As a matter of national security and economic prosperity, it makes sense for the United States to have a strong footprint in Greenland.
The heads of the Kansas City and Philadelphia Federal Reserve banks both said ithat they thought the July rate cut was unnecessary.
Contractors for Microsoft listened in on the audio of Xbox gamers speaking in their homes in order to improve the console’s voice command abilities. One contractor claims most of the recordings they reviewed were children.
MoviePass confirmed this week that a data breach potentially compromised thousands of credit card numbers belonging to their customers.
E-commerce giant Amazon has opened its largest campus yet, but it is not its American HQ2, it is located in Hyderabad, India, as the firm prepares for aggressive expansion in the country.
Two Indians have been sent to jail for just three years after smuggling hundreds of Indians into the United States.
Jobless claims fell to a seasonally adjusted 209,000 for the week ended August 17, suggesting recession fears are overblown.
Former Rep. John Delaney (D-MD) told the Associated Press in Iowa on Wednesday that fellow Democratic presidential candidates were guilty of “cheering on a recession because they want to stick it to Trump.”
At least 62 people are facing charges in an alleged food stamp fraud scheme at a Texas restaurant, and more could be charged, according to a report released Monday.
Elaine Parker of Job Creators Network writes in Townhall that sweeping policies espoused by presidential candidates in this robust economy are doomed out of the gate because the money to pay for them simply doesn’t exist.
“I’m not looking at a tax cut now,” Trump said while talking to reporters on the White House lawn.
The market appeared to take Wednesday’s inversion in stride. The major stock indexes ended the day in the green.
A recent column from Forbes argues that American colleges and universities are spending billions on new buildings that they don’t need.
A new report suggests that DoorDash is still withholding tips from its delivery workers, despite promising a month ago to pay drivers the tips customers give them.
A recent report states that EU antitrust regulators are beginning to question if Facebook’s Libra digital currency could cause antitrust issues.
The National Grid has released its preliminary report into the power cut which caused massive disruption across the UK on August 9th, affecting over a million people and creating chaos in rail and road services.
The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released updated budget projections on Wednesday incorporating interest costs on federal debt that are already out of date.
Retail giant Walmart is suing Tesla over a number of roof fires at multiple Walmart stores which the company claims were caused by Tesla solar panels.
ICE officials are denouncing the allegation by CNN, MSNBC and at least two Democrat 2020 candidates, that the agency detained a breastfeeding mother during the August 7 action against chicken processing plants in Mississippi.
The Department of Homeland Security is issuing a Flores regulation which will allow border agencies to detain migrants and children for multiple weeks until their legal claims for asylum can be completed.
A new poll published at school reform journal Education Next states a free ride at a public four-year college is a popular concept in the country, with 60 percent of Americans supporting the idea.
United States Steel Corp is planning to lay off nearly 200 American workers at its Great Lakes, Michigan plant while it halts production for at least six months.
President Barack Obama’s 2012 ‘DACA’ amnesty is “at best … legally questionable; at worst, it is illegal,” the Department of Justice says in a legal brief to the Supreme Court.
San Francisco’s struggle to address its overwhelming homelessness problem is growing ever more dire, and residents don’t know what to do.
Sacramento salon owner Elizabeth Novak addressed an irate video to California Governor Gavin Newsom over the state’s homeless crisis.
“I think the word ‘recession’ is inappropriate because it’s just a word that certain people, I’m going to be kind, certain people in the media are trying to build up because they’d love to see a recession,” Trump said. “We’re very far from a recession.”
A mother in Dublin, Georgia, is teaching her children about the value of hard work in a very unique way.