Dec 02 13:19

Inflation Causing Hardship for 45% of U.S. Households

As the peak of holiday shopping approaches and winter temperatures drive up heating costs across the U.S., 45% of American households report that recent price increases are causing their family some degree of financial hardship. Ten percent describe it as severe hardship affecting their standard of living, while another 35% say the hardship is moderate.

Dec 02 12:47

What Do They Know? Insiders Are Dumping Stocks At A Pace Never Seen Before In All Of U.S. History

Why are CEOs and corporate insiders selling their stocks at a far faster rate than we have ever seen before?  Do they know something that the rest of us do not?  If stock prices are going to continue soaring into the stratosphere like many in the mainstream media are suggesting, these insiders that are dumping stocks like there is no tomorrow will miss out on some absolutely enormous profits.  On the other hand, if a colossal market crash is coming in 2022, then 2021 was absolutely the perfect time to get out.  As I have said countless times before, you only make money in the stock market if you get out in time.  Could it be possible that many of the richest people in the world have picked the absolutely perfect moment to pull the trigger?

Nov 30 14:51

Why Inflation Is a Runaway Freight Train…

The value of these super-abundant follies will trend rapidly to zero once margin calls and other bits of reality drastically reduce demand.

Nov 30 11:12

Millions Of Americans Are Scrambling To Become Independent Of The System As It Collapses All Around Them

Once upon a time, all of the major institutions in our society were running super smoothly, and most people could rely on the fact that they would always be there when they were needed.  But now things are going haywire everywhere that you turn.  We are in the midst of the worst supply chain crisis in our entire history, the crime and violence in our largest urban areas is starting to spiral out of control, millions upon millions of our fellow citizens are absolutely seething with hate, and this pandemic is causing officials to make extremely irrational decisions that would have been unthinkable during “normal times”.  Earlier today, I was horrified to hear that one of my readers had just been denied access to a local hospital.  He was taking his wife in for a very important reason, but there were people at the entrance that were checking the vaccination status of everyone that attempted to enter.  He and his wife had not been vaccinated, and so they were turned away.

Nov 29 12:28

Anyone else feel like they are literally saying “monthly subscriber plans now available?” : Pfizer, Moderna stock pump and dumps surge after FDA authorizes “booster” shots

None of this is about health, of course. It is being done for two reasons: to degrade people’s immunity while generating more quick cash for the elite. In other words, the plandemic is about deception, greed and mass genocide.-- Whether or not people agree to actually take these boosters is almost moot, at least on the financial side of things. The stocks jumped and that is all that matters to the greedy who live to profit on other people’s suffering.

Nov 29 12:24

Government in Action : Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg on paid leave since mid-August amid supply crisis

The supply chain crisis extended into grocery stores this week, with some businesses reporting empty shelves for canned goods, snacks, and pet food. -- “Typically where shoppers can find snacks, canned goods, and pet food, the shelves were bare and nearly empty,” Jacksonville news station WJXT reported. - “In Target, fruit snacks were limited, protein bars were nearly gone too, and Lunchables were low in stock,” the outlet said. “We saw the least amount of available frozen foods at Publix and snack foods like beef jerky were running low.” (Long story short, this guy takes 3 months of "laying low" and not his job for 3+ months, while AMERICANS SUFFER AND PAY HIS SALARY)

Nov 29 11:56

Supply Chains and the Shortage Economy

Our elected officials imagine that they can solve all our problems. Unsurprisingly, President Biden appointed a “port czar” in August and has said, “If the private sector doesn’t step up, we’re going to call them out and ask them to act.” Many experts suggest we need someone, presumably government, in charge. An authority quoted in the Washington Post said, “It’s like an orchestra with lots of first violins and no conductor. … No one’s really in charge.” -- Yet government control over supply chains would help make shortages permanent. Supply chains are too complex for anyone, including the managers of companies like Apple and Nike, to understand. Companies use suppliers and do not know all their suppliers’ logistics. The resulting economy is so interconnected that the lumber shortage has worsened transportation problems. How? As American Institute for Economic Research economist Peter Earle explains, shipping containers require wooden pallets.

Nov 28 06:56

Proctor and Gamble recalls 18 Old Spice and Secret aerosol deodorants after cancer-causing chemical benzene is detected

Eighteen Old Spice and Secret deodorant sprays have been recalled because the products contain benzene, which has been linked to leukemia and blood cancers.

Cincinnati-based parent company Proctor and Gamble (P&G) released a 'voluntary' recall list of 18 aerosol deodorants on November 23.

