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    On Friday’s “CNN Newsroom,” House Oversight Committee Chair Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) responded to questions on whether the White House and the federal government could have acted on the baby formula shortage sooner by stating “the White House has come out with solutions.” And “we are reacting now.” Co-host Alisyn Camerota asked, “Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) says that the White House has basically been asleep at the switch on this. Could they have engaged sooner?” Maloney responded, “Well, the White House has come out with solutions. They’re working now to import. They’re doing all kinds of things. Congress is responding. There will be a hearing, not in my committee, but in another committee next week. We have asked for a briefing by the end of the month. Our briefing will come from the private sector. I invite the Republicans to join us in trying to solve the problem. They can write their own letters. They can write their own — have their own investigations or join in ours, as we seek to get the product on the shelves for the...
    Back in 2012, Apple caused mass hysteria amongst iPhone owners as it switched the original 30-pin charging port to its current Lightning port. Now, a reliable leaker claims that Apple may be preparing to change the charging point for a second time. Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims that Apple will finally ditch the Lightning port for USB-C in its 2023 iPhone, rumoured to be called the iPhone 15. The leak comes shortly after the EU unveiled plans to force all new smartphones – including iPhones – to use USB-C as standard. Apple has previously pushed back against calls to switch to USB-C, amid claims it would produce an 'unprecedented volume of electronic waste' and stifle innovation. Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims that Apple will finally ditch the Lightning port for USB-C in its 2023 iPhone, rumoured to be called the iPhone 15  Why has Apple resisted USB-C? Apple has previously pushed back against calls to switch to USB-C, amid claims it would produce an 'unprecedented volume of electronic waste' and stifle innovation.  Speaking last year, an Apple spokesperson said: 'We believe that regulations...
    New York (CNN Business)Netflix recently told employees that the the company's new lower-priced ad tier may come by the end of the year, according to a report from the New York Times Tuesday. The company is struggling as streaming competition heats up: Shares plunged last month after Netflix reported its first quarterly subscriber loss in more than a decade.Netflix CEO Reed Hastings said in April the company was open to adding commercials to the service, shocking the media and advertising industry. Hastings for years refused to put commercials on the platform."Those who have followed Netflix know that I've been against the complexity of advertising and a big fan of the simplicity of subscription. But as much as I'm a fan of that, I'm a bigger fan of consumer choice," Hastings said on the post-earnings call last month. "And allowing consumers who like to have a lower price, and are advertising tolerant, get what they want makes a lot of sense." To save itself, Netflix might have to play nice with an industry it battled for yearsHastings added in April that...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- A new car may be one of the hottest commodities right now; n fact one recent industry study shows that 80% of buyers paid above the MSRP or Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price.Supply chain backups, a major microchip shortage, and COVID-19 factory shut downs are just some of the reasons why it's hard to find a new car these days."Some dealers would be straight up and say, we have nothing on the floor," said Kevin McGurn, who was looking to buy a car. "And there's some would say, I gotta tell you, put down a deposit and get in line."When McGurn did find cars available he was told that prices are sky high."We're selling cars, about $17,000 over sticker. So I want you to know, I can sell it for that. People are willing to pay for that. So we are going to be selling and it was a car that wasn't on the lot," he said he was told. "I couldn't test drive. They wanted a deposit. I had no assurance that that was gonna really be...
    Erik Spoelstra is not a doctor and doesn’t pretend to be as he coaches the Miami Heat. So whether it is the damaged thumb ligament, orbital fracture or concussion that has had Joel Embiid first compromised and then sidelined during these NBA playoffs, Spoelstra has gameplanned as if the Philadelphia 76ers center could re-emerge in the mix. “You have to plan for it. Whether he does or not, it would be irresponsible not to,” Spoelstra said, as the Heat set their focus on Friday’s 7 p.m. Game 3 at Wells Fargo Center, with a 2-0 lead in this best-of-seven Eastern Conference semifinal series. “I mean it changes dramatically. You’re talking about MVP talent, you know. So we’ll just have to see.” And in many ways, that holding pattern continues, with the 76ers formally listing Embiid as out for Friday, but with the right to upgrade his status throughout the day. “We knew that this series was going to shift and was going to change pretty dramatically,” Spoelstra said, still braced for an unknown that also could come in Sunday’s Game...
