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Saturday September 5th, 2020 day edition

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A new report by the Pew Research Center found that a majority of young adults -- 52% -- lived with one or both of their parents in July.

Pew's analysis of monthly Census Bureau data notes that this is higher than any previous measurement.

"Before 2020, the highest measured value was in the 1940 census at the end of the Great Depression, when 48% of young adults lived with their parents," says the report, published Friday.

"The peak may have been higher during the worst of the Great Depression in the 1930s, but there is no data for that period.".

The number of young adults living with parents grew to 26.6 million in July, an increase of 2.6 million from February, Pew said.

Young adults have been hit especially hard by the recent economic downturn and have been more likely to move than other age groups, according to Pew research.

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Amazon deletes 20,000 reviews after evidence of profits for posts

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Overwhelmingly, those products were from little-known Chinese brands, who often offer to send reviewers products for free in return for positive posts.

When contacted by the FT, Mr Fryer denied posting paid-for reviews — before deleting his review history from his Amazon profile page.

Although some reviewers removed their history, the reviews themselves remained online until Amazon took action on Friday. »

DHS to label white supremacists as the 'most persistent and lethal threat' to the US: report

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The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is set to label white supremacists as the most serious terror threat facing the United States.

In three draft reports reviewed by Politico, DHS says the threat posed by white supremacists is more significant than the immediate danger from foreign terrorists.

“Among these groups, we assess that white supremacist extremists – who increasingly are networking with likeminded persons abroad – will pose the most persistent and lethal threat. »