Health Care Workers Demand To Mandate Covid-19 Vaccination

Multiple groups consisting of healthcare workers, including medical experts, doctors, and nurses are asking their employers to make COVID-19 vaccination among their employees’ mandatory, as the Delta Variant is rapidly surging hospitalizations in almost all parts of the country. On Monday, this group of people’s statements was, “Vaccination is the primary way to put the

Chairman of Jan 6 Committee Lodges Wide Net on Witnesses

On January 6 a group of Donald Trump supporters had attacked the Capitol while the senators in the chamber were arguing on President-elect Joe Biden’s Electoral College win. Currently, The House has selected a committee examining the attack and the panel’s chairman said how they would not dilly-dally to subpoena Mr. Trump or the Congressmen

$15 Bn Child Tax Credit Is Being Credited To 10 Mn Americans On Thursday

$15 Billion is going to be credited amongst ten millions of US households on Thursday as the first monthly payment of the expanded child tax credit expected to be continued till December. The Internal Revenue Service provided families with payment for up to $300 per child under the program that’s focused on combating child poverty

The Rich Got Richer In The US During The COVID-19 Pandemic

The Coronavirus pandemic had driven America into a recession. The contrasting result was, US billionaires got $1.2 trillion richer, and many others came out ahead too. On addressing the Congress on Wednesday, President Joe Biden remarked, “Twenty million Americans lost their jobs in the pandemic.” He further added how approximately 650 American millionaires net worth

CHIP Witnessed A Sudden Boost With Govt. Fund & COVID-19

Medicaid and Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP)suddenly reached a record height of approximately 80 million enrollment reported by Medicare Centres and Medicaid Services. It is assumed that the reason behind this sudden boost is COVID-19 pandemic. CMS officials said the enrollment boost in Medicaid was not only due to the COVID-19 pandemic but also had

Japan’s Push Into Hydrogen Power Looks Good for China’s Economy

Japan’s number one energy company, JERA Co., is one of many leading the world’s third-largest national economy to a carbon-neutral future by developing hydrogen-burning technology. In May, the Japanese power giant signed a note with a major global producer of ammonia to ready a pipeline of industrial ammonia to throw into the mix in JERA’s

The IRS Is Looking Into The Release Of Wealthy Americans’ Tax Information

Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Charles Rettig said Tuesday that federal officials are looking into the leaking of wealthy Americans’ tax information. The nonprofit journalism group ProPublica revealed information regarding the reported income and tax payments of some of the wealthiest Americans, including Amazon.com Inc. CEO Jeff Bezos and Berkshire Hathaway Inc. CEO Warren Buffett. Taxpayer

World’s Biggest Meat Supplier Attacked By Cyberattack

JBS, the world’s largest meatpacker was hit by a ransomware cyberattack on Sunday. It has caused panic among meat suppliers around the globe. The attack could lead to shortages of meat or raise prices for consumers. This is a similar cyberattack that caused  Colonial Pipeline, a major fuel supplier in the US to shut down

NHS has called for a ban on toy magnets citing concerns regarding child safety

In the past three years, 65 children in England have had emergency surgery after ingesting magnets. The NHS issued a patient safety notice earlier this month and is now calling for the prohibition of the little metal balls. It stated that “neodymium or ‘super strong’ rare-earth magnets are growing popular as toys, cosmetic objects, and

Court orders Royal Dutch Shell to cut carbon emissions by 45%

In a historic climate ruling that might have far-reaching implications for oil firms, a Dutch court ordered that Royal Dutch Shell must drastically decrease its carbon emissions. According to a decision issued by a district court in The Hague on Wednesday, the corporation must reduce its CO2 emissions by 45 percent by 2030 compared to