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Lately, it’s become popular in conservative media circles to brand certain things as a psychological operation, or “psyop.”


A nationwide cell service outage Thursday morning prevented some AT&T customers from making or receiving calls, including emergency calls.


A spacecraft built and flown by Houston-based company Intuitive Machines sailed around the moon on Thursday headed for an attempt at the first U.S. touchdown on the lunar surface in more than half a century and the first ever entirely by the private sector.


The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday allowed the Boy Scouts of America's $2.46 billion settlement with sexual abuse victims to move forward, lifting a temporary pause imposed in response to an appeal by 144 former scouts who opposed the agreement.


The Teamsters’ political committee has given $45,000 to the Republican National Committee, according to federal records, a significant departure for a powerful organized labor group that has more recently supported Democrats, such as President Biden, who have championed workers’ rights.


In one way, it’s shocking that a key person in the GOP’s efforts to dig up dirt on the Bidens has been indicted and tells prosecutors he has extensive ties to Russian intelligence.


Initial applications for US unemployment benefits fell to the lowest in a month last week, underscoring continued strength in the labor market despite a growing number of high-profile job cuts at large companies.


CONCORD -- By a comfortable margin, the closely divided House of Representatives turned down Right-to-Work legislation that would block a union from requiring employees to join or pay dues.

Thursday, February 22, 2024

I READ a Forbes news item last month and came to a line that gave me a delayed, gasping, double-take that instantly made me think of something my mother said to me in the 1960s (probably 1968). Thinking about the potential destruction of the United States by Russia and trying to raise my social consciousness, she said “Russia will never be able to beat us militarily, they will do it from t…

Wednesday, February 21, 2024

February is a time for school vacations and, when the weather cooperates, winter outdoor fun like cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling. It draws locals and folks from away out of their warm homes and into New Hampshire’s wild places.

BEFORE IT dies, I want to come out in favor of the hyperloop project in Minnesota to create underground tubes in which people would travel in capsules propelled by electromagnetic force at speeds up to 700 mph. No seat belts, no use of carbon fuel, no roaring engines or jarring bumps. They’re proposing a link between Minneapolis/St. Paul and Rochester, 85 miles, which by my calculation wil…

MANY PEOPLE with disabilities and frail elders need to rely on someone for help in getting in and out of bed, dressing, showering, or preparing meals. As a result of inadequate investments by the state, some of these people are unable to get the help that they need, sometimes for days, weeks or even months.

Tuesday, February 20, 2024
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