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The Epoch Times

The Epoch Times is the fastest-growing independent news media in America. We are nonpartisan and dedicated to truthful reporting.

We are free from the influence of any government, corporation, or political party—this is what makes us different from other media organizations. Our goal is to bring our readers accurate information so they can form their own opinions about the most significant topics of our time.

We don’t follow the unhealthy trend of agenda-driven journalism prevalent in today’s media environment. Instead, we use our principles of Truth and Tradition as our guiding light. We highlight in our reporting the best of humanity, the valuable lessons of history, and traditions that are beneficial for society.

The Epoch Times was founded in the United States in the year 2000 in response to communist repression and censorship in China. Our founders, Chinese-Americans who themselves had fled communism, sought to create an independent media to bring the world uncensored and truthful information.

The Epoch Times has received numerous awards for our reporting and design, including from the New York Press Association, the Society of Professional Journalists, and the Society for News Design.

The Epoch Times’ media network currently covers 21 languages and 33 countries.

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Prices for New Vehicles Hit Record High: Kelley Blue Book

"New-vehicle average transaction prices (ATPs) increased further into record territory in December 2021 to reach $47,077," said the Kelley Blue Book report published Tuesday.

Weekly Unemployment Claims Jump In Possible Sign of Omicron Hit to Jobs Recovery

First-time filings for unemployment insurance came in at 230,000 for the week ending Jan. 8, up from the prior week's 207,000, the Labor Department said in a report.

Inflation Jumps 7 Percent Annually in December, Fastest Pace Since 1982

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported on Jan. 12 that the Consumer Price Index (CPI), which reflects inflation from the perspective of end consumers, rose 7.0 percent in the 12 months through December, a level not seen since June 1982, when it hit 7.2 percent.

Hacker, 19, Claims He Was Able to Remotely Access 25 Tesla Vehicles Worldwide Due to Software Flaw

In a series on Twitter on Tuesday, David Colombo claimed that he had been able to remotely access the vehicles and disable Sentry Mode-a feature that allows Tesla owners to monitor suspicious activities-unlock doors and windows, and start the cars without keys.

Treasury Yields Touch Fresh 52-Week Highs Amid Fed Tightening

The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note has risen to around 1.77 percent. The 2-year yield rallied to about 0.94 percent, while the 30-year bond topped 2.09 percent.

Dimming Outlook on Global Economy Could Fuel Social Unrest: World Economic Forum

According to the Global Risks Perception Survey (GRPS), which is part of the WEF's most recent Global Risks Report (pdf), a whopping 84 percent of respondents expressed pessimism about the world outlook, with 23 percent saying they're "worried" and 61.2 percent saying they're "concerned."

Sticky Inflation and Job Market Tightening Will Push Fed to Hike Rates 4 Times in 2022: Goldman Sachs

Jan Hatzius, chief economist at Goldman, wrote in a note Sunday that the investment bank is predicting a fourth 25-basis-point rate hike in December of this year, up from an earlier projection of three.

CBP Seizes Shipment Containing 50,000 Fake Apple AirPods, 920 Nintendo Video Game Consoles From China

The officers discovered the illegitimate products after inspecting a shipment of goods arriving from China into the United States and determined that they appeared to be fake.

Over 2,300 Flights Canceled as Winter Storm Hits Northeast

Airlines continued to struggle to deal with inclement weather. Cancellations and delays have plagued Southwest Airlines and other airlines in recent weeks, with staffing issues cited as a major reason.

US Retailers Raise Prices of Discounted CCP Virus Test Kits After Agreement Ends With Biden Administration

Walmart and Kroger have both raised their prices for the BinaxNOW COVID-19 rapid tests, after an agreement with the Biden administration to sell the antigen self-test kits at a fixed price expired at the end of the year.

Americans on the Move, Looking for Less Populated and Greener Pastures

Florida, with its sunshine, warmth, and no individual state income tax, is a big draw, as demonstrated by the annual study of interstate migration by United Van Lines, the nation's largest moving company.

NY Fed Develops New Index to Measure Global Supply Chain Pressure

A group of New York Fed researchers has developed a new index to measure the critical factors underlying all global economic activity-supply chains.

Verizon and AT&T Agree to Delay 5G Rollout After Previously Rejecting Regulators' Request

Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and other aviation officials fear that the use of C-band spectrum for 5G wireless services could interfere with sensitive aircraft electronics, disrupt flights and result in some diversions.

Used Car Prices Surge 39 Percent Over 12 months Through November

A used car in the United States costs approximately 39 percent more than what it did a year back.

Billionaire Elon Musk's SpaceX Gets $337.4 Million Boost in Equity Financing

The company, which counts Alphabet Inc and Fidelity Investments among its investors, had raised about $1.16 billion in equity financing in April.

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