Recalled products include the Old Spice Pure Sport gift set, as well as popular scents like Swagger and Powder Fresh.

Nov 28 06:53


I wrote an article in December 2012, a week after the Newtown school shooting, called Hey You. My interpretation of this classic Pink Floyd song was related to how our culture has created generations of alienated and isolated people, allowing Big Pharma to peddle their pharmaceutical concoctions to the masses as the “easy” solution to living “normally” in a profoundly abnormal society. My contention was these mass shootings by young men (Newtown, Columbine, Aurora, Virginia Tech, Tucson) were caused by the Big Pharma psychotropic drugs prescribed to all these young killers by sick industry peddlers (aka physicians).

Nov 27 10:57

Flash mob robberies set to explode across America as mass money printing drives the poor into desperation

“This is like watching a piranha consume a cow carcass,” wrote one commenter at Information Liberation about the video footage of several of the incidents. “We’re done, society will never be the same.” -- “We are done if we allow the Republican Party to keep patriotic opposition sitting at home rather than marshaling it in the streets to oppose these animals destroying our nation,” responded another.

Nov 25 11:44

Biden Advises Americans Who Can’t Afford Gasoline… to Buy an Electric Vehicle? What Clown world is this?

Biden does not understand why people are finding rising gasoline prices such a struggle, when the obvious solution is to buy a $112,595 electric Hummer pickup...

Nov 24 11:53

INFLATION IS GOOD! In Early 2022, Prices Will Be Going Up 20 To 25 Percent On Thousands Of Different Products

If you think that inflation is bad now, just wait until we get into early next year. As you will see below, some of the biggest corporations in the entire country have just announced major price increases which will take effect during the first few months of 2022. So if there are some things that you want to stock up on, you may want to do it now, because your money won’t stretch as far once we get a few months down the road. I really wish that I had better news for you. I really wish that I could tell you that prices are going to level off and that economic conditions will return to normal soon. Unfortunately, the truth is that it appears that our problems will soon be accelerating.

Nov 24 10:20

Walgreens, Walmart and CVS Pharmacies Contributed to Opioid Epidemic, Ohio Jury Finds

A federal jury in Cleveland on Tuesday found that the companies owning CVS, Walgreens and Walmart pharmacies were liable for contributing to the opioid epidemic in two Ohio counties—the first, potentially influential verdict among many lawsuits targeting pharmacy chains.

In the suit, attorneys for Lake and Trumbull counties in northeastern Ohio had argued that the chains failed to stop pain pills from flooding the counties and false prescriptions from being filled. The counties argued that by enabling the opioid crisis the pharmacy companies had created a public nuisance costing them each about $1 billion in law-enforcement, social-services and court expenses.

The companies argued that they had tried to stop pills from being illegally diverted and followed procedures required by federal and state regulators. They said that others were to blame in the crisis and that the counties had failed to show that the pharmacies played a major role in the epidemic.

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And the Sacklers?

Nov 23 11:59

Gun Store Has “Not Guilty” Sale Following Rittenhouse Verdict

People are offended generally because they don’t understand what the hell actually happened and only had the media’s slanted reporting. A surprising number of media outlets apparently thought Rittenhouse shot black people, thus providing some kind of racial slant that simply didn’t exist, as just one example. -- Because of that biased reporting, a lot of people were offended because they didn’t know there was nothing to be offended about.

Nov 23 11:45

Dollar Tree Says $1.25 Price Point to Become New Standard

Dollar Tree Inc. will sell a majority of its products for more than $1, edging away from the approach that gave the discount chain its name. -- After 35 years of selling goods for a buck, Dollar Tree is boosting its standard price point to $1.25 by the end of April, the company said in a statement Tuesday. While the decision is “not a reaction to short-term or transitory market conditions,” Dollar Tree acknowledged the inflationary environment and said the price boost will help mitigate historically high costs, including freight and distribution expenses, as well as wage increases.

Nov 23 09:23

Since Inflation Is So High Now, The Elite Have Some Suggestions For How You Can Save Money This Thanksgiving…

This is being hailed as “the most expensive Thanksgiving ever”, but don’t worry, because the elite are offering some suggestions for how you can save some money... For example, NBC News is telling us to “consider not buying a turkey” in order to save some cash...

Nov 23 07:34

Synthetic chemical in consumer products linked to early death, study finds

Synthetic chemicals called phthalates, found in hundreds of consumer products such as food storage containers, shampoo, makeup, perfume and children's toys, may contribute to some 91,000 to 107,000 premature deaths a year among people ages 55 to 64 in the United States, a new study found.

