has bought the land beneath the iconic Santa Clara amusement center for $310 million. The beloved amusement park is set to shutter within the next 11 years. Prologis, a mega-developer whose …

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The Hottest Game Of The Summer Has A Cheating Problem

The Hottest Game Of The Summer Has A Cheating Problem

Screenshot: Annapurna / Kotaku It’s like clockwork: A game comes out with a robust competitive component…and is instantly inundated by players who rocket to the top via nefarious, unsanctioned means—cheaters, in other words. The latest victim is Neon White, a multi-genre speedrunning game developed by Angel Matrix and published by Annapurna Interactive. What’s most curious …

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Companies Scramble to Work Out Policies Related to Employee Abortions

Companies Scramble to Work Out Policies Related to Employee Abortions

There is no clear blueprint for corporate engagement on abortion. After numerous companies came forward to announce that they would cover travel expenses for their employees to get abortions, executives have had to move swiftly to both sort out the mechanics of those policies and explain them to a work force concerned about confidentiality and …

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U.S. Supreme Court again nixes Bayer challenge to weedkiller suits

U.S. Supreme Court again nixes Bayer challenge to weedkiller suits

WASHINGTON, June 27 (Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected another Bayer AG (BAYGn.DE) bid to dismiss litigation alleging that its Roundup weedkiller causes cancer as the German pharmaceutical and chemical giant tries to avoid potentially billions of dollars in damages. The justices turned away a Bayer appeal and left in place a …

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