The White House downplays the risk of a possible economic recession ahead of upcoming economic data, which might show just that.
A $3.5 billion electric vehicle battery materials plant is being planned in Nevada—a step forward for the United States in an industry that’s completed dominated by China.
Another Chinese rocket is set to crash land on Earth. An expert says it could hit the United States.
Automakers are facing a dilemma over Apple’s new software that connects your car with your iPhone. What are they concerned about?
How would you like to experience the world’s largest bounce house? We heard from folks near Chicago who did just that over the weekend.
Topics in this episode:
1. Treasury Secretary Yellen Downplays Recession Risk
2. Biden Meets CEOs to Push for CHIPS Act
3. Intel to Make Chips for Taiwan’s MediaTek
4. Tesla Applies for Funds to Grow Charging: Report
5. 1st U.S. Battery-Materials Plant to Be Built
6. DeSantis Warns of China Influence in Real Estate
7. Chinese Rocket Plummeting Back to Earth
8. Expert: Matter of Time Before China’s Falling Rocket Debris Hits People
9. Musk Calls WSJ ‘Way Sub Tabloid’ for Article
10. Starbucks Can’t Be America’s Public Bathroom
11. Car App Battle: Apple Vs. Carmakers
12. Hollywood Minute: Comic-Con Wrap
13. The World’s Largest Bouncing Festival
14. Diver Discovers Site of Ancient Sunken Ship
15. Fermented Milk Draws Tourists to Kyrgyzstan