Author: Aman Attri

Meet Aman Attri, a seasoned news writer based in the United States, specializing in U.S. affairs. With a strong four-year track record in professional writing, Aman consistently showcases his expertise through meticulously researched and factually accurate articles. Graduating in 2017, he bolsters his academic credentials, ensuring credibility and reliability in his work.

The COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 led to a societal shift, significantly impacting various industries. Companies like Zoom, Peacock, and DoorDash flourished, providing essential services for communication, entertainment, and food delivery. However, one platform stood out among the rest: TikTok. Its user-friendly interface and engaging short-form content revolutionized social media consumption, transforming the way we interact with digital media. Vine the Predecessor and the Birth of TikTok Vine, launched in 2012, allowed users to create six-second looping videos, setting the stage for short-form content. Despite its popularity, Vine was discontinued in 2016. Meanwhile, Musical.ly, an app for lip-syncing and dancing videos,…

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In a devastating incident on Monday, a school bus and a tractor-trailer collided on U.S. Route 24 in Rushville, Illinois, resulting in the tragic deaths of five individuals, including three children. The crash occurred at approximately 11:30 a.m. on 11 March 2024, and involved a school bus from Schuyler-Industry Schools and a tractor-trailer transporting sand. Incident Details: The school bus, traveling eastbound, crossed into the westbound lanes for reasons currently unknown, directly into the path of the tractor-trailer. Both vehicles caught fire upon impact. All four occupants of the school bus, including three children and the driver, were killed. The…

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In the rapidly evolving landscape of digital entertainment, the fusion of cryptocurrency and gaming is ushering in a revolutionary era. This synergy not only introduces innovative experiences and ownership models but is fundamentally altering how players and developers interact with virtual worlds. The Rise of Blockchain in Gaming Cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology are at the forefront of transforming the gaming industry. By offering a decentralized, secure platform, they enable unique solutions that enhance both player engagement and economic models within games. This technological integration is primarily evident in the rise of blockchain-based gaming platforms, the proliferation of non-fungible tokens (NFTs),…

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In recent times, cryptocurrency scams have become a prevalent threat, costing investors significant amounts of money. Among these scams, “address poisoning” stands out, where malicious actors manipulate victims into sending funds to fake addresses. These scams have reportedly resulted in substantial losses, with one Bitcoin trader purportedly losing tens of millions of dollars. Address poisoning scams are carried out by thieves who make spoof accounts of their victim’s online crypto “address,” which they use to send a small amount of currency to the victim in hopes that they will accidentally send money to the fake address later, according to Transak, a…

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To be considered rich in California, you need to earn quite a bit—over $600,000 a year, to be precise. This hefty sum places you in the top 5% of earners in the state, a goal many Californians aim for but only a few achieve. This data comes from a recent study by Go Banking Rates, which highlights just how high the financial bar is set in the Golden State. Based on figures from the U.S. Census Bureau, the study shows a striking increase in the income needed to reach this top tier. Just a few years ago, in 2017, you…

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Two very important due dates for applying for student loan forgiveness are coming up quickly. Some users may need to take certain steps by April 30th to get any help with their student loans or at least lower their chances of having to wait a long time. So far, the Biden government has approved more than $150 billion in loan cancellations. This has been done through a number of different programs, such as temporary ones and full loan forgiveness. One of these waivers called the IDR Account Adjustment, has already forgiven more than a third of that amount. This makes…

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California has given $24 billion to housing programs for the homeless over the last five years. Things are even worse now. https://twitter.com/KevinKileyCA/status/1778226482298384603 https://twitter.com/joshua_hoover/status/1777886316484784493 This came as the homeless population in the state rose by nearly 20% since 2019 to more than 181,000. The highest share of this group is also in California, specifically of “unsheltered” homeless—or people residing outside in makeshift encampments or cars, rather than indoor shelters. Now, to affirm what many Californians long have suspected, the state auditor issued a report that expresses doubt about the efficacy of all that spending. For instance, it found in its audit that…

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Why does petrol cost more than $5 a gallon in Cal As the weather gets warmer, pain at the pump is coming back. The average price of petrol in the state is now more than $5 a gallon. A lot of people in California pay more than $5 a day. https://twitter.com/billessayli/status/1686827471680020480 https://twitter.com/jonnajarian/status/1772261746062827815 People saw a sign that said $5.69 per gallon at a petrol station on Eight Mile Road in Stockton. Economists say that people in California are especially at risk from these high costs. “I can’t afford gas,” said driver Jacob Luis when we told him about the high…

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A clip from an Ohio newspaper from the 1970s went viral on various social media platforms, showing that the world needs to prepare for a solar eclipse today. Viral Image Gives Reasonable Prediction for the Year 2024 The Solar Eclipse Date is April 8. The Viral Image Shows that the Ohio Sunday Journal newspaper shows the accurate prediction of the year 2024 solar eclipse. the headline of the newspaper is -“MIlions See Eclipse; Next Showing in 2024”-  which shows the solar eclipse details of 1970 and predicts that the next eclipse will happen 54 years later on  8 April 2024.…

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Recent Update- The trooper responding said Stewart failed to observe her light change to red and struck Wallace’s driver’s side door. The light had changed to green before Wallace pulled out onto Highway 65, it continued. Further investigation into the matter reveals Stewart failed to observe a warning light and failed to stop for the steady red signal, and, as a matter of fact, was traveling in excess of the posted speed limit. An Illinois teen is now charged for her involvement in a fatal crash in Pettis County. The accident occurred at 7:40 p.m. May 6 when 19-year-old Maggie…

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