NTD Business Full Broadcast (Dec. 23)

Don Ma
By Don Ma
December 23, 2022NTD Businessshare
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The House passes the $1.7 trillion spending bill with just hours to spareavoiding a partial government shutdown.

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) says nearly half a trillion dollars of taxpayer money were wasted this year. Of that, $3 million went into research on hamsters fighting on steroids.

ByteDance admits that two TikTok employees spied on two U.S. journalists.

Greyhound offers free rides to young people in need—so they can reunite with their families for the holidays.

What are the best movies to watch at Christmas? Residents of different states talked about their own choices.

Stories in this episode:

1. Friday Flight Cancellations Top 4,700

2. Fedex, UPS: Storm Delaying Holiday Deliveries

3. House Passes $1.7T Gov’t Spending Bill

4. Report: $482B Taxpayer Money Wasted in 2022

5. No Accountability for Wasted Spending: Expert

6. IRS Delays $600 Income Reporting Rule

7. Meta Settles User Data Suit for $725 Million

8. TikTok Employees Spied on Journalists: Report

9. Teens Accidentally Buy Fentanyl on Snapchat

10. Musk Won’t Sell More Tesla Stock Until 2025

11. FBI Mum on Social Media Payments

12. U.S. Salary Expectations Hit New High

13. Companies Are Reining in Holiday Bonuses

14. U.S. Urges China to Share Info on Outbreak

15. Greyhound Offers Free Rides to Runaway Youth

16. The Most Popular Christmas Movies by State

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