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Plan B Sales Surge This Week

Plan B Sales Surge This Week

Some stores are seeing a surge in sales following last week's supreme court decision on Roe v Wade.
Reporter Andy Hirschfeld explains.

July 1st, 4:48 PM EDT by Andy Hirschfeld
July 4th Festivities Cost More This Year

July 4th Festivities Cost More This Year

Many folks are gearing up for the the 4th of July holiday weekend.
And no matter how you plan to celebrate, Business Reporter Andy Hirschfeld explains you'll have to dig a littler deeper into your wallet.

June 30th, 5:27 PM EDT by Andy Hirschfeld
Pricey Real Estate Markets Shift

Pricey Real Estate Markets Shift

High prices and low inventories have kept many people out of the housing market over the past several years.
But as Business Reporter Andy Hirschfeld tells us that could change.

June 29th, 4:44 PM EDT by Andy Hirschfeld
Oil Industry Profits Soar

Oil Industry Profits Soar

As prices continue to soar this summer at the gas pump so are the profits of oil companies.
Business Reporter Andy Hirschfeld breaks down the latest numbers.

June 28th, 5:31 PM EDT by Andy Hirschfeld
Corporate America Responds To SCOTUS Ruling

Corporate America Responds To SCOTUS Ruling

With the Supreme Court's historic decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, many Americans are now wondering what's next. As NEWSnet's Andy Hirschfeld reports, some companies are responding by offering help to employees affected by the ruling.

June 27th, 7:29 PM EDT by Andy Hirschfeld
NFT NYC Attracts Thousands

NFT NYC Attracts Thousands

You may have heard the term "NFT" being thrown around in the news lately, but what actually is an NFT? NEWSnet's Andy Hirschfeld has the answer, and tells us a little more about what they're used for.

June 24th, 6:56 PM EDT by Andy Hirschfeld

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Many won't rely on virtual options after COVID: AP-NORC poll

Many won't rely on virtual options after COVID: AP-NORC poll

A new poll shows that many Americans don’t expect to rely on the digital services that became commonplace during the pandemic after COVID-19 subsides.

2 hrs 51 mins ago
Canada says China bars diplomats from Canadian tycoon trial

Canada says China bars diplomats from Canadian tycoon trial

The Canadian government says Chinese authorities refused to allow diplomats to attend the trial of a Chinese-born Canadian tycoon who disappeared from Hong Kong five years ago.

11 hrs 5 mins ago
IEA: High prices, uncertainty will slow growth in gas demand

IEA: High prices, uncertainty will slow growth in gas demand

The International Energy Agency says high prices for natural gas and supply fears due to the war in Ukraine will slow the growth in demand for the fossil fuel in the coming years.

7 hrs 40 mins ago
Australian central bank boosts rate for 3rd month in a row

Australian central bank boosts rate for 3rd month in a row

Australia’s central bank has lifted its benchmark interest rate for a third time in three straight months, changing the cash rate to 1.35% from 0.85%.

10 hrs 10 mins ago
Asia shares rise on optimism about easing COVID restrictions

Asia shares rise on optimism about easing COVID restrictions

Asian shares have advanced across the board as buying sets in after the lull of a U.S. national holiday.

10 hrs 35 mins ago
Flight cancellations ease slightly as July 4 weekend ends

Flight cancellations ease slightly as July 4 weekend ends

The number of U.S. flights being canceled is slowing down, but plenty of travelers are facing long delays as they try to get home from trips over the July Fourth holiday weekend.

20 hrs 31 mins ago
Putin declares victory in eastern Ukraine region of Luhansk

Putin declares victory in eastern Ukraine region of Luhansk

The Ukrainian military's General Staff says that the Russian forces are trying to press their offensive deeper into eastern Ukraine after capturing a key stronghold.

July 4th, 3:41 AM EDT
Drought emergency declared for northern Italy, frees up aid

Drought emergency declared for northern Italy, frees up aid

The Italian government has declared a state of emergency for much of the rain-parched north, freeing up 36.5 million euros (about $38 million) in funds for the heavily agricultural regions.

19 hrs 36 mins ago

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