People with the highest levels of phthalates had a greater risk of death from any cause, especially cardiovascular mortality, according to the study published Tuesday in the peer-reviewed journal Environmental Pollution.

The study estimated those deaths could cost the US about $40 to $47 billion each year in lost economic productivity.

Nov 22 13:42

New Poll Shows Almost All Americans Are Deeply Concerned About Inflation As Prices Explode All Over The Country

How do you know when a problem officially becomes a crisis?  Is it when just about everyone agrees that a crisis has arrived?  If that is the case, then it appears that an “inflation crisis” is now upon us.  Country Financial just conducted a survey that asked Americans about a variety of financial issues, and they found that a whopping 88 percent of the population is highly concerned about inflation at this point…

Nov 21 11:40

Here’s why U.S. supply chain problems will only get worse

Less liberty and more centralization equals less production and less overall wealth. -- Governments and central banks have sought to circumvent this rule by printing money from thin air, thinking that they can create wealth while at the same time suffocating public financial interactions and trade with authoritarianism. This, of course, only leads to inflation or stagflation, and thus wealth is never actually created, it is projected like a hologram in order to trick the masses into thinking that all is well – until everything breaks, that is.

Nov 19 20:11

“Privacy-Crushing” Connected Device List Identifies 47 Products with “problematic privacy practices”

By B.N. Frank

Wireless wearables are notorious for their capability of being privacy invasive. Ditto on other wirelessly connected (aka “smart”) appliances and devices. Of course, manufacturers aren’t bragging about this. Thanks again to Mozilla researchers for creating their latest edition of its *Privacy Not Included shopping guide...

Nov 19 19:23

Largest Medicare Price Increase Ever; Fingers Pointing at FDA Approved yet Unproven $56,000 Alzheimer Drug

By B.N. Frank

It was just a few months ago when the FDA approved a new Alzheimer’s drug that 1) may not be effective and 2) could cost Americans and Medicare big bucks. Lo and behold, earlier this week, Medicare announced a substantial increase to their health care premiums...

Nov 19 07:41

Nothing to see here… FDA wants 55 years to process FOIA request over vaccine data

Freedom of Information Act requests are rarely speedy, but when a group of scientists asked the federal government to share the data it relied upon in licensing Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine, the response went beyond typical bureaucratic foot-dragging. -- As in 55 years beyond. -- That’s how long the Food & Drug Administration in court papers this week proposes it should be given to review and release the trove of vaccine-related documents responsive to the request. If a federal judge in Texas agrees, plaintiffs Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency can expect to see the full record in 2076.

Nov 18 09:17

Welcome To The “New Normal”: This Is Going To Be A Holiday Season That None Of Us Will Ever Forget

We seem to have entered a nightmare that does not appear to have an ending. Earlier this year, many of the “experts” assured us that the U.S. economy would be “booming” by the end of 2021, but that didn’t turn out to be true at all. Instead, we are dealing with widespread shortages, the worst inflation since the 1970s, and the most epic supply chain crisis in the history of the United States. So this year, we are all going to have a “new normal” holiday season. The upcoming holidays may not be quite what you have become accustomed to, but the elite are still trying to put a positive spin on things.

Nov 18 05:58

High prices are here to stay as supply chain disruptions continue

Economists, strategists and business executives are warning that the high inflation rates will likely continue into 2022 and beyond. Consumer prices have soared in October and are up 6.2 percent from the previous year, which is higher than most economists estimated. -- There is no near end to the supply chain problems, and consumer demand is only going to increase over the holiday season and beyond, which means that inflation is not going to go away any time soon.

Nov 17 16:44

A Tribute to George Carlin : The PERFECT AMERICAN SH*T STORM

Then it hit me what time of year it was, and what all the people planning were really up to. BLACK FRIDAY SHOPPING. -- Anyone else secretly thinking : "Hey, hopefully the push the decision on this trial back a few more days?"-- I am now! -- HEAR ME OUT GODDAMMIT-- We can REALLY line this shit up to get the most bang for our buck!

Nov 17 11:25

It Has Begun – Get Ready To Pay Much Higher Prices For Meat From Now On

Unfortunately, it isn’t just the price of beef that is soaring.  Tyson Foods just released some new numbers which show that beef, pork and chicken prices are all rising dramatically…

Nov 17 07:51

Pfizer, BioNTech, Moderna Making Combined Profits of $93.5 Million a Day: Analysis

Pfizer, BioNTech and Moderna are making combined profits of $93.5 million per day, according to a new analysis.

