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Amazon Basics electronics under scrutiny by federal regulators

Federal regulators are now investigating Amazon electronics after some of the products reportedly burst into flames. The Consumer Product Safety Commission is looking into at least eight products sold under the Amazon Basics brand. Electronics include battery chargers, surge protectors and a voice-activated microwave that consumers said caught fire. Other...
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Analysis: New drug to battle Alzheimer’s disease

Federal regulators approved the first new drug to battle Alzheimer’s disease in nearly two decades -- but not without some controversy. Women Against Alzheimer's chief operating officer russ paulsen joined us with more information.
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FAA questions lead to new halt in deliveries of Boeing plane

CHICAGO (AP) — Boeing has again halted deliveries of its 787 jetliner after federal regulators asked for more information about production flaws, including small gaps where panels of the fuselage are joined. Support local journalism reporting on your community. * New Subscribers Only. * Digital Subscription Only. After the initial...
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SEC says group illegally raised $2B in crypto offering

WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal regulators have accused a group of people of promoting a securities offering tied to digital currency that raised over $2 billion from retail investors without being properly registered. Support local journalism reporting on your community. * New Subscribers Only. * Digital Subscription Only. After the initial...
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Adolescents Drive COVID-19 Vaccination Surge — “More than 52,000 Virginians in the 12-to-15 age group have received their first COVID-19 shot in the nine days since federal regulators authorized use of Pfizer’s vaccine for adolescents. This means 1 out of 9 kids in this age bracket — there are 422,741 in total — are at least partially protected against the coronavirus in the lead-up to schools fully reopening in the fall. [Richmond Times-Dispatch]
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