Inflation unexpectedly accelerated in August, as shortages of a wide range of consumer goods and services drove up prices.

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The Real ‘High Class Problem’ Is How Out Of Touch The ‘High Class’ Is From Everyone Else

When White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain shared a tweet this week proclaiming that most of our economic woes such as supply chain disruption

Consumer Prices Surged Much Higher Than Expected in June

Consumer prices surged by much more than expected in June.

WATCH: Rocket Hits Bus in Israel

Video has emerged appearing to show a rocket fired by Palestinian terrorists, hitting a civilian bus in the Israeli city of Holon during a ba

No more excuses. It’s time to return to school in person, full time

Educators in many parts of the country are now eligible for the coronavirus vaccine, which should mean one thing: No more excuses. It’s time

Swamp Fights Back......

Mueller Hires Clinton Foundation Lawyer for Russia Probe

When Speech Inspires Violence, Protect Liberty While Restoring Virtue

Freedom carries responsibility, and that includes respecting fundamental humanity and individual dignity of even your greatest foes.

Confidence in a growing U.S. economy

Fed raises rates, unveils balance sheet cuts in sign of confidence.

2 Million Americans effected

So far in 2017, nearly two million people have fallen off the Obamacare exchange.

A Bill proposed to prevent child deaths

The new bill introduced by Rep. Tim Ryan, D-Ohio, is meant to prevent child deaths in hot cars.

Draining the Dodd Frank Swamp

The House just passed the Financial CHOICE Act, which enacts major reforms to the Dodd-Frank Act, signed into law by President Obama in 2010.

Violating the First Amendment

High School Punishes Student for Satirical Campaign Speech

Federal Reserve: 3 things to watch for

There isn’t much suspense about what the Fed will announce when its latest policy meeting ends.

Drivers Head Into Summer With a Gift at the Gas Pump

Looking for an excuse to pack up the car for a road trip this weekend?

This is why American tourists don’t want to travel to Cuba

Interest is waning a year after the country was opened up to U.S. visitors.

Flag Day: What is it and why do we celebrate it?

Look out for the red, white, and blue this week as the United States celebrates Flag Day. Here's what you should know.

Inside the Rise of Latin America’s ‘Gangster Warlords’

These are groups whose power is based on violence led by psychopathic individuals who prey on weak govt.

The New Jersey Germ That Probably Saved Your Life

Laugh all you want about the Garden State’s odd new honoree—you’d probably be dead without it.

Dennis Rodman heading to North Korea

The NBA Hall of Famer previously visited North Korea in 2013 and 2014.

Congress should support the bipartisan 'U.S. Call Center Worker and Consumer Protection Act'

There’s a bipartisan consensus that Congress needs to do more.

Malware discovered that could threaten electrical grid

A new malware variant capable of knocking out networks that run power grids around the globe has been discovered.