Jobs Reveal Musk’s ‘Thousands of Humanoid Robots’ in Factories

The companies of Tesla, SpaceX, Neuralink-Elon Musk have significantly changed the way people do things. Now, the tech billionaire plans to overhaul the way companies do business by introducing humanoid robots, called Tesla Bots, initially into factories and eventually other sectors of society, including our homes. Tesla is scheduled for its AI Day 2022 on … Read more

US stocks plunged, Dow dips below 30,000 as inflation, recession fears mount

US stocks plunged Friday, capping four days of declines and lingering inflation and recession concerns. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell more than 800 points before recovering at the close of trading, but remained below 30,000 for the first time since June. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 483.83 points, or 1.61%, to 29,592.85. The … Read more

US consumer price growth unchanged for July

US consumer price growth unchanged for July US consumer prices failed to rise in July due to a sharp drop in gasoline prices, which was the first notable sign of relief for Americans who have seen inflation rise over the past two years. Zachary Goelman produced this report.

US consumer price growth unchanged for July

US consumer price growth unchanged for July US consumer prices failed to rise in July due to a sharp drop in gasoline prices, which was the first notable sign of relief for Americans who have seen inflation rise over the past two years. Zachary Goelman produced this report.

US consumer price growth unchanged for July

US consumer price growth unchanged for July US consumer prices failed to rise in July due to a sharp drop in gasoline prices, which was the first notable sign of relief for Americans who have seen inflation rise over the past two years. Zachary Goelman produced this report.

Pride attacks in Berlin part of rise in violence against LGBTQ+

Police in Berlin reported two homophobic attacks on Saturday during the LGBTQ pride celebration on Christopher Street Day. About 350,000 people attended the Christopher Street Day celebration. According to the authorities, the parade passed off peacefully, but two attacks took place that night. One attack involved a 17-year-old girl, a 16-year-old girl and a 15-year-old … Read more

New Zealand cricketers agree to ‘groundbreaking’ new deal with significant pay rise for women

New Zealand cricketers have signed a groundbreaking new agreement under which male and female cricketers will receive the same match money across all formats and competitions. Most important points: Under the new five-year deal, New Zealand cricketers will receive 29.75 per cent of all NZ Cricket earnings, including equal match payments for both genders As … Read more

After the increase in the number of Corona… a call from the Ministry of Health

The Executive Committee of the Corona Vaccine in the Ministry of Health emphasized He stressed the need to get the Corona vaccine as soon as possible, especially since the percentage of people vaccinated is still low and does not exceed 45%. And she indicated that “we are facing a new wave of the Corona virus, … Read more

Beloved Rise Coffee in the Grove closes next week | Food & Drink News | St. Louis

Mabel Suen On June 24, Rise Coffee serves its last guests. The Grove isn’t just losing a place to get coffee; it loses one of its essential community meeting places: Rising Coffee (4176 Manchester Ave, 314-405-8171), the beloved cafe and daytime spot, is closing. The last day of the service is June 24. Rise made … Read more

Can an African bloc rise if the New World Order disappears?

I recently returned from a trip to Africa and was once again struck by the dissonance of the coverage of the war in Ukraine and its parochial arrangement. We’ve seen a lot of that in the early days of the war, the inadvertently revealed racism of the reporters, stunned that this could happen in a … Read more