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Aviation International News 10/22/2019 14:13
The Hong Kong government is acting to stem the losses brought on by several months of protest. October 22, 2019, 2:03 PM. Hong Kong’s finance secretary Paul Chan announced on Tuesday $255 million worth of relief measures, varying from fuel subsidies for ground-based transportation and reduced airport tenant rentals to educational allowances and electrical subsidies in a bid to revitalize the economy and support employment following a slump in visitor numbers.
Spokesman Review 10/22/2019 14:10
WASHINGTON – For the first time, U.S. health regulators have endorsed a brand of tobacco pouches as less harmful than cigarettes, a decision that could open the door to other less risky options for smokers. The milestone announcement on Tuesday from the Food and Drug Administration marks the government’s first backing of a so-called "reduced risk" tobacco product. FDA regulators stressed, though, that the Swedish Match pouches are not safe, just less harmful, and that all tobacco products pose risks.
NEW YORK (AP) — The Latest on a lawsuit against the U.S. Postal Service over cigarette smuggling (all times local):. 2:10 p.m. New York City and California are suing the U.S. Postal Service to stop tens of thousands of cigarette packages from being mailed from foreign countries to U.S. residents. The lawsuit filed Tuesday in Brooklyn federal court blames the Postal Service for "cigarette tax evasion.".
THE WEEK 10/22/2019 14:08
Does President Trump have an impeachment deathwish? Is the Republican Party a political suicide pact? Those are just two of the questions that jump out over the last few days as the White House tries to face down — and shut out — the House Democrats' impeachment inquiry. The latest Trump adventure to risk a rift between the president and the congressional Republicans he will need to defend him came, predictably enough, in a tweet. Trump compared the impeachment process to a lynching, forcing Republicans to either defend or distance themselves from him. "This is a lynching in every sense," insisted Sen. Lindsey Graham (S.C.). "To equate his plight to lynching is grotesque," countered former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush. Some did a little defending
MSPoweruser 10/22/2019 14:08
Nvidia’s upcoming improved version of the popular creation survival Minecraft, Minecraft RTX, will be aiming for 1080p 60fps on a 2060. The upcoming update on the new Dragon Engine aims to bring a number of graphical improvements to the popular title. First and foremost, the improved version of the game aims to include impressive ray-traced […]. Read More:
Advertising Age 10/22/2019 14:07
Google lured billions of consumers to its digital services by offering copious free cloud storage. That’s beginning to change. The Alphabet Inc. unit has whittled down some free storage offers in recent months, while prodding more users toward a new paid cloud subscription called Google One. That’s happening as the amount of data people stash online continues to soar. When people hit those caps, they realize they have little choice but to start paying, or risk losing access to emails, photos and personal documents. The cost isn’t excessive for most consumers, but at the scale Google operates, this could generate billions of dollars in extra revenue each year for the company. Google didn’t respond to an email seeking comment. A big driver of.
InsuranceNewsNet 10/22/2019 14:06
Oct. 22-- Two wildfire victims are suing California's top insurance regulator, alleging the state failed to protect Californians from unscrupulous, out-of-state adjusters working illegally in California who mishandled claims. Given the unfortunate likelihood that California will face large-scale wildfires in the near future, Senate Bill 240 will help... .
Zero Hedge 10/22/2019 14:05
California Governor Asks AG To Investigate High Gas Prices, But Not 'Mystery Surcharge'. In addition to earthquakes, wildfires, power outages and an army of pooping homeless people, California is known for ridiculously high gasoline prices - thanks in part to the state's notoriously exorbitant taxes. And in the wake of in some parts of the state, Governor Gavin Newsom has asked Attorney General Xavier Becerra to investigate " If oil companies are engaging in false advertising or price fixing ," according to , after a new report suggests that big oil companies are overcharging customers by as much as $1 per gallon. " There is no identifiable evidence to justify these premium prices ," Newsom wrote in a letter to Becerra. According to an April.

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