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Business News

NewsPlexus Media
May 13, 2021
Rising prices for a variety of commodities are contributing to a jump in prices at the consumer level, with Americans paying more for meat, gasoline, items they keep in their homes and even the homes themselves. The government said Wednesday that consumer prices surged 0.8% in April from March, while the year-over-year rise was the fastest since 2008. Prices for corn, grain and soybeans are at their highest since 2012; the price of lumber is at an all-time high.

Business News

Business News

NewsPlexus Media
May 6, 2021
San Francisco has largely beaten the coronavirus pandemic by avoiding it, while Los Angeles was nearly beaten by it during a deadly winter surge. But both emerged simultaneously Tuesday as the first urban areas in California to reach the least-restrictive tier for businesses to reopen. California's signature cities met infection and vaccine thresholds to allow indoor bars to welcome people again, larger crowds to cheer on Major League Baseball’s Dodgers and Giants, and expanded capacity at restaurants, movie theaters, amusement parks, gyms and other establishments.

US News from News Plexus

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NewsPlexus Media
Apr 26, 2021
In what may have been the most abrupt ending since that closing shot of “The Sopranos,” TV audiences expecting an emotional finale crowning the late Chadwick Boseman as best actor were left to ponder a huge upset, an absent winner, and a quick “see ya” from the Oscars. It was one more unusual moments in the most unusual of all Oscar telecasts, one that defied convention in so many ways.

US News from News Plexus

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NewsPlexus Media
Apr 25, 2021
An Oscars unlike any before will get underway Sunday night, with history on the line in major categories and a telecast retooled for the pandemic.

Through the Lens

Through the Lens

NewsPlexus Media
Apr 17, 2021
A photo symbolizing "love and compassion" of an 85-year-old Brazilian woman getting her first embrace in five months from a nurse through a transparent "hug curtain" was named the World Press Photo of the Year on Thursday. The choice of a winning photo portraying the global pandemic was almost inevitable for the contest covering a year in which news around the globe was dominated by the virus that has killed nearly 3 million people, including more than 360,000 in hard-hit Brazil.

US News from News Plexus

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NewsPlexus Media
Apr 21, 2021
No nation currently offers asylum or other legal protections to people displaced specifically because of climate change. President Joe Biden’s administration is studying the idea, and climate migration is expected to be discussed at his first climate summit, held virtually Thursday and Friday.

Climate & Environment

Climate & Environment

NewsPlexus Media
Apr 21, 2021
No nation offers asylum or other legal protections to people displaced specifically because of climate change. President Joe Biden's administration is studying the idea, and climate migration is expected to be discussed at his first climate summit, held virtually Thursday and Friday. The day the summit starts, Democratic Sen. Edward Markey of Massachusetts plans to reintroduce legislation to address the lack of protections for those who don't fit the narrow definition of "refugees" under international law. It failed in 2019.

Trawler Life

Trawler Life

CHARLES RAMSEY
Apr 8, 2021
How to downsize to living on a boat. We went from an 1800 sqft home to an 800 sqft trawler.

New York State Government

New York State Government

NewsPlexus Media
Apr 14, 2021
New York is one of the states hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic and ranks 13th on WalletHub’s list of states most exposed economically.

World News from News Plexus

World News from News Plexus

NewsPlexus Media
Apr 21, 2021
No nation currently offers asylum or other legal protections to people displaced specifically because of climate change. President Joe Biden’s administration is studying the idea, and climate migration is expected to be discussed at his first climate summit, held virtually Thursday and Friday.