Hawks recently declared it would be a "red line" for Republicans...
...the factory’s situation “has been further exacerbated by the unprecedented global microchip shortage.”
...the city of Baltimore sought monetary damages from them due to costs caused by global climate change...
"India remains hugely concerning..."
Also known as the Democrat 2022 Re-election Campaign
No 'Davos' this year!
Politicians in trouble frequently wheel out the freebies ahead of a tough election. California's Gov. Gavin Newsom, however, is taking it to 11...
The scale of the rise is nearly on the same national scale as it was in the lead-up to the US housing bust that precipitated the GFC. A new paradigm or a huge worry on the horizon?
But there's still a "minefield" of some 700 Trump-era sanctions on entities & individuals...
...we just paid off terrorists. We long maintained a policy not to yield to terrorism because it fuels more attacks...
A new left-leaning constitution could include even tighter lithium mining operations in the country. "Even, possibly, to the point that those old, grandfathered, licenses are revoked..."
Bounced from Apple over complaints about his book Chaos Monkeys, the author questions the wisdom of conflating your entire "political, moral, and religious being with your professional persona."
"We are going to be ultra-cautious on what we do in those regards."
"Info Tech was net sold for a 4th straight week and saw the largest $ net selling in more than 5 years, driven entirely by short sales."
"The two CMEs left the sun ..."
...the “Biden Department of Justice is trying to block that audit,” which, she said, “is unconstitutional from my perspective.”
Israel fires back into southern Lebanon as fears linger of two-front escalation...
MGM stock spiked as high as $41 after hours before retracing gains although with 4.3% of the float short, should the news gain traction, it is likely that a squeeze could push it well higher.
"It’s truly been an unprecedented run here in LA,"
The Supreme Court unanimously rejected Biden administration arguments in a case from Rhode Island that police should be allowed to enter homes without a warrant to seize handguns.