That’s $65,000 every minute and $1,000 per second.

Nov 17 06:53

Turns Out Dairy Ain't Half Bad For Your Body

Most people would agree that sugar is terrible for your health. When it comes to fat, though, there has been a lot of heated discussions. We've been warned for decades that eating too much dairy, such as milk, butter, and cheese, can increase our risk of serious conditions like heart disease and strokes, only for more recent research to suggest that they may actually protect us from these by lowering our risk of developing high blood pressure or type 2 diabetes. So, where does the truth lie, and why can't scientists agree on anything?

Nov 08 08:19


Nov 08 08:00

Fast Food Burgers, Fries, and Pizza May Leave You Full of Phthalates

Researchers found fast food from popular chains such as McDonald’s, Burger King, and Pizza Hut contain harmful chemicals linked to a suite of health problems.

As Americans devour a fast-food burger in the car or gobble up a chicken burrito in front of the TV, some may bite into phthalates, according to a new study in the Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology.

This is the first study to directly measure the amount of phthalates present in common fast foods in the U.S. and adds to mounting evidence linking phthalate exposure to fast food consumption.

Nov 04 17:39

Delayed! Telecoms Agree to Postpone U.S. 5G Rollout Due to FAA’s Safety Concerns

By B.N. Frank

Aviation experts have been warning for years that 5G frequencies could cause catastrophic interference issues with aviation instruments. Nevertheless, 5G proponents (including the Federal Communications Commission) continued to ignore them until TODAY...

Nov 04 06:35


So far, no major US or UK press outlet has taken up an article at the British Medical Journal that calls the integrity of the Pfizer clinical trials for the Covid-19 vaccine into question. At a minimum, the results for 1 000 of the roughly 44,000 participants were compromised.
IM Doc, who was the first of several to send this link along, said it was also discussed at a conference yesterday. A participant told him a speaker said: “If true, this is terminally damning and none of the data of that trial can be believed.”

Nov 03 08:36

‘This is a death sentence:’ Lawyer blasts doctors who use standard COVID protocols

As testimonies of people being denied proper healthcare for COVID infection in America’s hospitals mount, attorneys are hitting back at the medical staff responsible for overseeing “death sentence” COVID treatment plans, promising justice to those responsible: “We’re going to hold you accountable.”

At the Truth for Health Foundation’s Wednesday conference exposing human rights violations in hospitals, Attorney Thomas Renz revealed that the standard protocols for COVID patients being implemented across America, including the use of remdesivir accompanied with mechanical ventilators, is “killing your loved ones.”

Renz said that remdesivir, a drug that has been widely prescribed to COVID-positive patients, has a “25.7 percent death rate” in those who were given the drug as a remedy to COVID, and “29.8 percent kidney failure or sepsis rate.”

Nov 03 06:08

Clinical trials of Pfizer COVID-19 jab flawed. Negative side effects were covered up. Contains nanoparticles 

According to a published report, the much hyped up jabs from the United States developed by Pfizer and Moderna, are special fat nanoparticles containing a fragment of the COVID-19 RNA.

The British scientific journal The BMJ published on Wednesday (Nov 3) a report stating that the US-based multinational pharmaceutical corporation Pfizer, during clinical trials of their COVID-19 vaccine, violated scientific norms, including falsifying data, unblinded patients and covered up negative side effects.

The publication noted that “A regional director who was employed at the research organization Ventavia Research Group has told The BMJ that the company falsified data, unblinded patients, employed inadequately trained vaccinators, and was slow to follow up on adverse events reported in Pfizer’s pivotal phase III trial.”

Nov 02 10:19

Top 5 Things to Keep in Mind When Buying A Car in the US

Nowadays, new cars have more tech gizmos and better safety features than models from a decade ago. And let’s face it: Trading in a battered clunker with grubby seats is an inveigling idea. However, many Americans make a lot of mistakes when purchasing cars. They’re likely to have been convinced with stories from their neighbors or friends about how great of a deal they receive on their last purchase. Take a trade-in, for example. A third of clients roll over a $5,000 average of debt from their previous car into their new loan. But they’re paying for a vehicle they don’t even drive anymore. This is not a good personal finance strategy. And the truth is, advice about great deals is one of the aims of car dealerships to make every client think they got the best car deal in the world.

