Oklahoma

State Corporate Tax Receipts Just Crashed The Most Since The Recession

After flatlining for the past year, US income tax receipts  have been disappointing, and have posted a sharp drop since the start of the year, which is "sounding an alarm about the health of the US economy." More concering, corporate income tax receipts at the state level fell a sharp $7bn in 1Q, the biggest drop since the recession 

Which Colleges Give You The Best Value For Your Money

Surging costs have sunk the return on invested capital of a liberal arts degree into the single digits, so students who plan on leaving their safe spaces (basements) and venturing out into the working world after graduation might want to prioritize maximizing value.

Joe Lieberman Emerges As "Frontrunner" For FBI Director Post

With Joe Lieberman emerging as a potential candidate for the FBI Director post only over the past 48 hours, Trump delivered another surprise today when he told reporters that he is "very close" to making his choice, with multiple officials telling NBC News and CNN that former Sen. Joe Lieberman is the current "frontrunner" for the job.

Here's Why You'll Pay Higher Gas Prices Whatever The Market

The average gasoline tax in the U.S. is 49.5 cents per gallon, according to data from the American Petroleum Institute. That’s not too bad as far as averages go, but it has been climbing over the last five years and it will continue rising as states lose hope that the federal government will chip in for infrastructure construction and maintenance, and transportation.

Wheat Soars Most On Record After Freak Snowstorm Blankets Midwest

Just two days after we asked if wheat is the "last remaining cheap asset", its price soared by the most on record after an "nasty" winter storm dumped 12 inches of snow in four Midwest states, resulting in crop loss of at least 50 million bushels.

US Rig Count Rise Continues As Crude Production Hits 20-Month Highs

From the May 2016 lows, the number of US oil rig counts have only declined 3 times and this week was no exception. Up for its 15th week in a row (+9 to 697), its highest level since April 2015, the rig count continues to pull US crude production higher, stymying OPEC efforts at balance, leaving the bullish case for oil fading fast.

Cherokee Nation Files Lawsuit Against Big Pharma Over Opioid Epidemic

Late last week, lawyers representing the Cherokee Nation filed a lawsuit against major pharmaceutical companies, claiming they have pumped dangerous painkillers into Native American communities in Oklahoma. The Washington Post obtained a copy of the court filing and reported that the companies are accused of breaking laws by failing to prevent the diversion of pain pills to the black market.”

10 Selfless Acts Amid Terrible Tragedies That Will Restore Your Faith In Humanity

"...yes, we’re an incredibly violent and cruel species that is capable of mind-boggling horrors when we’re trying to survive. Hell, some of the things we do when we aren’t desperate are still nightmare inducing. But what most people forget is that in our darkest moments, we’re capable of immeasurable acts of compassion and altruism."