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News roundup for Tue, Jul 27, 2021

AOC recognizes that supply chain instability can do serious harm to the US economy—particularly if it’s ignored. The push for logistics and manufacturing resiliency is a bipartisan effort: Speaking of supply chain dangers, the CEO of Whirlpool says the company could be facing $1 billion of scarcity-driven inflationary costs. Trouble with sourcing metals and resin

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A look at how Israelis build shelters for random missile attacks

When violence between Israel and Palestine once again broke out earlier this year, readers grew curious about how the people in that region prepare for indiscriminate missile attacks. How is the average person on the ground expected to respond when confronted with an unwelcome fireworks show? Israel has its own unique infrastructure for dealing with

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News roundup for Fri, Jul 23, 2021

China is purchasing swathes of American farmland. The US is planning on intervening. Former VP Mike Pence warned, rightly, that the American food supply should not be controlled by foreign nationals because it poses a national security risk. Some states already have such restrictions on the purchase of farmland. A quick-thinking NYPD officer asked a

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