Yellen Says Gas Prices Could Spike This Winter; 21 Years Since 9/11 Terrorist Attacks | NTD Good Morning

Evelyn Li
By Evelyn Li
September 12, 2022NTD Good Morningshare

U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen says gas prices could spike this winter. She says the possible price increase could come because the EU plans to stop buying Russian oil for the most part and because they might ban services that allow Russia to ship oil by tanker.

Citizens across the United States solemnly remembered 9/11 over the weekend. It’s now been 21 years since the terrorist attacks on American soil claimed close to 3,000 lives.

Credit card companies are set to tag firearms-related purchases using a special code. Second Amendment advocates argue this will place lawful gun owners under surveillance.

Topics in this episode include:

1. 21st Anniversary of 9/11 Attacks
2. NJ: Around 60 Flights Delayed at Newark Airport
3. Flash Floods Hit Chicago
4. Yellen Says Oil Prices Could Spike This Winter
5. California Congresswoman Robbed
6. Credit Card Companies to Tag Gun-Related Purchases
7. Parade in Poland Celebrates Falun Gong
8. Ukraine Regains Control of Dozens of Settlements
9. Britain Honors Queen Elizabeth II
10. Imperial College to Close Chinese-Funded Centers
11. Typhoon Muifa Passes By Okinawa
12. Carlos Alcaraz Wins US Open, Becomes Youngest Number One
13. Pennsylvania Celebrates 37th Annual Mushroom Festival
14. France’s Mont-Saint-Michel Monument Surrounded By Sea

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