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Japan has almost completely eliminated gun deaths — here's how

A recent spate of mass shootings has prompted renewed calls for gun control in the US. Japan may offer some insight into preventing future attacks.

Donald Trump wants to sue former FBI officials Lisa Page and Peter Strzok, but can't find them after a half-dozen tries since March

Trump lawyers say they've tried, failed 6 times to serve Page and Strzok with papers for his March lawsuit alleging a plot to 'rig' the 2016 election.

Jan. 6 committee updates: Next public hearing scheduled for July 12; new witnesses have been coming forward to the panel since Cassidy Hutchinson's damning testimony, Kinzinger says

The House select committee is investigating the Capitol riot and the role Donald Trump and his allies played in trying to overturn the 2020 election.

Putin is threatening poor countries with starvation as the 'next stage' in his ruthless Ukraine war, experts warn

"The Russian invasion into Ukraine exacerbated an already bad situation" and it's "affecting the entire global community," one expert told Insider.

'Everything Everywhere All at Once' is now available to rent for $6 — here's how to watch the sci-fi adventure starring Michelle Yeoh

"Everything Everywhere All at Once" blends different genres to tell a story about a Chinese immigrant who travels across universes to save the world.

Victims of the Highland Park shooting include a 78-year-old grandfather and both parents of a toddler, with the injured as young as 8

At least seven people were killed and dozens more injured after a shooting at a July Fourth parade in Highland Park, Illinois.

Democratic politicians are taunting Ron DeSantis by inviting Floridians to their states

Democratic executives in New York City, Colorado, Connecticut, and California have invited Florida businesses or citizens to their state.

Top Biden ally says criticism of the White House is 'the same foolishness that got us Donald Trump'

"He saved democracy once by beating a tyrant. He's doing it again, but he doesn't do it by beating his chest," DNC adviser Cedric Richmond told CNN.

Costco just raised prices of two food court favorites

Soda and chicken bakes are going up, but the company hasn't indicated any plans to raise the price of its classic hot dog and soda combination.

16 early Amazon Prime Day gaming deals, including discounts on games and accessories for Nintendo Switch, PS5, and Xbox

Amazon Prime Day is a great time to shop for video games, gaming gear, and PC accessories. These are the best early deals you can snag right now.

The 47 best things we bought on Amazon under $25, from a mini waffle maker to a TikTok-famous ring light

We compiled a list of our favorite budget gifts and things to buy on Amazon under $25, including handy kitchen tools, beauty products, and more.

'Top Gun: Maverick' is still playing exclusively in theaters, but you can preorder it to watch at home on services like Amazon

Tom Cruise returns as Maverick in the sequel to "Top Gun." A streaming release date hasn't been announced, but preorders are available on Amazon.

Jimmy Carter's former treasury secretary urges Biden to axe his economic agenda and focus on cutting the national debt to fight inflation

W. Michael Blumenthal told The New York Times that the president should take "painful steps" to combat inflation.

Nasdaq turns higher in volatile session as investors weigh recession risks

The S&P 500's energy sector was knocked down while WTI oil lost its grip on $100 a barrel.

Cryptocurrency mining heavyweight dumped 79% of its bitcoin holdings to pay debts and maintain liquidity

Core Scientific unloaded most of its bitcoin in June while the crypto slumped. The company said it sold its holdings to sustain liquidity and pay debt.

Snapchat Plus unlocks new and exclusive features — here's how much it costs and how to sign up

Snapchat Plus is Snapchat's new subscription plan that unlocks a new app icon, the ability to see who rewatches your Stories, and more.

United is cutting 3 routes and leaving 2 cities indefinitely as small markets continue to suffer post-pandemic — see the full list

Small cities have become a common casualty of the pandemic, with airlines pulling out due to low demand, high operating costs, and staffing shortages.

The White House was caught off guard by the timing of the Supreme Court's decision that overturned Roe v. Wade, report says

The White House counsel advised that the decision wasn't expected on the day the Court issued it and a key staffer was on a coffee run, CNN reported.

Rising energy costs and plummeting crypto prices mean public bitcoin miners are 'fighting to survive'

"Some miners may either go bankrupt or have parts of their assets purchased for cents on the dollar by stronger ones," said Arcane Research.

Mitch McConnell says the labor shortage will be solved when people run out of stimulus money because Americans are 'flush for the moment'

Lack of childcare and well-paid jobs might be driving the labor shortage. Mitch McConnell thinks March 2021 stimulus checks are to blame.

Lorraine Twohill, chief marketing officer at Google, says inclusive advertising is just good business

Lorraine Twohill, chief marketing officer of Google, tells Insider that inclusive advertising that represents all kinds of people is just good business

The 'supercycle' bull-case for commodities is wearing thin as technical indicators begin to deteriorate, research firm says

"There's been diminishing evidence of a secular bull in commodities, or what's often called a supercycle," Ned Davis Research said.

Audible Premium Plus is free for your first 3 months as an early Prime Day deal — here's how to sign up

Amazon Prime subscribers can get an extended free trial to Audible ahead of Prime Day. The service offers access to tons of audiobooks and podcasts.

Subway is straying from the business model that made it the biggest fast-food chain in the world

The new menu could increase sales and simplify operations in Subway's kitchen to reverse a sales slump.

Biden's new anti-corruption czar Richard Nephew says it's 'straight up hilarious' that people are making jokes about his name and position

The man overseeing Biden's anti-corruption policies said it hadn't occurred to him there was a hilarious juxtaposition between his job and his name.

Amazon agreed to let European customers cancel their Prime memberships in just 2 clicks following complaints by EU consumer groups

The European Union pushed Amazon to simplify its Prime cancelation site in Europe after calling the previous process "confusing" and "manipulative."

Dollar dominance is going to stick around in global markets as there's nothing on the horizon to rival the greenback, Fed study says

"The dollar's international role, whether for trade, investment or use as a global reserve currency, remains quite strong," the New York Fed wrote.

Famed Silicon Valley investor Marc Andreessen says the rise of remote work will create an 'earthquake' in how and where people live

a16z's Marc Andreessen said remote work means people no longer are forced to live near offices in major cities, which could transform civilization.

Mitt Romney likens Trump's false claim that he won in 2020 to the 'delusion that leads people to feed money into slot machines'

In an essay in The Atlantic, Romney takes aim at "wishful thinking" in politics and calls Trump's election claims a "classic example of denial."

The stock market's fear gauge needs to spike up significantly before the bear market bottoms out

"This market will not bottom until we see a large panic-induced drop," said The Kobeissi Letter, a newsletter focusing on global capital markets.

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