All hands are on deck in Washington, D.C. Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are trying to avoid a nationwide rail strike next week that could halt the economy.
Twitter owner Elon Musk announces he’ll soon reveal internal files on the company’s suppression of free speech. He says the public deserves to know what really happened.
Hackers are exploiting a popular TikTok challenge to get personal financial information.
The IRS is raising awareness about holiday shopping scams. It’s warning taxpayers to protect their personal information.
McDonald’s is offering a chance to get free food for life. How do you enter to win?
Stories in this episode:
1. Musk Releasing Twitter Censorship Files Soon
2. Twitter Stops Enforcing COVID-19 Policy
3. Balenciaga Sues Producer of Controversial Ads
4. Hackers Abuse TikTok Challenge
5. U.S. Home Prices Slow Again in September
6. Consumer Confidence Falls in November
7. Congress Rushes to Avoid Rail Strike
8. COVID Protests in China Starting to Subside
9. Blinken, Pompeo Voice Support for China Protesters
10. VW: EV Battery Plants in Europe ‘Unviable’
11. IRS Kicks Off Tax Security Awareness Week
12. Woman Sues Kraft Over Mac N’ Cheese Cook Time
13. McDonald’s: Chance for Free Food for Life
14. Thais Fill Up on ‘All You Can Eat’ Popcorn