China’s state-run Global Times on Monday taunted the White House over the “alarming” and “disappointing” jobs report from April, suggesting the unexpectedly weak 266,000 jobs created “cast doubt over the recovery path of the world’s biggest economy.”
Energy and consumer finance stocks led the way down.
The criminal hacking group that reportedly goes by the name DarkSide and attacked the largest gasoline pipeline in the United States has now put out an apology of sorts.
Biden met with both moderate Democrat senators before his scheduled Wednesday meeting at the White House with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY).
Appearing Monday on CNN’s The Lead, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) criticized President Joe Biden’s infrastructure budget, saying the $2.2 trillion proposal “doesn’t quite go far enough.”
Demand for gasoline soared Monday as the shutdown of the Colonial Pipeline sent Americans to the pumps. Gas demand on the east coast of the U.S. rose 32.5 percent compared with the prior Monday, GasBuddy petroleum analyst Patrick De Haan
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds (R) said Tuesday the state will stop participating in multiple pandemic-related federal unemployment benefit programs because of a workforce shortage.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) is providing relief to those in the state filling up their gas tanks after a cyberattack crippled one of the largest gas pipelines in the U.S.
Job openings in the U.S. jumped to 8.1 million in March, a record high, the Labor Department said Tuesday.
A recent report from GLAAD has stated that Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, TikTok, and Twitter are all “effectively unsafe for LGBTQ users.”
While the FBI and CIA are distracted with intersectionality and pronouns, an oil pipeline was hit with a devastating cyber-attack.
The recent lawsuit between Epic Games and Apple has revealed a number of details about a 2015 App Store hack in which malware was loaded into thousands of iPhone apps. The malware impacted about 128 million iPhone users.
Spotify podcast superstar Joe Rogan said large, Democrat-run cities like Los Angeles and New York City may “be irreversibly f*cked” due to public health measures, lockdowns, travel and work restrictions in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The growth of small businesses in the U.S. was held back in April because small businesses could not find enough workers, the National Federation of Independent Businesss said Tuesday.
According to a recent NBC News poll, the majority of Americans say that they use social media at least once a day and also believe that platforms like Facebook and Twitter are dividing the nation rather than bringing it together. 77 percent of conservatives believe social media platforms are dividing the country.
President Joe Biden’s chaotic migration policy is disastrously unpopular — but the critical swing voters are not yet blaming him for his disaster, according to an April 27-29 poll of 1,872 registered voters by Harvard-Harris.