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Judge holds real estate firm in contempt over documents in Trump probe
Business · New York

Judge holds real estate firm in contempt over documents in Trump probe

44% Left coverage: 39 sources
Real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield ordered to pay $10,000 per day. Judge says company has shown a "willful failure" to comply with subpoenas. Judge recently lifted a contempt order for Donald Trump over his slow response to a subpoena. Trump, a Republican, has denied the allegations against him.See the Story
NASA Loses Contact With Moon Probe, Delays Trajectory Correction Maneuver
US & Canada · Washington

NASA Loses Contact With Moon Probe, Delays Trajectory Correction Maneuver

44% Left coverage: 27 sources
NASA said Tuesday, July 5, that it has lost contact with a $32.7 million spacecraft headed to moon to test out a lopsided lunar orbit. The satellite was launched last week from New Zealand and on Monday left Earth's orbit, on its way to the moon. NASA announced the problem Tuesday and said the spacecraft's team was working to restore communications. The 55-pound satellite is the size of a microwave oven and will be the first spacecraft to try out this oval orbit, which is where NASA wants to stage its Gateway outpost.See the Story
Elon Musk had twins last year with one of his top executives
Tesla · San Carlos

Elon Musk had twins last year with one of his top executives

56% Left coverage: 23 sources
Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) Chief Executive Elon Musk and Shivon Zilis, a top executive at his brain-chip startup Neuralink, had twins in November of 2021, Business Insider reported on Wednesday. In April, Musk and Zilis filed a petition to change the name of the twins to "have their father's last name" and contain their mother's last name as part of their middle name, the report said, citing court documents.See the Story

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Business · Washington

U.S. job openings fall less than expected in May

Coverage: 23 sources
Job openings dropped 427,000 to 11.3 million on the last day of May. The Labor Department said in its monthly Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey. The Fed is trying to cool demand for labor and the overall economy to bring inflation down to its 2% target.See the Story

US Voyager, a crypto asset loan company, files for bankruptcy law

38% Center coverage: 13 sources
Voyager Digital owed $75 million to Sam Bankman-Fried's Alameda Research. Voyager did not name other firms to whom it owes money. Three Arrows Capital, founded by Credit Suisse traders Zhu Su and Kyle Davies, managed an estimated $10 billion in assets.See the Story
Europe · Miami

Norwegian drops pre-boarding COVID testing requirement

Coverage: 15 sources
Norwegian Cruise Line is dropping a requirement that passengers test negative for COVID-19 before sailing. The company said Wednesday that testing will only be needed on ships departing from places where local rules still requires testing. The change starts Aug. 1 and will match what others in the travel industry are doing.See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

Biden administration plans to make sweeping changes to 'broken' student loan system

64% Center coverage: 14 sources
Proposed regulations would establish a "broader standard" for considering borrower defense claims. This includes expanding the types of misconduct that can qualify for such a claim to include "aggressive and deceptive recruitment practices" The move is yet another step in the Biden administration's effort to improve the student loan forgiveness system.See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

Comey and McCabe, Two Trump Foes, Both Faced Intensive I.R.S. Audits

58% Left coverage: 12 sources
The IRS conducted purportedly random, intensive audits of two former top FBI officials who drew the ire of former President Trump, The New York Times reported on Wednesday. See the Story

Crypto exchange FTX has "a few billion" to support industry - Bankman-Fried

83% Center coverage: 6 sources
By John McCrank and Megan Davies - Sam Bankman-Fried, head of one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges, FTX, said he and his company still have a "few billion" on hand to shore up struggling firms that could further destabilize the digital asset industry, but that the worst of the liquidity crunch has likely passed. Bankman-Fried, 30, who is from California but lives in the BahamasSee the Story
Business · Washington

Biden sends 5 million barrels of U.S. oil to Europe, Asia despite soaring gas prices

75% Right coverage: 4 sources
The U.S. has allowed more than 5 million barrels of oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve to be exported to Europe and Asia, a move that contradicts President Biden’s statements about trying to bring down the cost of soaring prices at the pump.See the Story
Business · Washington

Mitch McConnell Explains the Labor Shortage

63% Left coverage: 8 sources
Mitch McConnell: "You've got a whole lot of people sitting on the sidelines because, frankly, they're flush for the moment" The labor market has seen a robust recovery, with jobs set to fully recover by this summer. The employment-population ratio for Americans ages 25-54 has crept above July 2019 levels.See the Story

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