Buying A Car in the US: 5 Things to Keep in Mind

Nov 02 09:53

Litigation Alleging Syngenta’s Paraquat Weed Killer Causes Parkinson’s Disease Moving Toward Trial

Lawyers involved in U.S. litigation accusing Syngenta AG of spending decades selling an herbicide that causes Parkinson’s disease are moving toward selection of a bellwether trial to be held roughly a year from now, according to the federal judge overseeing the litigation.

In a hearing on Friday, U.S. District Judge Nancy Rosenstengel of the Southern District of Illinois told lawyers for the hundreds of plaintiffs so far involved in the cases against Syngenta that they should work quickly to have the plaintiffs complete assessment questionnaires and provide their medical records and other relevant documents.

She said lawyers should be planning for a trial this time next year, though it is not clear yet who the first plaintiff or group of plaintiffs will be.

Nov 01 09:12

If you have any of this meat in your fridge, throw it out immediately

The FSIS explained in a press release that it’s not issuing a recall on the products because it has not identified a specific contaminated lot or lots. Also, the FSIS believes that retail consumers can no longer purchase the salame product in stores. The problem, of course, is that some of the contaminated products may have already been sold.

The salame sticks that were potentially contaminated with Salmonella come from Euro Foods. They were produced before October 25th and arrived in packaging with labels you can view at this link:

2-oz packages containing Citterio “Premium Italian-Style Salame Sticks ALL NATURAL” with “best by” dates up to January 23, 2022, located next to the barcode.

Euro Foods delivered the salame sticks nationwide and exported them to Bermuda, the FSIS explains.

Nov 01 06:46

Want Some Freedom with That Coffee? 5 Pro-American Coffee Companies

Put your money where your mouth is and buy from freedom-friendly businesses. Check out these 5 pro-American coffee companies.

Oct 27 02:58

The CEO Of Blackstone Is Warning That “A Real Shortage Of Energy” Will Cause Social Unrest All Over The Planet

We are facing an unprecedented global energy crunch.  Demand for energy is continually rising, and the production of energy is not keeping pace.  One of the biggest reasons for this is that large financial institutions have become extremely hesitant to fund any new energy projects that will add more carbon emissions to the environment.  Instead, they want to fund projects that will help us transition to the new “green economy”, but meanwhile we are getting to a point where we will soon see widespread shortages of traditional forms of energy.  So now we all get to suffer.  A lack of oil is pushing the price of gasoline to alarming heights, shortages of natural gas are already causing tremendous disruptions in Asia and Europe, we are being told that we are facing a propane “armageddon” this winter, and supplies of coal have dropped to dangerously low levels around the world.

Oct 24 03:10

As The Shelves Get Emptier, How Long Can They Keep The Charade Going?

They keep telling us that everything is going to be just fine, but an increasing number of Americans are beginning to realize that what we are facing is not “temporary” at all.  From coast to coast, store shelves have been getting emptier and emptier, and supply chain experts are warning us that things aren’t going to be getting better any time soon.  But Biden administration officials continue to smile and insist that they have everything under control.  Do you believe them?  At this point, I don’t know why anyone would still believe that they are capable of handling any major problem after what we have witnessed in Afghanistan, at the southern border, etc.

Oct 22 11:06

New Study Reveals Higher Expenses and Other Disadvantages to Owning an Electric Vehicle

By B.N. Frank

Numerous issues have already been widely reported about Electric Vehicles (EVs) including

Battery fires
Battery recycling obstacles
Rapid battery degradation
Fires that are difficult to extinguish
Higher costs
High levels of harmful electromagnetic radiation emissions
Mechanical and operational problems

Someday all of these issues may be resolved. In the meantime, though, the U.S. government continues to strongly support EV ownership and another study has revealed significant drawbacks with that...

Oct 22 07:44

Important - Onions Recalled in 37 States After 650+ Get Sick

Oct 22 07:36

Dutch Government Lab Decrypts Tesla's Data Storage System, Finds "Far More Data Than Previously Aware Of"

We may soon find out whether or not Tesla has been deceptive in presenting its driver data.

According to Reuters, a Dutch government's forensic lab says it has decrypted the car's data-storage system, which has uncovered "a wealth of information that could be used to investigate serious accidents." But the best part: the Netherlands Forensic Institute (NFI) says it has found "far more data than investigators had previously been aware of".

How unexpected.

The NFI said that the decrypted data proved that Tesla stores information about Autopilot usage, speed, accelerator pedal position, steering wheel angle and brake usage. Some of the data can be available for over a year, the report says.

Oct 21 11:25

Salmonella outbreak linked to onions: Throw away onions if you don't know where they're from, CDC says

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has linked fresh whole onions to a growing and mysterious salmonella outbreak.

