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Inflation: How food prices could impact Fourth of July barbecues – Yahoo Finance

Inflation: How food prices could impact Fourth of July barbecues – Yahoo Finance

Inflation: How food prices could impact Fourth of July barbecuesYahoo Finance Your 4th of July cookout is going to be more expensive this yearWisconsin Public Radio NJ July 4 celebrations threatened by high gas pricesNorthJersey.com Price of beer and alcohol rise because of inflation, supply chain issuesCrain’s Detroit Business View Full Coverage on Google News

Activists cover anti-abortion billboard with pro-choice message in Detroit | Metro Detroit News | Detroit

Activists cover anti-abortion billboard with pro-choice message in Detroit |  Metro Detroit News |  Detroit

click to enlarge Courtesy photo An anonymous group decided to cover an anti-abortion message with their own that reads: “WE WILL AID & ABET ABORTION.” Reproductive rights activists weren’t having it after an anti-abortion billboard went up on Detroit’s west side. An anonymous group decided to cover the anti-abortion message with their own that reads: … Read more

When human life begins is not a question science can answer – it’s a question of politics and ethical values

When human life begins is not a question science can answer – it’s a question of politics and ethical values

Now that the US Supreme Court has given states final say over if and when abortions are legal, the political debates over abortion rights will intensify in legislatures and courthouses around the nation. Many of those discussions will hinge on the question of when, exactly, is the beginning of a human life that could – … Read more

State budget sets aside $ 4.2 billion for high-speed rail between Bakersfield and Merced | News

Money to complete a high-speed rail system between Bakersfield and Merced – $ 4.2 billion for construction, electrification and trains – made its way into the $ 308 billion state budget signed Thursday by Gov. Gavin Newsom. Along with new oversight for a project that has long struggled to stay on track, the budget releases … Read more

US-China Competition Zeroes In on Growth

Two leaders who both face domestic economic challenges are shifting some of the focus of their Great Power competition to a race over whose country’s growth is stronger. Over the past month, President Biden twice publicly stated that the US economy might grow faster this year than China’s for the first time since 1976. The … Read more

Trump media company gets subpoena in federal criminal probe or SPAC deal

Former US President Donald Trump gives the keynote address at the Faith & Freedom Coalition during their annual “Road To Majority Policy Conference” at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center June 17, 2022 in Nashville, Tennessee. Seth Herald | Getty Images Donald Trump’s media company was subpoenaed by a federal grand jury in connection … Read more

5 things to know before the stock market opens Friday, July 1

Here are the most important news items that investors need to start their trading day: 1. Second half begins Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, US, June 30, 2022. Brendan Mcdermid | Reuters Markets are looking to rebound following the worst first half for stocks … Read more

Triple cases in Europe, urgent action needed to contain spread

The World Health Organization on Friday warned that urgent action is needed to contain the spread of monkeypox in Europe, as cases have tripled over the past two weeks. Europe is the center of a global outbreak of the virus with 90% of confirmed monkeypox cases reported there, according to the WHO. New infections have … Read more

Metro Detroit police dept. accused of using images Black men as shooting targets was sued last year for racial discrimination | Metro Detroit News | Detroit

click to enlarge Courtesy photo A photo taken by a parent during a Boy Scouts troop visit to the Farmington Hills Police Department shows targets used for shooting practice printed with images of Black men. The department says it uses targets depicting all kinds of people, though it apologized. A metro Detroit police department criticized … Read more