Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) claimed that President Trump has “sold out working people” despite smashing economic records, telling her audience that we need a new commander in chief because “dude gotta go.”
In a report that leaked from the NY Fed a day early, there are signs of hope for the manufacturing sector.
Tech giant Apple is once again under fire for its operations relating to China, this time due to sending user data to Chinese company Tencent as part of its fraudulent website warning feature in its Safari web browser.
A recent article from the Nation outlines how tech firms such as Google harvest personal data from people without transparency or regulation.
A confusing morning of mixed signals coming out of China about the trade deal struck with the U.S. last week.
Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency has been dealt a major blow as partners eBay, Visa, Mastercard, and Stripe announced in quick succession Friday that they are withdrawing from the project.
Economist Paul Krugman, the longtime defender of global free trade and a member of the failed “Never Trump” movement, now admits that globalization has failed American workers.
A Florida man paid off the school lunch debt for more than 400 children at nine different schools after learning that students were not being served a full meal in their school cafeterias.
The manufacture and sale of fur products is now banned in California, according to new legislation signed over the weekend by Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Consumer Reports recently analyzed Tesla’s new Smart Summon feature and determined that the firm still has a “long way to go to get to ‘Full Self-Driving,'” also falling far short of Elon Musk’s marketing hype.
The president spoke about the deal during remarks with reporters in the Oval Office at the White House after a meeting with the Vice Premier of China.
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador told Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) on Friday to pass the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), which awaits a vote in the Democrat-controlled House of Representatives.
The major stock indexes surged higher Friday on signs that the U.S. and China may have reached “partial deal” on trade issues. President Donald Trump said that “good things are happening” in the trade negotiations. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said
The Wall Street Journal has blamed environmental regulations and mandates for California wildfires — and for the blackouts this week that are aimed at preventing them.
Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) Corp. CEO Bill Johnson has issued a public apology for a party the company threw at a Northern California winery for major clients on the eve of blackouts affecting hundreds of thousands of people.
Tech giant Google has reportedly blacklisted a pro-Hong Kong protester game from itsAndroid app store claiming that it is “capitalizing on sensitive events.”
The Fed is back in the business of buying Treasury bills again but it really, really doesn’t want you to call it QE.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has defended the company’s decision to blacklist an app tracking Hong Kong protest and police activity. One Hong Kong legislative counselor commented, “We Hongkongers will definitely look closely at whether Apple chooses to uphold its commitment to free expression and other basic human rights, or become an accomplice for Chinese censorship and oppression.”
Expectations for real income gains rose to their highest level in two-decades, according to the University of Michigan’s survey. |
Democratic politicians agreed with almost every demand made by the audience of invited transgender and gay advocates at a Thursday town hall managed by the Human Rights Campaign and broadcast by CNN.
A recent study that found permanent tariffs on Chinese imports would create more than a million American jobs has won a prestigious national award.
“We’re going to meet with them tomorrow here,” Trump said on the White House lawn. “And it’s going very, very well.”
Over the past week, we’ve witnessed two iconic American brands, the NBA and Blizzard Entertainment, grovel to communist China, betraying American values in the process. I propose a new phrase for this sort of behavior: “corporate communism.”
A California judge is trying to shut down the nation’s immigration enforcement system, amid the myriad examples of murders and crimes committed by illegal migrants, ICE director Matt Albence said at a White House press conference.
The prices of cars, trucks, computers, phones, televisions, and beer have fallen, disproving the tariff-led inflation hysteria.
The Consumer Price Index was flat for September, vindicating Trump’s claim that there is no inflation in the U.S. economy.
Layoffs are scarce in the United States despite concerns over global growth and trade tensions.