In a food safety alert Wednesday, the CDC said 652 people have been infected with the outbreak strain of Salmonella Oranienburg from 37 states as of Oct. 18. The number of cases is expected to grow as more illnesses are reported.

The outbreak was first reported in mid-September but the CDC, Food and Drug Administration and local health officials had not identified a food linked to the illnesses.

According to the CDC, the affected red, white and yellow onions were imported from Chihuahua, Mexico and distributed by ProSource Inc., which is based in Hailey, Idaho. The onions were sold to restaurants and at grocery stores throughout the country.

Oct 21 07:20

NFTs are dangerous.

Oct 18 13:12

They Insist Everything Will Be Fine As We Face Shortages Of Chicken, Coffee, Diapers, Fish Sticks, Frozen Meals, Carbonated Drinks, Etc.

Officials in Washington continue to assure us that we don’t have anything to be concerned about, but meanwhile the shelves just continue to get even emptier.  On Friday, #BareShelvesBiden was the number one trending topic on Twitter, and I am sure that the Biden administration must have been thrilled by that.  Biden insists that he and his team are on top of things, but so far nothing that they have done has worked.  In fact, this crisis just seems to keep getting worse and worse.  And because we are facing such a “hydra of bottlenecks”, there aren’t going to be any easy solutions…

Oct 18 05:41

Michigan city is GRIDLOCKED by residents rushing to get free bottled water after they were warned not to cook or brush their teeth using tap water because of lead contamination that can cause brain damage

A Michigan city has been gridlocked by residents rushing to get free bottled water after they were warned not to cook or brush with their tap water after vast amounts of lead were detected.

Officials in Benton Harbor have sent out notices, distributed fliers and tried to improve the water system since high levels of lead were first detected in 2018, the New York Times reports, but now state officials are telling residents not to use it at all.

Instead, they have been handing out bottled water at sites throughout the community, causing long lines and jamming traffic in the city of 9,100 residents.

Oct 15 14:44

Beef Will Now Be A “Luxury Product”, And Cheap Chicken Dinners “Are Coming To An End”

The “reset economy” is coming, and it isn’t going to be very pleasant.  Rather than viewing the economic chaos caused by the pandemic as a negative thing, many among the worldwide elite consider it to be a golden opportunity to fundamentally transform the global economy according to their values.  As they radically reshape our economic system, one of their primary goals will be to make any products that are “bad for the environment” cost a lot more.  In other words, behaviors that produce a lot of carbon emissions must be punished.  That is particularly bad news for those that love to eat a lot of meat, because the production of meat is considered to be particularly “harmful” for the environment.

Oct 15 09:45

Private Covid test lab suspended after possibly giving 43,000 UK residents incorrect results

Covid testing by a private laboratory in Wolverhampton has been suspended after an NHS Test and Trace investigation found around 43,000 people in England and Wales may have received the wrong results.

The UK’s Health Security Agency (UKHSA), which is responsible for “planning, preventing and responding to external health threats,” confirmed the suspension of Covid testing at the Immense Health Clinic laboratory.

The NHS Test and Trace investigation examined around 400,000 samples that have been processed through the lab, after concerns about “people receiving negative PCR test results after they have previously tested positive on a lateral flow device.”

It found that around 43,000 people may have been affected by the errors, receiving incorrect results between September 8 and October 12, mainly in the southwest of England.

Oct 15 05:48

Johnson & Johnson forms new company in an attempt to settle tens of thousands of legal claims their products caused cancer

Pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson put tens of thousands of legal claims alleging its baby powder and other products caused cancer into bankruptcy Thursday.

Johnson & Johnson executed the corporate reshuffling through a contentious legal maneuver known as a 'Texas two-step bankruptcy,' a strategy other companies facing asbestos litigation have used.

J&J put the claims into a separate entity called LTL Management LLC, which then filed for bankruptcy protection on Thursday in North Carolina, according to the company and court records.

Oct 14 17:07

US wholesale prices rose record 8.6% over 12 months

Inflation at the wholesale level rose 8.6% in September compared to a year ago, the largest advance since the 12-month change was first calculated in 2010. -- The Labor Department reported Thursday that the monthly increase in its producer price index, which measures inflationary pressures before they reach consumers, was 0.5% for September compared to a 0.7% gain in August. -- The 8.6% rise for the 12 months ending in September compared to an 8.3% increase for the 12 months ending in August, which had been the previous record 12-month gain.