    Children are seen walking to school, on the first day of lifting the indoor mask mandate for DOE schools between K through 12, in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, U.S. March 7, 2022.Brendan McDermid | Reuters New York City could bring back mask mandates and proof of vaccination status to go to restaurants, bars and other venues if Covid hospitalizations rise to a concerning level, according to the city's top health official. The city increased its Covid alert level from low to medium earlier this week as infections surpassed a rate of 200 per 100,000 people, driven by the more contagious omicron BA.2 subvariant. For now, health officials are asking residents to exercise increased caution by voluntarily masking indoors and getting tested before and after gatherings. However, Health Commissioner Ashwin Vasan said New York might reinstate mandatory masking and vaccine checks if the city raises its Covid alert level to high. "It's clear that if we moved into a high risk and high alert environment, we'd be seriously considering bringing those mandates back," Vasan told CNBC on Tuesday. New...
    FORMER Manchester United man Zlatan Ibrahimovic has revealed that he enjoyed playing for the Red Devils because he could shut up his haters. Speaking to ESPN's Gabs and Juls Show the Swedish legend, 40, talked about his spell in England. 1Zlatan Ibrahimovic loved playing for Man Utd so he could shut up his 'haters'Credit: AFP He said: "I had fun." "I really enjoyed it because when I came, everybody was against it. And then in England, they didn't like me. "All these haters, after three months, they started to like me, I didn't like them anymore. "I like people when they hate you because then they bring out the best of you. READ MORE ON MAN UTDUnited news Man Utd are 'dealing with' Milinkovic-Savic, Ward-Prowse £75m EXCLUSIVE FREE BETS AND SIGN UP DEALS - BEST NEW CUSTOMER OFFERS "And I'm happy I played for United, which I think is the best team in England. "I think it was the right choice to go to Manchester United. I think I came in a good moment. "Because it's...
    (CNN) — Inflation is at a 40-year high, and Americans are feeling it. A gallon of gas costs about double what it cost in January 2021. Home prices were up a whopping 19.8% year-over-year in February. And, in March, groceries cost 10% more than they did a year earlier. READ MORE: Dutch Bros. Barista Shot By Attacker With Airsoft Gun In Fair OaksThankfully some analysts think that the burden could soon ease, and that we’ve reached an inflationary top. This week, the Federal Reserve will meet and likely announce plans to raise interest rates, a tool used to combat rampant inflation. However, investors fear that accelerating the pace of interest rate hikes could drag the economy into recession. Ryan Detrick, chief market strategist for LPL Financial, thinks it’s likely that inflation has already reached a peak on its own, and that the Fed could start to pull back on interest rates by the second half of the year. The core personal consumption expenditures index, which the Federal Reserve closely watches to measure the price of goods and services, grew by...
    New York (CNN Business)Inflation is at a 40-year high, and Americans are feeling it. A gallon of gas costs about double what it cost in January 2021. Home prices were up a whopping 19.8% year-over-year in February. And, in March, groceries cost 10% more than they did a year earlier.Thankfully some analysts think that the burden could soon ease, and that we've reached an inflationary top. This week, the Federal Reserve will meet and likely announce plans to raise interest rates, a tool used to combat rampant inflation. However, investors fear that accelerating the pace of interest rate hikes could drag the economy into recession. Ryan Detrick, chief market strategist for LPL Financial, thinks it's likely that inflation has already reached a top on its own, and that the Fed could start to pull back on interest rates by the second half of the year. Read MoreThe core personal consumption expenditures index, which the Federal Reserve closely watches to measure the price of goods and services, grew by 5.2% in March, excluding food and energy prices, coming in below economists'...
    Bridgerton's Golda Rosheuvel has revealed that she was told not to come out as gay publicly as it could 'ruin' her career. The actress, 52, said she was advised by an unnamed lesbian director to keep her sexuality a secret early on in her career. Golda, who plays Queen Charlotte in the Netflix period drama, said she was left feeling 'confused' after being told not to come out but insisted on being 'true' to who she is. Sexuality: Bridgerton's Golda Rosheuvel has revealed that she was told not to come out as gay publicly as it could 'ruin' her career Speaking about the conversation she had with the lesbian director on the Just for Variety podcast, she said: 'We were talking about being out and proud and representation and whether I should say I was gay in interviews.  'And it was an absolute no. 'You absolutely shouldn't do that. It could or it would ruin your career as an actor'.'  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'I woke up one morning and had a DM from Kim Kardashian':... ...
