Economy

Denver is Now Offering Other Cities Advice on How to Become a Sanctuary for Illegal Immigrants

The city of Denver, Colorado has created a guide for other cities, to teach them how to become a sanctuary for illegal border crossers.

Greg Abbott pardons Army Sergeant who fatally shot BLM protester

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott pardoned a former Army sergeant on Thursday, who fatally shot a protester during the Black Lives Matter movement in th

MSNBC Panel Can’t ‘Make Sense’ Of New Poll Showing Americans Think Biden Is Bigger Threat To Democracy

An MSNBC panel grew bewildered at a poll indicating Americans find President Joe Biden to be a bigger threat to democracy than former Preside

Joe Biden’s Latest Billions for Ukraine Could Build Entire U.S. Border Wall

A spending package that will send billions more taxpayer dollars to Ukraine could have built an entire wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.

Google employees arrested after staging sit-in to protest contract with Israel

“These employees were put on administrative leave, and their access to our systems was cut.”

Texas farmers ask judge to block USDA from doling out disaster aid based on race or gender

“When natural disasters strike, they don’t discriminate based on race and sex. Neither should the Department of Agriculture,” request fr fede

Gretchen Whitmer faces backlash after offering landlords $500 to rent to illegal immigrant 'newcomers'

Democrat Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is receiving backlash after offering landlords a "newcomer rental subsidy" to house illegal immigrant

TikToker encourages illegal aliens to find vacant homes and become squatters: 'We can seize it!'

A TikTok video from a Venezuelan immigrant went mega-viral after he encouraged illegal aliens to find vacant homes and become squatters.

Biden’s treasury sec Janet Yellen says she ‘regrets’ saying inflation was ‘transitory’

“It has come down, but I think transitory means a few weeks or months to most people.”

Companies Increasingly Turning To Cheap Foreign Labor As Rising Costs Take Their Toll

Business owners are increasingly utilizing foreign labor to meet their working needs as sky-high inflation pushes up the costs of business.

Thousands of AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile Customers Hit By Cellular Outage Across America, Sparking Fears of a Possible Cyber Attack

Tens of thousands of cell phone users have experienced outages this morning for their home phone, internet, and mobile phone services.

'Every American should be scared to death' as Chinese nationalists at border hits high: Congressman

'We've had mass waves of Chinese terrorists storming military installations with cameras. So look, it's a desperate threat,' says the chairma

Migrant meal madness: Taxpayers foot $64 daily tab for illegal aliens

The growing price tag of the migrant crisis strikes again. The vendors are charging the state, and the state is passing on the expenses to th

Gas prices to rise back to $4.35 a gallon, Goldman Sachs forecasts

Gasoline prices are set to rise back to roughly $4.35 per gallon by the end of the year, Goldman Sachs analysts said in a report.

Meet The 40 New Covid Billionaires

The richest of these new billionaires is Li Jianquan, the president of Chinese medical products manufacturer Winner Medical, which ramped up 

Consumer Prices Surged Much Higher Than Expected in June

Consumer prices surged by much more than expected in June.