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Recent articles by Hallie:

Whole Foods Prices Are Going Back Up on Hundreds of Items

Amazon reduced prices across Whole Foods stores when they took over in 2017, but inflation and expiring contracts are pushing them back up. → Read More

Over 100 Million Americans Are Currently Affected by Weather Warnings

More than 1,580 flights have been canceled nationwide — more than during the Polar Vortex of late January. → Read More

Trump Set to Announce 'American Artificial Intelligence Initiative'

The president is expected to sign an executive order Monday instructing federal agencies to boost investment in all areas of AI → Read More

Trump Provides Reasons for ‘Executive Time’, but the Facts Don't Agree

Leaks showing the president spends 60% of his day in "executive time" have called his work ethic into question, but he says that's work time → Read More

Adam Schiff Questions Depth of Mueller's Probe into Trump and Deutsche Bank

The House Intelligence chief appeared on NBC's "Meet the Press" to explain why he's subpoenaing Deutsche Bank → Read More

Trump Nominates Former Oil Lobbyist David Bernhardt to Run Department of Interior

Bernhardt has lobbied for water and oil interests against the DOI, whose role it is to "manage and sustain" America's lands. → Read More

There Could Be a Surprise Winner in the U.S.-China Trade War: The EU

Meanwhile, the U.S. and China definitely stand to lose. → Read More

This Open Banking Startup Just Raised $20 Million from Group Including Goldman Sachs and HSBC

London-based fintech Bud just completed its series A funding round → Read More

Jeff Bezos Says He’s ‘Grateful’ for Journalists, Following Washington Post Super Bowl Ad

The ad, narrated by Tom Hanks, showed reporters in the field and the tagline #democracydiesindarkness → Read More

U.K. Government Officials Were Warned of Huawei's National Security Threat in 2013—Report

A leading security expert said the government knew about the risks posed by Chinese firms but didn't act. → Read More

Deal or No Deal: What to Look Out For on Yet Another Crucial Day for Brexit

After nearly two years of negotiation with the EU and months of debate in parliament, the U.K. still doesn't have a Brexit plan. → Read More

A Snowy Super Bowl? The Brutal Polar Vortex Is Set to Hit Atlanta's Airport the Hardest

As of Monday night, Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport already had 300 cancelled flights for Tuesday. → Read More

Watchdog: U.S. Perceived to Be More Corrupt Under Trump

The U.S. is described as a "country to watch and monitor" in Transparency International's latest study of global democracy → Read More

The Final Shutdown? Senators Propose Legislation to Keep the Government Open—Forever

After a record-breaking 35-day shutdown, Congresspeople are heading back to the office with an eye to preventing all future shutdowns. → Read More

Trump's Treasury Department Just Lifted Sanctions on Three Businesses Linked to a Russian Oligarch

The Treasury Department ended sanctions against companies with links to Russian oligarch and Putin ally Oleg Deripaska → Read More

Gatwick's December Drone Closure Cost Airlines $64.5 million

The 33-hour closure caused 1,000 flight cancellations and affected 140,000 people. → Read More

U.S. To Request Huawei CFO’s Extradition from Canada

Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou has been detained on suspicion of violating U.S. sanctions against Iran since December 1st. → Read More

Elon Musk Wants to Build a New Particle Collider for CERN

The proposed 62mile Future Circular Collider would replace the Large Hadron Collider in Geneva, Switzerland. → Read More

Alliance to End Plastic Waste Criticized for Including Major Plastic Producers

A European NGO says a new corporate effort to end plastic pollution is more a part of the problem than the solution. → Read More

U.S. And China Embark on New Era of Space Collaboration. First up, the Moon

After years of silence, cooperation between the two countries on space exploration is opening up again. → Read More