Category: Ten Second News
Links and short thinks.
Vice President Kamala Harris has tested positive for Covid, White House says.
Elon Musk has filed a purchase request with the SEC.
Dylan Matthews explains how he (and a lot of other people) got inflation wrong.
The Federal Reserve’s fight against inflation will spark a recession in the United States that begins late next year, Deutsche Bank warned on Tuesday.
From Reason: Police officers could frame people, file bogus charges, conjure evidence out of thin air—and, in most of the U.S., they would still be immune from facing any sort of civil accountability for...
From Variety: Will Smith, facing possible expulsion or suspension after he assaulted Chris Rock during last Sunday’s Oscars telecast, has instead resigned from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences. The move comes...
Madeleine Albright, the first woman to serve as U.S. secretary of state, died Wednesday from cancer at age 84, according to her family.
For all the tolerance and enlightenment that modern society claims, Americans are losing hold of a fundamental right as citizens of a free country: the right to speak their minds and voice their opinions in public without fear of being shamed or shunned.
The Senate passed a bill Tuesday that would make daylight saving time permanent across the U.S. beginning in 2023.
The view from Russia.
Most Americans live in places where healthy people, including students in schools, can safely take a break from wearing masks under new U.S. guidelines released Friday.
President Joe Biden will nominate Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to be the first Black woman on the Supreme Court, according to a person familiar with his selection.
The three former Minneapolis police officers involved in the George Floyd arrest and death were found guilty of all charges of violating his civil rights.
Additionally, the cameras monitoring the cell were reportedly not working