The Epoch Times

The Epoch Times

The Epoch Times is the fastest-growing independent news media in America. We are nonpartisan and dedicated to truthful reporting.

We are free from the influence of any government, corporation, or political party—this is what makes us different from other media organizations. Our goal is to bring our readers accurate information so they can form their own opinions about the most significant topics of our time.

We don’t follow the unhealthy trend of agenda-driven journalism prevalent in today’s media environment. Instead, we use our principles of Truth and Tradition as our guiding light. We highlight in our reporting the best of humanity, the valuable lessons of history, and traditions that are beneficial for society.

The Epoch Times was founded in the United States in the year 2000 in response to communist repression and censorship in China. Our founders, Chinese-Americans who themselves had fled communism, sought to create an independent media to bring the world uncensored and truthful information.

The Epoch Times has received numerous awards for our reporting and design, including from the New York Press Association, the Society of Professional Journalists, and the Society for News Design.

The Epoch Times’ media network currently covers 21 languages and 33 countries.

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The U.S Census Bureau announced Friday a 0.7 percent increase from August in American retail sales.

Walgreens Responds After Family Says Children Received COVID-19 Vaccine Instead of Flu Shot

Indiana family said their two young children got two full adult doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine instead of influenza shots.

Unemployment Claims Fall to Lowest Level Since Beginning of COVID-19 Pandemic Last Year

The claims decreased to 293,000 last week, as compared with 329,000 a week earlier, the agency said. The four-week moving average for unemployment claims fell to 334,250-the lowest since March 2020.

American Households' Heating Bills Are Expected to Spike This Winter: Federal Agency

The average heating cost for a U.S. household is forecasted to see a double-digit increase this winter.

US Consumer Prices Surge Higher Than Expected, Hit 13-Year High

According to the latest Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) data, the annual inflation rate climbed to a 13-year high of 5.4 percent in September, coming in higher than the median estimate of 5.3 percent.

JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon Calls Bitcoin 'Worthless,' Says It Will Be Government Regulated

JP Morgan chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon said that governments will soon regulate cryptocurrencies.

AstraZeneca Says Drug Cocktail Effective Against COVID-19 in Late-Stage Study

The phase 3 trial preliminary results showed the drug cut the risk of developing severe COVID-19 or dying by 50 percent compared to a placebo in people who did not require hospitalization and had been showing symptoms for a week or less.

Energy Crisis May Trigger Winter Blackouts Across US: Coal Firm CEO

The global demand for power has increased as economies attempt to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, triggering natural gas shortages.

Musk Moves Tesla Headquarters from California to Texas

"I'm excited to announce that we're moving our headquarters to Austin, Texas," Musk told the company's annual meeting on Oct. 7.

Leisure Sector Jobs Recovered Faster in Highly Vaccinated States: Fitch

Leisure and hospitality job growth between March and August 2021 averaged nearly 12 percent in the highest quartile states for vaccination, and less than 4 percent in the states in the lowest quartile, according to the report.

400 Workers Quit Large Michigan Hospital System Over COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

The roughly 33,000 workers at Henry Ford Health System, which includes five hospitals, were required to get a COVID-19 vaccine by Sept. 10.

Top US Utility Providers Cut Power to Nearly One Million Homes Despite Receiving Huge COVID Tax Bailouts: Report

Some of the top utility providers in the United States cut off power to customers across the nation despite receiving tax bailouts.

Over 1,000 Kellogg's US Cereal Plant Workers Go on Strike Over Cut to Benefits and Pay

The food manufacturing company has been at loggerheads with union members for more than a year over a dispute involving a cut to pay and benefits.

US Trade Deficit Hits Record High as Consumer Goods Imports See Sharp Rise

The Commerce Department said in an Oct. 5 statement that the trade deficit rose by 4.2 percent in August, hitting an all-time high of $73.3 billion.

The First Quantum Computing Company Makes Wall Street Debut

IonQ made history by becoming the first quantum computing hardware company to go public.

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