Hannity slams President Biden saying 'almost every day' he is proving 'he's unfit to be president'

"Hannity" host Sean Hannity goes after Biden for failing to address multiple crises, saying it's no wonder 'Democrats in Washington want to stay far away from Biden.'

Once in a Lifetime

I want to try to explain part of why the world seems so crazy these days. Evelyn Marie Adams won $3.9 million in the New Jersey lottery in 1986. Four months later she won again, collecting another...

An Old Way to Fight Inflation Gets New Fans

The cost of living has surged more than 8% over the past year in the U.S. History shows that past attempts to rein in rampant inflation with such measures have sometimes worked. In the war against...

Illegal Immigration Is Down, Changing the Face of California Farms

Sabor Farms' radish patch represents a revolution in how America pulls food from the land. The young men on their knees are working alongside technology unseen even 10 years ago. To hear more...

We're buying more shares of this chipmaker and updating our price target

The portfolio will own 325 shares of NVDA, increasing its weighting to about 1.91% from 1.62%. We're buying 50 shares of Nvidia at roughly $163.51 each. Guidance missed expectations due to a $500...

Tax us now': Millionaires call on the global elite to tax them more

"Tax us, the rich, and tax us now," an open letter by the "Patriotic Millionaires" said. The letter, published Monday, included actor Mark Ruffalo and heiress Abigail Disney among its signatories....

Russia's war in Ukraine drains attention from crisis in Afghanistan, Yemen, Horn of Africa

There is mounting evidence that the war in Ukraine will worsen crises around the world, siphoning off development aid while causing the price of some goods to spiral.

G7 Nations Pledge $20 Billion to Ukraine

G7 nations agree to provide nearly $20 billion to support Ukraine's economy. Ukraine needs approximately $5 billion per month to maintain basic government services. The United States is...

Twitter will now label and suppress misinformation surrounding armed conflict and other crises

UN hopes to restore Ukraine grain exports amid global food crisis

UN chief Guterres says he is in talks with multiple partners to take action before crises in poor countries worsen.

JPMorgan investors hand Jamie Dimon a rare rebuke with disapproval of $52.6 million bonus

Just 31% of investors participated in the New York-based bank's annual shareholder meeting. The bonus, in the form of 1.5 million options that Dimon can exercise in 2026, was designed to keep the...

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell confirmed by Senate for a second term

The Senate voted 80-19 to give Jerome Powell a second four-year run at the central bank's helm. The 69-year-old former investment banker faced two major crises in his first term, the Covid...

Ukraine war is a 'perfect storm,' threatening food, energy, and debt crises across the globe: UN report

Russia's invasion of Ukraine appears to have set off a "perfect storm," sparking multiple crises across the globe in the areas of food, energy, and debt, with devastating impacts for developing...

Is a recession on the way? These unconventional economic indicators may provide some clues

Fears of a recession have been on the rise recently. Investors have become increasingly concerned that record-high inflation amid the Russia-Ukraine war could slow economic growth. This deepening...

What The West Is Getting Wrong About OPEC

Saudi Arabia and the UAE have been repeatedly called upon by Western leaders to increase oil production in order to counter soaring prices. So far, all requests have been bluntly refused by...

Why is the great resignation happening?

American workers have been resigning at record rates. In 2021, an estimated 47 million of them left their jobs. Low pay, lack of respect in the workplace, issues with child care, and work...

Looming oil crisis has energy watchdog begging people to drive less

The International Energy Agency released a 10-point plan today. The world may well be facing its biggest oil supply shock in decades, the IEA said. The plan comes as the world nears peak oil...

Investor behavior in Europe is mirroring the market's worst crises, new research shows

Europe's fund industry saw net outflows in February. Over the first two months of the year, mutual funds have seen 91.9 billion euros of outflows while ETFs have taken inflows of 34.7 billion...

Mike Novogratz: Bitcoin Price To Range Between $30k-$50k Throughout The Year

Michael Novogratz, CEO and founder of Galaxy Digital, estimated that Bitcoin (BTC) will reach $500,000 in the next five years. He also predicted that Bitcoin will trade between $30,000 and $50,000...

Here’s why gas prices are soaring, according to oil industry expert

People now feel lucky to find gas for under $4-a-gallon in St. Louis. A long-time chemical engineer in the oil industry says it's time people know what's behind soaring gas prices. "People are...

Goldman cuts U.S. GDP forecast as it says recession odds are as high as 35%

U.S. stock market put in a resilient performance on Thursday, given the data showing inflation surging to a new 40-year high. Goldman Sachs have now cut their forecast for growth for the world’s...

Rising Gas Prices Have Drivers Asking, ‘Is This for Real?’

Caroline McNaney, 29, moved to Trenton, N.J., to work from home. She says she was disappointed by the cost of gas, which has gone up. "I feel like I didn't do anything for myself," she says. "It's...

Toyota shuts down its Japanese factories after reported cyberattack

Toyota loses 13,000 cars as a result of the cyberattack. Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida says it is too early to know who is behind the attack. Japan is backing the US and other Western...

Russia's invasion of Ukraine could keep stocks sliding for weeks before the market finally hits bottom

U.S. stocks staged an impressive reversal on Feb. 24. The narrative being used to support the “bottom is in” belief in the Russia-Ukraine conflict is that stocks spring back quickly from...

Crooks, kleptocrats and crises: a timeline of Credit Suisse scandals

A string of controversies have beset Switzerland’s second-largest lender, including Japanese ‘shredding party’ and US sub-prime fraud

Crises keep travel-hungry Biden close to White House

President Biden wants to leave Washington more and promote his policies directly to the American people, but outside circumstances — such as the resurgence of the pandemic or the threat of war...

Fed nominee Cook says she has been target of anonymous, untrue attacks

Lisa Cook is one of President Joe Biden's nominees to serve on the Federal Reserve board. Cook worked as a senior economist for the White House's Council of Economic Advisers from 2011 to 2012. "I...

U.S. National Debt Exceeds $30 Trillion for First Time

The U.S. national debt exceeded $30 trillion for the first time. Increase from pre-pandemic levels fueled by trillions of dollars spent on aid programs. Total public debt outstanding was $30.01...

Bitcoin pyramid schemes wreak havoc on Brazil's 'New Egypt'

Brazilian police bust two men and a woman loading a chopper with $1.3 million in bills. The detainees told police they worked for G.A.S.S., police say. The men were arrested at a boutique seaside...

Apple and Samsung are surviving the global chip shortage in ways only they can

Those on a tight budget for a new phone these days are facing the crises surrounding the global pandemic head-on. From lengthening lead times to a never-ending chip shortage, manufacturers are...

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