During an interview aired Friday’s broadcast of “The Issue Is,” Rep. and U.S. Senate candidate Barbara Lee (D-CA) stated that negotiations over an agreement to raise the debt limit were “lose-lose” for President Joe Biden and she voted against the
During an interview aired on Friday’s broadcast of “PBS NewsHour,” Senior Adviser to President Joe Biden Gene Sperling stated that it’s “very important that we think of what type of policies we could do going forward” so people don’t use
A decline in the self-employed gig economy could be pulling more workers into payroll jobs while also increasing the unemployment rate, Breitbart Economics Editor John Carney explained.
On Friday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “All In,” White House National Economic Council Deputy Director Bharat Ramamurti argued that poll numbers on individual financial situations are strong, “but then, when you look at what people say about the state of the economy,
On Friday’s broadcast of CNN’s “AC360,” CNN Senior Political Commentator and former Obama Adviser David Axelrod stated that President Joe Biden’s “economic approval numbers are actually quite bad, especially relative to what he’s achieved” because of political polarization and a
On Friday’s broadcast of Bloomberg’s “Sound On,” White House Council of Economic Advisers member Heather Boushey said that it is crucial that veterans and homeless people were spared the “onerous work requirements” for SNAP benefits in the debt limit and
Several thousand illegal migrants protested in Florida’s streets against Gov. Ron DeSantis’s state law that may shrink illegal immigration to the state.
The labor market is putting the Federal Reserve to the test.
On Friday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “José Díaz-Balart Reports,” Senior Adviser to President Joe Biden Gene Sperling commented on the recent jobs report and stated that “there’s a lot to feel good about” because jobs are still being created and that
On Friday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “José Díaz-Balart Reports,” Senior Adviser to President Joe Biden Gene Sperling said that “being able to resolve the debt limit with the leadership the President showed” and not having a repeat of the debt limit
Elon Musk has been accused of insider trading by investors who alleged that he manipulated the price of the cryptocurrency Dogecoin, causing them to lose billions of dollars.
Ella Irwin, the head of trust and safety at Twitter, has resigned from her position, marking the second high-profile departure from the role since Elon Musk’s takeover of the social media giant.
Tech giant Microsoft has announced a long-term partnership with woke advocacy group GLAAD, aiming to increase the representation of LGBT characters in its first-party Xbox games.
And how can the rise in unemployment be reconciled with the huge job gains?
Allstate Insurance quietly stopped selling new homeowner and business insurance in the State of California last year, a new report confirms, suggesting the decision of State Farm to do so this week was not an isolated one.
The U.S. economy added 339,000 jobs in May and the unemployment rate rose to 3.7 percent, the Labor Department said Friday. Economists had forecast employers would grow payrolls by 190,000, a downturn from the preliminary April estimate of 253,000. The unemployment rate was expected to pick up to 3.5 percent from 3.4 percent.
Disney completed its third round of mass layoffs last Friday ahead of the Memorial Day holiday weekend, with no fairytale ending for 7,000 workers sent to the exits at the besieged company.
On Thursday’s broadcast of NPR’s “Morning Edition,” White House National Economic Council Deputy Director Bharat Ramamurti stated that the Biden administration plans to try to get some of the concessions it made in the debt limit bill back in future
While other countries are mulling where to put the brakes on AI development, Japan is going full steam ahead, with the government recently announcing that no data will be off-limits for AI.
The bones of the U.S. economy are looking good as we hurtle toward the warming months.
On Thursday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “America Reports,” Sen. Chris Coons (D-DE) said that the debt limit bill does push Congress to follow the appropriations process, but doing so will “be tough to do so with the reduction
Data from two top ship tracking firms revealed that shipments of Russian crude oil to China and India, Russia’s top two buyers, rose by ten percent in May to hit record levels despite the Biden administration’s pleas to cut down on Moscow’s prodigious income stream by respecting sanctions and price caps.
Employees at Master Lock’s plant in Milwaukee, Wisconsin are urging the corporation to scrap its plans to outsource their jobs, reportedly to Mexico, noting that the operation is profitable and that there is no justification for such a move.
On Thursday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports,” Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-OR) stated that the debt limit bill has “a whole series of proposals out of sync with the Democratic Party” and contains “all majors that came out of the
On Thursday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports,” Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-OR) said that he plans to vote against the debt ceiling bill and one reason is because of the bill’s “significant impact…on fighting climate, which is the biggest issue
In a discovery that is likely to excite opponents of the fossil fuel industry, scientists claim to have developed technology that can use any material to generate energy out of thin air, provided the air is humid enough.
Amazon has agreed to pay more than $30 million to settle FTC allegations of privacy violations violating privacy laws by holding onto children’s data, according to federal filings.
In a stark warning, Mo Gawdat, a former chief business officer at Google X, has declared that the rapid development of AI poses a greater emergency than climate change — once the ultimate sacred cow of Silicon Valley leftists.
Breitbart Economics Editor John Carney discusses the debt ceiling bill, the 2024 campaign trail, woke businesses getting a little bit broker, and more evidence that the U.S. needs a secure border.
In a dramatic standoff between tech giants and the news industry, Mark Zuckerberg hasthreatened to block all news articles in California from Facebook and Instagram if a proposed bill, known as the California Journalism Preservation Act, is passed.
President Joe Biden’s border deputies are doubling the inflow of illegals through the “CPB One” pathway, regardless of a multi-state lawsuit against the likely illegal process.
A second consecutive month of strong job growth. What will Friday’s nonfarm payrolls bring?
No sign of businesses shedding workers at a more rapid rate.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk wound up his visit to China on Thursday to be greeted by the news he has reclaimed the top spot as the world’s richest person.
On Wednesday’s broadcast of CNBC’s “Squawk Box,” Professor of Economics at Harvard University and former International Monetary Fund Chief Economist Ken Rogoff stated that “the underlying CPI, the underlying core inflation is still pretty strong” and that there will be
On Wednesday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “All In,” former Biden White House National Economic Council Director Brian Deese reacted to projected cost overruns in the Inflation Reduction Act’s green provisions by stating that “people have been fundamentally asking the wrong question”
A poll shows that Americans largely support the bipartisan debt ceiling deal negotiated between Republican House Speaker Kevin McCarthy and the Biden White House.