    (CNN)Covid-19 vaccines could be authorized for the United States' youngest children as early as June, according to the US Food and Drug Administration's latest meeting schedule.The agency announced Friday it is reserving dates in June for its Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee (VRBPAC) to meet to discuss updates to vaccine makers Moderna and Pfizer/BioNTech's emergency use authorizations that would include making younger ages eligible for Covid-19 vaccination.Tentative meeting dates for VRBPAC are June 8, 21 and 22.Following the advisory committee's deliberations, FDA officials could consider authorizing vaccines for younger children — with that decision also hinging on the agency's reviews of the vaccine data."As we continue to address the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, there are a number of anticipated submissions and scientific questions that will benefit from discussion with our advisory committee members," Dr. Peter Marks, director of the FDA's Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, said in Friday's announcement. Read MoreGet CNN Healths weekly newsletter Sign up here to get The Results Are In with Dr. Sanjay Gupta every Tuesday from the CNN Health team."We are providing a...
    Strength in numbers again will be put to the test for the Miami Heat in the NBA playoffs. In the opening round, it was all for one, with four different leading scorers in five games, and all defensive eyes on Trae Young. Erik Spoelstra’s team ultimately aced that test against the Atlanta Hawks. This time, against the Philadelphia 76ers, a best-of-seven Eastern Conference semifinal series that opens Monday at FTX Arena, the challenge figures to come in triplicate, based on the 76ers’ possibilities with center Joel Embiid and guards James Harden and Tyrese Maxey. For the Heat, the counter will be waves of bodies, waves of defensive pressure, and, likely, waves of fans attempting to maximize the homecourt advantage. “I mean, they’re good,” 76ers coach Doc Rivers said of the impending series. “They’re deep. They’re veterans. We are going to play grown men, and we’re looking forward to the challenge.” Considering Harden has yet to face the Heat in a 76ers uniform, and considering Heat center Bam Adebayo participated in only two of the season’s four meetings of the teams,...
    President Joe Biden delivers remarks on the jobs report for the month of March from the State Dining Room of the White House on April 1, 2022 in Washington, DC.Anna Moneymaker | Getty Images News | Getty Images The tens of millions of Americans saddled with student loans may finally hear soon what the Biden administration has decided to do, if anything, on debt forgiveness. "Not a single person in this country has paid a dime on federal student loans since the president took office," White House press secretary Jen Psaki said at Monday's press briefing. She went on to say that President Joe Biden "would make a decision about any cancellation of student debt before the conclusion of that pause on student loans." That pandemic-era relief suspending the bills has been in effect for over two years, and it's currently scheduled to expire on Aug. 31. More from Personal Finance:More Americans feeling cash-strapped as inflation spikesWhat to do if you missed the April 18 tax filing deadlineHere's how to get the most money towards college Even before the public health...
    AS a championship dancer, you’d assume Strictly judge Shirley Ballas was completely in tune with her body - but for pretty much all her life, that’s just not been the case. “For many, many years, my body was absolutely not in sync with itself,” says the 61-year-old who was born on the Wirral.  4Shirley Ballas has struggled with gut trouble almost all her lifeCredit: Laura Lewis/Symprove. 4Shirley (pictured with partner Daniel Taylor) is always trying to boost her health and wellbeing through diet, yoga and probioticsCredit: Getty “I didn't tend to go to the bathroom but once a week.” She had pain, bloating and constipation for decades. “Maybe it was a little easier while I was competing, because when you get nervous that seems to help the system a little bit,” she says, but it’s only in the last 18 months that she's finally gotten a handle on her gut health.  “I was always looking for something that could help me line up my system and make me feel better.” The Queen of Latin came across Symprove - a liquid...
    FREMONT COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – A Fremont County judge’s move Tuesday to dismiss the case against Barry Morphew clears him of charges for the moment, but potentially not long term. In dismissing the case “without prejudice” Judge Ramsey Lama left the door open for another case against Morphew. The trial was to start next week, but the judge sided with the prosecution’s motion for dismissal without prejudice. (credit: CBS) “I can’t imagine it would be dismissed with prejudice in this situation,” explained legal analyst Raj Chohan. “It would be hugely controversial.” More likely he says would be a move to deny the motion and require the prosecution to move forward with the trail. “Now the community wrongfully is going to believe that Barry just got away with murder,” said defense attorney Iris Eytan. Eytan wanted it to go to trail she said in a news conference outside the courthouse where the trial was to proceed. It was moved from Chaffee County where the Morphews lived. “The prosecution was manufacturing a murder case,” she said also favoring dismissal with prejudice. “It...
