Break'n News - Bitcoin bounces back after a wild day that briefly took the cryptocurrency below $30,000

Bitcoin continued to rebound from its lows for the year on Wednesday. The cryptocurrency sank below the key $30,000 threshold Tuesday, at one point briefly erasing all its 2021 gains. It later recovered to turn positive for the day. On Wednesday, bitcoin climbed back above the $34,000 mark to trade as high as $34,367 in […]

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Biden's strategy to combat violent crime will focus on guns, community support

U.S. President Joe Biden delivers remarks before a ceasefire agreed by Israel and Hamas was to go into effect, during a brief appearance in the Cross Hall at the White House in Washington, May 20, 2021. Jonathan Ernst | Reuters WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden will outline several actions on Wednesday that his administration is […]

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Chinese Bitcoin miners ‘not even in the mood to drink anymore’

China, once home to about 65% of the total Bitcoin (BTC) mining hash power has given the boot to several miners in the country. The country’s Bitcoin mining ban means miners have been forced to shut down their operations with some establishments already moving hardware overseas. Tweeting on Wednesday, Kevin Zhang, vice president of crypto […]

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Some Republicans Find Failure to Grapple With Climate Change a ‘Political Liability’

The same week in Miami, a group of young Republicans carrying signs that read “This Is What an Environmentalist Looks Like,” held what was billed as the first rally for “conservative” climate action. On Capitol Hill, Kevin McCarthy, the House Republican leader, plans to start a Republican task force on climate change, his staff confirmed. […]

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Your Steak Is More Expensive, but Cattle Ranchers Are Missing Out

At Harris’ in San Francisco — a quintessential American steakhouse with dark wood, cozy leather booths and dry martinis — the price of the popular eight-ounce filet mignon with two sides recently increased $2 to $56. It’s even more expensive for the restaurant. Michael Buhagiar, its chef and owner, said he was now paying 30 […]

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Euro zone business activity surges by its fastest rate in 15 years

An apprentice in the profession welder is working in a training center in Siegburg, Germany. Unkel | ullstein bild | Getty Images LONDON — Euro zone business activity has grown at its fastest pace in 15 years this month, according to preliminary data released Wednesday. The 19 economies have recently taken different steps to reopen […]

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