The Truth About Aspartame: Is it Really Carcinogenic? Find Out the Facts

2023-07-13 23:15:00 The artificial sweetener aspartame is potentially carcinogenic to humans, but remains safe at acceptable intake levels. Pictured is a shelf of sodas at a supermarket in Pasadena, California. Photo taken in June 2020 (2023 REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni) LONDON ( – The artificial sweetener aspartame may be carcinogenic to humans, but it remains safe at … Read more

Responding to criticism of the US debt ceiling, Mr. Biden adjusts telephone talks with Speaker of the House | Reuters

2023-05-21 03:12:00 The U.S. administration and Republicans in Congress exchanged accusations on Wednesday over the federal debt ceiling. No talks took place that day, and a White House official said that President Biden instructed his administration team to schedule a phone call with House Speaker McCarthy (pictured, Republican) for Monday morning ET. FILE PHOTO: Washington, … Read more

Italy bans use of chat GPT Concern about collecting personal information for the first time in Europe and America | Reuters

Italian authorities have suspended access to Chat GPT, an artificial intelligence (AI) developed by Microsoft-funded startup OpenAI, on the 31st, and the collection of huge amounts of data may violate personal information protection laws. announced that it had launched an investigation. February 9 (2023 Lo/Illustration/File Photo) [ミラノ/ストックホルム 31日 ロイター] – On the 31st, the … Read more

Norwegian police detain Greta temporarily during protest demonstration | Reuters

Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg was detained twice by police during a protest in support of indigenous human rights in the Norwegian capital Oslo on the 1st. FILE PHOTO: Oslo, 2023. REUTERS/Alf Simensen/NTB/via REUTERS OSLO ( – Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg was twice detained by police on Wednesday during a protest in support of … Read more

Japan Securities Association to revise guidelines for financial asset holders for sales of “structured bonds” | Reuters

On February 15, the Japan Securities Dealers Association announced revisions to its guidelines regarding the sale of structured bonds, a financial product that has caused many troubles. Photo taken in August 2011 (2023 REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao) TOKYO ( – The Japan Securities Dealers Association on Thursday announced revisions to its guidelines on the sale of troubled … Read more

Hyundai, Kia to pay $41.2 million to U.S. states over mileage claims

WASHINGTON ( – Korean carmakers Hyundai Motor Co and affiliate Kia Motors Corp will pay $41.2 million to resolve an investigation by 33 U.S. states over the their 2012 mileage restatements, state attorneys general said on Thursday. The Hyundai logo is seen outside a Hyundai car dealer in Golden, Colorado, November 3, 2014. REUTERS/Rick Wilking … Read more

Microsoft officially proposes external provision of popular games to US authorities | Reuters

On December 13th, Brad Smith, president of Microsoft, told the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) that the popular game “Call of Duty” owned by the game company Activision Blizzard, which is aiming to be acquired, will be sold to Sony and others. It said it had formally proposed a legally binding agreement to provide it to … Read more

US authorities start investigating Honda’s “CR-V” | Reuters

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced on December 6 that it will begin investigating whether there are any safety issues with some Honda and Stellantis models. A Honda CR-V is pictured at the Paris Motor Show in March 2018. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier [ワシントン 6日 ロイター] – The U.S. Department of Transportation’s … Read more