Gold subsides as the US dollar appreciates

Gold subsides as the US dollar appreciates

One-kilo gold bars are pictured at the factory of gold and silver refiner and bullion manufacturer Argor-Heraeus in Mendrisio, Switzerland, July 13, 2022. Denis Balibouse | Reuters Gold prices fell on Wednesday under pressure from an uptick in the US dollar, after rising 2% in the previous session following China’s decision to further ease Covid … Read more

US weighs new measures for travelers from China

US weighs new measures for travelers from China

For more than two years, foreign travelers have had to self-quarantine upon arrival in China due to Covid restrictions. Pictured, at Beijing International Airport on June 18, 2022, passengers wait to be taken to designated quarantine destinations. Leo Ramirez | AFP | Getty Images The US government is considering imposing new Covid rules on travelers … Read more

US airline passengers hit by more chaos after deadly snowstorm

US airline passengers hit by more chaos after deadly snowstorm

US airline passengers face continued disruption following a deadly blizzard that swept across the country over the Christmas period, with thousands of flights still canceled on Tuesday. According to flight tracking site FlightAware, more than 3,000 US flights were canceled as of Tuesday night and more than 6,000 were delayed. The majority of canceled flights … Read more

Donald Trump’s tax returns to be released by US House panel on Friday | donald trump

Donald Trump’s tax returns to be released by US House panel on Friday |  donald trump

Donald Trump’s redacted tax returns will be made public on Friday after a powerful congressional committee voted last week to release them. A spokesperson for the U.S. House of Representatives Ways and Means Committee confirmed the timing of the release in a statement to Reuters on Tuesday. The Democratic-controlled committee obtained the statements last month … Read more

Biden signs bill to study salt lakes in drought-stricken western US

Biden signs bill to study salt lakes in drought-stricken western US

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Scientists will receive $25 million to study salt lake ecosystems in the drought-stricken American West, as President Joe Biden on Tuesday signed legislation allocating the funds to address existential threats without previous caused by lack of water. The funding enables the United States Geological Survey to study the hydrology of … Read more

US House Administration arm bans TikTok on official devices

US House Administration arm bans TikTok on official devices

Dec 27 (Reuters) – Popular Chinese video app TikTok has been banned from all devices operated by the U.S. House of Representatives, according to the House of Representatives administration, mimicking a soon-to-be-enacted law banning the app for US government devices. The app is considered “high risk due to a number of security issues,” the House’s … Read more

US charges accuse crypto manipulator Mango of fraud

US charges accuse crypto manipulator Mango of fraud

NEW YORK, Dec 27 (Reuters) – U.S. prosecutors have filed criminal charges of fraud and commodity manipulation against a man accused of attempting to steal an estimated $110 million in October by rigging the crypto exchange -Mango Markets currency. Avraham Eisenberg’s trading in futures contracts linked to Mango’s MNGO crypto token allowed him to withdraw … Read more