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President Trump applauded the decision and touted the jobs and revenue he says the company will bring to the U.S.
President Donald Trump again shined a spotlight on his efforts to put Americans back to work.
In a press conference Thursday, Trump said Broadcom Limited, a semiconductor company, is legally moving its home base to the U.S. from Singapore.
Trump said the move is expected to create jobs stateside. Broadcom already has a co-headquarters in California; the new HQ will be domiciled in Delaware.
The commander in chief has touted job creation in the past — in August, he said over 1 million jobs had been added during his presidency.
That number aligns with records from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, but a former U.S. Department of Labor official told Fortune the increase isn't surprising. The gains match the country's steady economic growth.
While a complete ban on asylum seeking is not on the table, a source said the White House is looking into a significant executive order on the border.
The Biden administration intends to balance the needs of AI companies with the rights and security needs of consumers and the nation.
The administration is outlining a set of cybersecurity regulations that port operators must comply with across the country.
Remnant Fellowship, which Gwen Shamblin created, has faced widespread criticism from former members and others as being "a cult."
The Wisconsin Ethics Commission provided documents on Friday showing that it referred the alleged violations to several county prosecutors on Tuesday.
A newly released Google AI tool had been generating false historical images of people of color, prompting Google to stop the tool.