A Turning Point | A dark past: Native American boarding schools in North America

The horrors were laid bare with the discovery of 215 unmarked graves outside an Indigenous children’s school in Canada, which had adopted similar policies as the U.S. Kimberlee Medicine Horn Jackson is an adjunct professor at Kent State University. She is part of a research team tasked with uncovering the horrific histories at these schools…

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Japan and South Korea cracked the American car market. Now a company from Vietnam wants to try

Vinfast, a car company based in Vietnam, unveiled a pair of electric SUVs Wednesday that it plans to begin selling in the United States next year.A subsidiary of Vietnam’s enormous VinGroup conglomerate — which owns companies in technology, healthcare, amusement parks and even a university — Vinfast unveiled its first models, a pair of gasoline-powered…

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One of the largest ports in North America is experiencing big delays due to flooding in Pacific Northwest, officials say

(CNN)There are significant delays for railways and trucks using the Canadian port city of Vancouver after severe and widespread flooding slammed the Pacific Northwest, officials said Wednesday — and the impact could be felt for days. Vancouver is Canada’s largest port and the third largest in North America by tonnes of cargo, according to the…

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North America Drug Delivery Markets, 2021-2026 – Increasing Use of Self-administering Drugs and Rising Awareness About Diagnosis and Treatments

The North America drug delivery market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 10.04% to reach US$657.863 billion by 2026, from US$336.766 billion in 2019. Advancements in the drug delivery system are being made by studying and exploiting the properties of nanoparticles, which will make the process of drug delivery more efficient and time-saving.…

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‘Made in America’ bakeries ready to deliver pies to families across US

As Thanksgiving Day nears, bakeries across the America are gearing up to make sure dessert is ready in time for dinner. In New York City, the Little Pie Company has been operating since 1985. They’re known for their signature Sour Cream Apple Walnut Pie — a recipe passed down from grandma. Arnold Wilkerson is the…

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Joe Biden’s America-Last Energy Policy

Alarmed by the speed at which the comparisons to Jimmy Carter are mounting, President Biden has sent a letter to the Federal Trade Commission in which he pretends to believe that America’s sky-high gas prices are the result of “anti-consumer behavior by oil-and-gas companies.” Given the backdrop against which Biden’s concern must be set, the…

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Bank of America Awards $6 Million Grants To 65 Detroit Area Non-Profits

(CBS DETROIT)– Bank of America announced their foundation has awarded over 6 million dollars to over 65 organizations in Metro Detroit. One Oakland County non-profit says the funds will go a long way. “This grant is going to completely give us so much more funding more opportunities to be in the community and increase our…

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Latin America’s Inflation Challenge

Soaring food prices are partly driving the surge. They started increasing even before the pandemic and have risen more than 18 percent on average in LA5 countries since January 2020. In Latin America, food prices make up about a quarter of the average consumption basket. For households still reeling from the coronavirus crisis, higher food…

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Breaking the Myth About America’s ‘Great’ Railroad Expansion

Politicians love a good historical analogy. That’s why Joe Biden has compared his infrastructure law to the construction of the interstate highway system and the transcontinental railroad. The president, of course, means such comparisons in a flattering light. For those who have studied these revolutionary policy choices, however, the consequences are not so unblemished. Ten…

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Bullish Cainiao doubles lift to Latin America as e-commerce markets soar

Cainiao, the logistics arm of Alibaba, is bullish on Latin America. A little over a year after its first freighter flights from Hong Kong to the region, the company is more than doubling its lift there. Having opened direct service in October 2020 with three weekly flights to Brazil and Chile, Cainiao is now upping…

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