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Longer, fancier, more expensive: Blowout bachelorette parties are back

There's an escalating arms race at bachelor and bachelorette parties, with brides and grooms dishing out increasingly elaborate blowouts — and guys shelling out...

US PlayStation sales shift from large to smaller cities

PlayStation product sales have migrated along with the U.S. population from major metropolitan areas to smaller cities, according to a Sony executive who believes...

HIPAA is being tested in new abortion reality

Doctors weigh the legal risks of handing over ultrasounds and other personal medical records if prosecutors or law enforcement officers demand the information to...

Popular game mods add abortion to The Sims

The makers of the long-running video game series The Sims do not allow pregnant characters to have abortions. But unofficial add-ons that give...

Inflation hits back to school shopping

As the school shopping season kicks off, families are struggling with higher prices on everything from backpacks to pencils, thanks to rising inflation. Situation:...

Dems who don’t want to support Biden

A startling number of lawmakers in President Biden's own party in recent days have been unwilling to say he should be re-elected in 2024,...

Instagram’s TikTok validation sparks an exodus to rivals

Photographers, designers and other creatives turned off by Instagram's pivot to TikTok-esque features are moving to alternative platforms for now.Why it matters: Instagram has...

Congress on “high alert” amid security threats

A series of high-profile security incidents is confusing members of Congress and prompting Capitol security officials to take major steps to bolster the security...

Tech companies step on the brakes as slowdown looms

Tech giants that have often risen above the turmoil in the economy cannot escape the pain of the current downturn, as this week's earnings...

Congress Sends Chip Financing Bill to Biden’s Desk

The House of Representatives voted 243-187 on Thursday to approve a $280 billion package for the domestic chip industry and scientific research, sending the...

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