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Federal Government to Pause Student Loan Payments, Interest for 3 Million Borrowers

June 30, 2024

The decision comes after federal court rulings blocked further implementation of the student loan repayment plan. In response to court rulings blocking key elements of the federal government’s new student loan repayment program, the Biden administration will be giving approximately 3 million borrowers a reprieve from their monthly payments. The 3 million borrowers eligible for […]

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Closing arguments starting in class-action lawsuit against NFL by ‘Sunday Ticket’ subscribers

June 30, 2024

LOS ANGELES — The jury in the class-action lawsuit filed by “Sunday Ticket” subscribers will receive instructions and hear closing arguments on Wednesday before beginning deliberations. U.S. District Judge Philip Gutierrez will issue jury instructions and the plaintiffs will give their final statement during the morning session. Following lunch, the NFL will give its final […]

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Consumers Prefer Short Videos: Meta Explains Why It Is Ending News Deals

June 30, 2024

‘For the vast majority of people using Facebook, less than 3 percent of their feed is news links,’ a Meta director said. Meta has said the lack of user interest in news was the reason it decided to withdraw from deals with Australian news organisations. Following the introduction of the News Media Bargaining Code in […]

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Autism Reversal in Twin Girls Through Lifestyle and Environmental Changes: New Study

June 30, 2024

A growing body of evidence suggests personalized medicine and diet have a significant impact on numerous conditions, including autism spectrum disorder. Findings from a recent case study show that personalized lifestyle and environmental changes successfully reversed autism symptoms in fraternal twin girls diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The study appeared in the Journal of […]

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White House to Hold First Conference for Digital Creator Industry

June 30, 2024

The purpose of this conference is to foster a dialogue between digital creators, industry professionals, and senior White House officials. The White House announced on June 28 that it will host the first-ever Creator Economy Conference in August, which will bring together digital creators, industry professionals, and senior administration officials. Christian Tom, director of digital […]

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Jury begins deliberations in class-action lawsuit against NFL by ‘Sunday Ticket’ subscribers

June 30, 2024

LOS ANGELES — The NFL was exploring a world without “Sunday Ticket” in 2017, where cable channels would air Sunday afternoon out-of-market games not shown on Fox or CBS. The league memo was shown by plaintiffs during their closing arguments on Wednesday as the jury in the class-action lawsuit filed by “Sunday Ticket” subscribers began […]

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Nuclear power in regional Australia could boost industry, say locals

June 30, 2024

Local people and politicians from the towns where nuclear plants have been proposed have explained their cases for and against the planned move. The plan will kick off if Peter Dutton is elected prime minister, and includes nuclear plants in the Gippsland region of Victoria, Callide and Tarong in Queensland, Port Augusta in South Australia, […]

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Why You Should Eat Small Fish Whole

June 30, 2024

The nutrients in small fishes’ bones and organs help protect women against death from cancer and other causes, a study in Japan has found. Eating small fish—bones and all—has special health benefits, a recent study has found. Investigators in Japan who tracked the eating habits of 80,802 people over nine years found that women who frequently […]

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Educators, Policymakers Promote ‘Bring Back Boredom’ to Combat Screen Time Addiction

June 29, 2024

Policymakers urge parents to set an example by putting down their phones, engaging with their kids, and challenging them to use their imaginations U.S. Congress, state governments, and school districts across the nation are frantically promoting or passing measures to protect youth from harmful social media by restricting online platforms or limiting screen time and […]

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Jury rules NFL violated antitrust laws in ‘Sunday Ticket’ case, awards $4.7 billion in damages

June 29, 2024

LOS ANGELES — A jury in U.S. District Court ordered the NFL to pay nearly $4.8 billion in damages Thursday after ruling that the league violated antitrust laws in distributing out-of-market Sunday afternoon games on a premium subscription service. The jury awarded $4.7 billion in damages to the residential class and $96 million in damages to […]