During a press conference on Friday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said that refusing to accept a smaller coronavirus relief bill “was not a mistake.” And she’s “very proud of where we are.” CNN Senior Congressional Correspondent Manu Raju asked,
Facing the prospect of a Republican-controlled Senate, former Vice President Joe Biden’s team is exploring the possibility of tying climate change legislation to economic relief efforts related to the novel coronavirus, according to a report.
If you take away the seasonal adjustment, employment grew in the retail sector in November.
Prominent AI ethics researcher Timnit Gebru alleges that her firing from Google is an act of “unprecedented research censorship.” The Masters of the Universe at Google fired Gebru after she refused to retract an academic paper critical of the company’s AI technology.
The year 2020 was already looking like a tough year even before the coronavirus outbreak, Pope Francis told a group of new ambassadors to the Holy See Friday.
A survey released by the French Court of Auditors has warned of the increasing disappearance of local shops from vulnerable, impoverished no-go areas across the country due to security issues. The survey described a “phenomena of withdrawal” of businesses from
Less than half of what economists had forecast.
Top Senate Democrats made an emotional case Thursday asserting the United States must be a nation of immigrants.
Our politicians are either sociopaths with no regard for human life, or total hypocrites who don’t actually believe that the lockdowns and mask mandates are necessary.
Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-CA) is signaling that she will hold up a quick House passage, for which there would be little-to-no discussion, of Sen. Mike Lee’s (R-UT) green card giveaway for Big Tech.
Republican Sens. John Cornyn (R-TX) and Susan Collins (R-ME), both of whom just won reelection, say the U.S. Senate must start with an amnesty for illegal aliens enrolled in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program in an effort to reach “comprehensive immigration reform.”
While American businesses continue to feel the economic impact of being forced to close their doors amid the coronavirus pandemic, one popular clothing and accessory store in Los Angeles is standing up to any “political elite that is a hypocrite” with a unique window display.
Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook corporation discriminated against thousands of American graduates as it tried to hire foreign workers via the federal green card process, according to a December 3 lawsuit filed by the Department of Justice.
A Chinese developer has allegedly taken over Keswick, a small Australian island off the country’s northeast coast. After purchasing the islet on a 96-year lease in 2019, local residents said this week that the company, China Bloom, has essentially forced them off the island.
Warner Bros. is reportedly set to release its entire movie slate in theaters and on HBO Max on the same day next year, a major move smashing the theatrical window, in response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic that has shuttered thousands of theaters across the United States.
Top Department of Homeland Security (DHS) officials on Wednesday announced new restrictions on cotton products from China suspected of being made from slave labor and warned Americans against buying products ‘Made in China’ this Christmas season.
CEOs have quietly expanded their captive workforce of non-immigrant, non-temporary foreigners who must remain with their employers while they wait for the arrival of promised green cards.
Twitter has once again expanded its hate speech policies to “prohibit language that dehumanizes people on the basis of race, ethnicity, or national origin.”
ViacomCBS’ MTV Entertainment Group is committing $250 million over the next three years to bring content from women and BIPOC-owned production companies to screens.
A recent complaint filed by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) alleges that tech giant Google violated labor laws by spying on workers that were organizing employee protests and then fired two of them.
Michigan State University announced this week that students residing on campus are academically out-performing their off-campus peers. An analysis conducted by researchers at the university revealed that students living on campus graduate at a rate that is 2.5 percent higher than those that choose to live off-campus. As a result, Michigan State announced that incoming students will be required to live on campus for at least two years.
A Taiwanese man excited to get his hands on a PlayStation 5 was forced to give it up recently when his wife discovered it is not an air purifier.
President Donald Trump slammed “certain Republican senators” for their “cold feet” on reforming Section 230, the law that allows Big Tech platforms to censor their users while suffering little in the way of legal consequences.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying accused America on Thursday of seeking to impose “forced poverty” on the nation’s Uyghur population by opposing their enslavement.
American Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents will seize any imports into the country of cotton products by the Chinese Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps (XPCC), the U.S. announced on Wednesday, due to their use of slave labor.
Lockdowns, the surging virus, and the 2020 election results weigh on the economy.
A recent report claims that a group of at least 40 states led by New York is set to file an antitrust lawsuit against Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook as early as next week.