    Next1 of 5Prev postUse your ← → (arrows) to browse Anthony Rizzo, Joey Gallo, New York Yankees. (Photo by Eric Espada/Getty Images) These five fatal flaws could have the New York Yankees coming up short yet again in 2022. Every year is supposed to be the one where the New York Yankees go back to the World Series and win it all. Since the 1920s, every decade except for the 1980s and 2010s has included a Yankees championship. It’s a requirement for them to eventually get there. Unfortunately, that hasn’t been so easy for them in recent seasons. Their last trip to the World Series was in 2009. If you heard the name Aaron Judge back then, you might think there was a new Supreme Court nominee or daytime talk show settling civil suits between neighbors. The point is: it has been a long time. And in 2022, these fatal flaws are going to get in the way yet again and bite the Yankees hard before they end their drought.5. The Yankees defined insanity by bringing back too much of...
    Next1 of 4Prev postUse your ← → (arrows) to browse CHICAGO, ILLINOIS – APRIL 18: Manager David Ross #3 of the Chicago Cubs removes Kyle Hendricks #28 of the Chicago Cubs during the fifth inning of a game against the Tampa Bay Rays at Wrigley Field on April 18, 2022 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Nuccio DiNuzzo/Getty Images) The Chicago Cubs blew up the roster last summer, but have gotten off to a solid start in 2022. However, there are some fatal flaws that will come back to bite the Cubs as the season progresses. The Chicago Cubs have been one of the more surprising teams to start off the 2022 season. After trading away Javier Báez, Kris Bryant, and Anthony Rizzo last July, the Cubs were thought by many to be cellar-dwellers in the National League this season. The Cubs, however, have started out the season with a winning record and are actually tied atop the National League Central Division with their bitter rivals the St. Louis Cardinals. Chicago’s fast start has many fans in the Windy City wondering...
    Getty Tom Bergeron Could Disney Plus get former host Tom Bergeron to return to “Dancing With the Stars”? There are a lot of factors at play, but if they want to bring in a new demographic of subscribers, getting Bergeron back would be a good start. The Biggest Factors View this post on Instagram A post shared by Tom Bergeron (@tombergeron) Certainly the biggest factor is whether Bergeron is even interested in returning. Maybe that ship has sailed for him and he has no interest in coming back. He has had some pretty snarky and hilarious responses to the goings-on at the show in recent months. But maybe he would be open to returning? Read More From Heavy How You Can Help Ukraine: Verified Charities, GoFundMe & Ways to Support Ukrainians Another big factor is the reason Bergeron was let go and whether new management might handle things differently. It’s no secret that Bergeron was fired from “Dancing With the Stars” because he butted heads with the producers. In a 2021 interview with author Vicki Abelson, Bergeron...
    The New York Yankees offered Aaron Judge a contract extension of seven years and $213.5 million. Will Judge receive a larger offer, or will he come to regret this decision? Judge is set to turn 30 years old in late April, a typical dead period for receiving any long-term contract offer north of five years. Yet, the Yankees gave the star outfielder what he wanted in a sense — long-term security. A seven-year offer worth north of $30 million per season. The player and his representatives balked, and will not be re-signing with the Yankees during the regular season. He’s set to be a free agent after the season, and there’s a very good chance he just turned down the most average AAV he’d receive as a player at this point. Official from Yankees GM Brian Cashman: No long-term deal for Aaron Judge. Said Yankees offered a seven-year, $213.5 million extension, which, paired with the $17 million they’ve offered in arbitration this season, would have made the entire package just over $230 million. — Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) April 8, 2022...
    With Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Republican Sen. Susan Collins of Maine — both key swing votes — having said they will vote for her, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson appears likely to be confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court. But most GOP senators are likely to vote against her, and far-right extremists like Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri and Sen. Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee have been angrily railing against President Joe Biden’s nominee — which, journalist Eleanor Clift argues in an op-ed published by the Daily Beast on April 4, may come back to haunt them in the future. “Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson was already held in favorable regard by the American public before the Supreme Court nominee sat for Senate confirmation hearings,” Clift explains. “But her popularity grew even more after the hearings, thanks to a tag team of Republicans who sought to portray her as soft on child pornography criminals, uncertain about the definition of a woman, and a fan of critical race theory.” Clift continues, “Prior to the hearings,...