BUSINESS

NEWS

What Homeowners, Renters, Businesses, and Vehicle Owners Impacted by Hurricane Ian Need to Know About Insurance Claim Filing Process
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Finance Reporter
Homeowners, renters, businesses, and vehicle owners impacted by Hurricane Ian need to know how the insurance claim filing process works
Companies Struggle to Hire and Promote Amid Uptick in Delayed Retirements
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Associate Writer
Today, four in 10 older American workers are delaying their retirement due to the rise in living costs – double

CLIMATE

CHANGE

Marine Phytoplankton Gets by With a Little Help From Its Bacteria Friends
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Environmental Reporter
Phytoplankton is almost as old as Earth — about 3 billion years compared to the planet’s 4.5 billion years —
Cattle Grazing With Virtual Fencing Shows Potential to Create Wildfire Fuel Breaks, Study Finds
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Staff Writer
The use of virtual fencing to manage cattle grazing on sagebrush rangelands has the potential to create fuel breaks needed

TECH

NEWS

FDA Pathway Supports Long-Term Stability, Diversity of Safe and Nutritious Infant Formula Supply in the U.S.
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Newsroom Editor
U.S. Food and Drug Administration published guidance that will help provide a pathway for infant formulas operating under enforcement discretion
Plastics of the Future Will Live Many Past Lives, Thanks to Chemical Recycling
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Technology Reporter
One day in the not-too-distant future, the plastics in our satellites, cars and electronics may all be living their second,

PUBLIC

INTEREST

U.S. Department of Energy Welcomes New Biden-Harris Administration Appointees
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Newsroom Staff
The U.S. Department of Energy announced five new Biden-Harris Administration appointees who will work alongside U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer
U.S. Special Envoy for Global Food Security Cary Fowler’s Travel to Rome
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Assistant Managing Editor
U.S. Department of State Special Envoy for Global Food Security, Dr. Cary Fowler, will travel to Rome September 29 to

CULTURE

NEWS

NOAA, Census Mark the New U.S. Center of Population
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Associate Writer
Hartville, a town of about 600 people in central southern Missouri, is the town closest to the point where an
New York City Celebrates Opening of Tin Building by Jean-Georges
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Senior Writer
The Howard Hughes Corporation® ( NYSE: HHC) and Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten celebrated the opening yesterday of the Tin Building by

MUSIC

NEWS

Capitol Music Group Signs Travis Japan, Japanese Boy Band From Johnny & Associates
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Staff Reporter
Capitol Music Group (CMG), a division of Universal Music Group (UMG), the world leader in music-based entertainment announced that popular
Ringo Starr Releases ‘EP3’ Featuring Four New Tracks
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Staff Writer
UMe released Ringo Starr’s third EP, titled simply – EP3. It is available digitally and on CD right now and