MDH and Everest: Indian spices face global security concerns

So are Indian spices safe? The federal government has directed all state governments to conduct quality testing. The Spices Board – which has five quality assessment laboratories – has issued…

TG Furniture Solid Sheesham Wood King Size Bed with Drawer Storage for Living Room, Bedroom, Home, Wooden King Size Bed, Cot Bed (Natural Finish) | 1 year warranty

from brand TG Furniture Upgrade your home space with the beauty of wood. TG Furniture is an Indian brand operating in India for last 20…

‘Chinese social media turned me from Ukrainian to Russian’

Because generative AI is developing so rapidly, regulating it and protecting people has become a challenge.

Colorado city agrees to settle police beating lawsuit for $2.1 million

The city of Colorado Springs has agreed to pay $2.1 million to settle a federal lawsuit brought by a Black man who was punched and kicked by police during a…

Buffalo dedicates park-like space to victims on second anniversary of racist mass shooting

Buffalo is marking the second anniversary of a racist mass shooting that killed 10 Black people with the dedication of a memorial space honoring the victims ​ 

Texas university leaders say hundreds of positions, programs cut to comply with DEI ban

Texas public university leaders say hundreds of positions and programs across state college campuses were eliminated or altered as a result of the state’s new ban on diversity, equity and…

Lies, loyalty and a gag order upheld: Tuesday’s Trump hush money trial takeaways

Donald Trump’s defense attorneys have grilled prosecutors’ star witness in his hush money trial, portraying former attorney Michael Cohen as a media-obsessed liar who’s determined to see the former president…

Suspect in shooting of 2 Jewish men in Los Angeles last year agrees to plead guilty to hate crimes

Prosecutors say a 29-year-old man accused of shooting and wounding two Jewish men as they left synagogues in Los Angeles last year has agreed to plead guilty to hate crimes…

Justice Dept. tells judge that Boeing has violated agreement that shielded it from prosecution after 737 Max crashes

Justice Dept. tells judge that Boeing has violated agreement that shielded it from prosecution after 737 Max crashes ​ 

Justice Department says Boeing violated deal that avoided prosecution after 737 Max crashes

The Justice Department has determined that Boeing violated a settlement that allowed the company to avoid criminal prosecution after two deadly crashes involving its 737 Max aircraft ​ 

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