Daylight Books : Tom “Tbow” Bowden : Encounters : Portraits of Americans

Tom ‘TBow’ Bowden is a street photographer based in Texas. The color photographs were taken in cities that include Houston, New York, New Orleans, and Los Angeles. The photographs do not appear voyeuristic, but rather curious and authentic in his commitment to photographing people with respect.
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3 days ago

Jeff Bezos Is Right: Don't Buy a Car on Black Friday

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos cautioned Americans against making large purchases during the usual Black Friday shopping bonanza that happens after Thanksgiving. Bezos has faced some criticism for his comments, but we have to grudgingly agree with this one bit of Bezos advice. For those concerned about their financial future, it may be wise to delay large purchases.
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4 days ago

Amazon's Jeff Bezos faces backlash over ‘stash some cash' advice for Americans

Billionaire Amazon founder Jeff Bezos faced backlash after he advised Americans struggling with inflation to consider not making large purchases. Jeff Bezos urged people to put off expenditures for big-ticket items such as new cars, televisions, and appliances. Amazon plans to lay off approximately 10,000 employees, making it one of the largest mass terminations in the company's history.
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1 weeks ago

NY Fed: Inflation expectations jump in October on gasoline cost fears

Americans are bracing for higher levels of inflation over the next few years, a report from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York says. Survey respondents told the central bank they now see inflation a year from now at 5.9%, up from the 5.4% they projected in the September survey. The jump in inflation expectations arrives as the latest data has pointed to a possible softening in inflation that may allow the Fed to slow its rate rises.
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1 weeks ago

Climate change threatens 'things Americans value most': gov't report

The nation has experienced an average of nearly eight billion-dollar disasters each year over the past four decades. Climate change is also damaging regional economies by slashing crop yields in the Midwest and disrupting fishery operations in Alaska.
#Americans #Midwest #News #Science #Enviornment


2 weeks ago

Why hearing aids are so expensive

An estimated 48 million Americans have some form of hearing difficulty, according to the Hearing Loss Association of America. A typical pair of hearing aids in the U.S. Goes for between $2,000 and $8,000. A recent ruling by the Food and Drug Administration allowing for the sale of over-the-counter hearing aids could improve access for millions.
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2 weeks ago

Jessica Pegula, Cori Gauff first Americans since Serena, Venus Williams to do this

Pegula and Gauff are the first american duo to be ranked inside the top-4 since serena and Venus Williams. This week, Pegula reached her career-high of no 3, while Gauff rose to a career--high ranking of no 4. The pair are set to debut in the singles event at the prestigious season-ending tournament.
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4 weeks ago

Major indexes slip in afternoon trading on Wall Street

The benchmark index is still on track for a 4.5% gain this week. The yield on the 10-year Treasury rose to 3.82% from 3.75% late Wednesday. More Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week, the largest number in four months, according to the government.
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1 months ago

"Americans notoriously have the worst banter" - Tennis fans divided over behavior of Frances Tiafoe and Jack Sock during 2022 Laver Cup

Frances Tiafoe beat Roger Federer in his last match at the 2022 laver cup. The 24-year-old was praised for winning the tournament for the first time. He also made 'Greek Yogurt' references to Stefanos Tsitsipas.
#FrancesTiafoe #Americans #LaverCup #News #Sports #Tennis


1 months ago

Elon Musk Sides With Wharton Professor Who Says Fed Being 'Real Tough Guys Until We Crush The Economy' - Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) - Benzinga

Jeremy Siegel came down heavily on the Fed for not tightening monetary policy before inflation went out of control. The central bank sees stubborn inflation that requires it to stay tight all the way through 2023. Siegel also sees a recession materializing, with the working- and middle-class Americans paying the price.
#JeremySiegel #Fed #Americans #News #Business #Economy


2 months ago

Wharton's Jeremy Siegel accuses Fed of making one of the biggest policy mistakes in its 110-year history - MarketWatch

Jeremy Siegel argued the Fed made a massive policy mistake last year by not moving to tighten monetary policy before inflation got out of hand. He mocked the Fed and Powell for insisting inflation would quickly fade on its own. Siegel said the central bank is making working- and middle-class Americans pay with what he expects will be a punishing recession.
#JeremySiegel #Fed #Americans #News #Business #Economy


2 months ago

The free market doesn’t guarantee economic freedom

The history of black Americans demonstrates that the market doesn’t always deliver the freedom it promises. If, for example, a business discriminates against people of a certain race or sexual orientation, it will bring punishment upon itself in the form of higher expenses and fewer customers.
#Americans #News #Business #Markets


2 months ago

Pandemic trauma caused many to lose their sense of time - The Washington Post

A new study says a majority of Americans experienced time distortions at the beginning of the pandemic. Those who lost their time sense could be at greater risk for mental health disorders. Screening for time distortions could help get treatment to those who need it. More research is needed, but researchers conclude that time distortion is probably associated with mental health symptoms.
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2 months ago

Why divorced, widowed women more likely to retire earlier than planned

A higher share of divorced or widowed women say their retirement lifestyle is worse than expected, compared with married women: 26% versus 18%. The institute's report, which focuses on women's retirement confidence, was conducted in January among 2,677 Americans age 25 or older.
#Americans #News #Business #PersonalFinance


2 months ago

Fewer Americans file for jobless benefits last week

Jobless aid applications for the week ending Aug. 27 fell by 5,000 to 232,000. The number of Americans collecting traditional unemployment benefits rose by 26,000 the week that ended Aug. 20. The unemployment rate dipped to 3.5%, tying a 50-year low reached just before coronavirus pandemic.
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2 months ago

Uday Kotak expects Fed Chair Jerome Powell to ‘break the back of’ US inflation

Uday Kotak took note of Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's signal that the Central bank would raise interest rates further to tame sky-high inflation. Powell has cautioned that when the Fed raises interest rates to combat excessive inflation, Americans will experience a difficult period of poor economic growth and possibly increased unemployment.
#UdayKotak #FederalReserve #Americans #News #Business #Economy


2 months ago

Turn in global oil markets may be shortlived

For now, cheaper oil is being welcomed by global leaders battling inflation. US president Joe Biden has not wasted the opportunity to tell Americans that their drive is getting cheaper again. Oil markets have offered modest relief, with crude prices drifting lower while traders grow anxious about the global economy.
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3 months ago

Everyday Activities That 'Count' As Exercise

Physical activity guidelines for Americans define moderate intensity activity as anything that registers between 3.0 and just under 6.0 METs. A single MET is defined as the amount of energy you burn just by existing. A brisk walk gets you burning four times as much energy as you expend while lying in bed.
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3 months ago

Local Tulsa Company Helps Make Hearing Aids More Accessible

Cleartone in Tulsa played a big role in getting new hearing aids on the market. 30 million Americans may benefit from using these hearing aids, especially for those with mild to moderate hearing loss. The goal of approving hearing aids over the counter is to make getting them easier and less expensive.
#LocalTulsaCompany #Americans #Tulsa #News #Health #Healthcare


3 months ago

US President Joe Biden to sign massive climate, health care legislation

President Joe Biden will sign Democrats' landmark climate change and health care bill. The legislation includes the most substantial federal investment in history to fight climate change. It would cap prescription drug costs at $2,000 out-of-pocket annually for Medicare recipients. It also would help an estimated 13 million Americans pay for health care insurance by extending subsidies provided during the coronavirus pandemic.
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3 months ago

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