Nearly 1.4 miter saws are being recalled by DeWALT due to injury and laceration risk

DeWALT is recalling about 1,364,000 12-inch Sliding Compound miter saws in the United States and about 118,600 in Canada. The miter saw’s rear safety guard can break or detach, posing an injury risk due to projectiles that can strike the user and bystanders and a laceration risk to the user. Read more →


Why won’t Americans wear masks to protect themselves, older adults, and vulnerable people from covid?

It’s so frustrating. The covid-19 level is high now in the county where I live. Yet, most people aren’t wearing masks indoors. When governors and health officials dropped mandatory mask requirements, they said when covid levels rise to “High” in a county, masks should be worn indoors again. Read more →


Corporations are fighting to derail Biden’s inflation fighting measures while they continue excessive price hikes, watchdog group says

As the Senate considers the Inflation Reduction Act, corporations that have profiteered throughout the pandemic are getting worried that they may have to pay their fair share in taxes, a corporate watchdog group Accountable.US said in its weekly newsletter. Read more →


What to buy and not buy in August

August marks the beginning of the end of summer, as well as a new school year. While it may seem like it’s only a good time to buy pencils, notebooks, and backpacks, August is much more than back to school sales. It brings tax free shopping, deals on summer clothing, garden tools, and much more. Read more →