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Bomb cyclone could bring powerful nor’easter to Northeast cities this weekend

By Allison Chinchar and Monica Garrett, CNN Meteorologists A rapidly intensifying storm known as a bomb cyclone could bring crippling winter weather across the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic this weekend. Snow, ice, strong winds and flooding are all on the table, giving rise to potentially hazardous travel conditions in those regions. “Confidence is increasing that a… Continue Reading
Right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones

Alex Jones met with 1/6 committee and says he pleaded the Fifth ‘almost 100 times’

By Annie Grayer and Oliver Darcy, CNN Right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones met virtually on Monday with the House select committee investigating the January 6 insurrection, he announced on his podcast. A source familiar with the investigation also confirmed the meeting to CNN. “I just had a very intense experience being interrogated by the January… Continue Reading

US consumer confidence remains high after January downturn

By MATT OTT AP Business Writer SILVER SPRING, Md. (AP) — U.S. consumer confidence declined this month as Americans became slightly less optimistic about their near-term financial prospects amid persistent inflation and the highly-contagious omicron variant of the coronavirus. The Conference Board, a business research group, said Tuesday that its consumer confidence index — which… Continue Reading
The Biden administration is making contingency plans to shore up Europe's energy supplies should a Russian invasion of Ukraine create gas shortages and roil the global economy

US working with allies to shore up energy supplies if Russia invades Ukraine

By Natasha Bertrand and Kate Sullivan, CNN The Biden administration is making contingency plans to shore up Europe’s energy supplies should a Russian invasion of Ukraine create gas shortages and roil the global economy, senior administration officials said on Tuesday. In a briefing with reporters, the officials confirmed CNN’s reporting on Sunday that US officials… Continue Reading
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