CNBC host Joe Kernen indicated that he was not impressed with Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg’s sales job on the Biden administration’s $2.3 trillion infrastructure proposal on Thursday’s broadcast of “Squawk Box.”
The Rich States, Poor States report reveals states with low taxes, fewer regulations and worker freedom are the most prosperous.
The cyberattack on the Colonial Pipeline has highlighted the vital role oil pipelines play in meeting the energy needs of Americans. If left-wing Hollywood celebrities get their way, more of them would be shut down for good, potentially throwing the country into an energy crisis.
Arizona just became the 13th state to get out from under the enhanced unemployment benefits businesses say are hurting the economic rebound.
The billion-dollar fast food chain McDonald’s announced that it will boost its United States wages to $17 an hour to recruit workers for positions at its company-owned locations across the country.
Operators of the Line 5 pipeline refused to shut down despite the order from Democrat Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to do so on Wednesday.
The gas shortage got worse on Thursday as more than half of gas stations in Viirginia and 68 percnt in North Carolina went dry
The president delivered remarks on the gas shortage at the White House, warning it would take “several days” to get gas supplies back to normal.
CLAIM: Homeland Security chief Alejandro Mayorkas claimed May 11 that “The border is closed.”
Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla and a major proponent of cryptocurrency, has announced that the company will no longer accept Bitcoin as a form of payment for its cars citing Bitcoin mining’s “great cost to the environment.”
A gas station in Richmond, Virginia, charged customers $6.99 a gallon Tuesday not long after the governor declared a state of emergency because of the Colonial Pipeline ransomware cyberattack that caused gasoline shortages.
A new report alleges that seven Apple suppliers may have used forced Uyghur labor in China. An Apple spokesperson claims, “We will continue doing all we can to protect workers and ensure they are treated with dignity and respect.”
Joe’s Biden’s border security chief, Alejandro Mayorkas, is testifying at a Senate hearing about his loose border policies, which are allowing many migrants — and drug shipments — into the United States via multiple loopholes in border law.
Colonial Pipeline Co. paid hackers nearly $5 million to free their computer network Friday, despite claims they had no intention of doing so.
GasBuddy, an app that helps users to find the best availability and prices on fuel, has topped Apple’s App Store this week amidst the gas shortage caused by the recent ransomware cyberattack on the Colonial Pipeline. The app has proved so popular that its servers have experienced outages this week.
Prices received by businesses for goods and services jumped 6.2 percent compared with a year ago.
Economists had expected claims to fall to 475,000.
Wednesday during an appearance on Fox Business Network’s “Kudlow,” House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) indicated that President Joe Biden’s first 100 days left much to be desired given all the economic calamity and international turmoil.
A county government in southwestern China banned residents from holding birthday parties and other celebrations starting this month as part of a frugality campaign by China’s ruling Communist Party.
During a portion of an interview with MSNBC released on Wednesday, President Joe Biden blamed the fact that women aren’t able to rejoin the workforce on the fact that “all the daycare centers are closed, they’re out of business.” Biden
During a portion of an interview with MSNBC released on Wednesday, President Joe Biden stated that he wants to reach a bipartisan agreement on infrastructure on as much as he can to “kickstart” things, and then when it comes to
President Joe Biden’s border officials allowed the entry of 43 percent more migrants from “other” countries during April, even as the number of recorded arrivals rose modestly to 178,000, according to government data.
Joe Biden expressed sympathy for Americans suffering from spiking gas prices but did not offer any immediate solutions.
During an appearance in front of the House Foreign Affairs Committee on Thursday, Kerry said pipelines are better than the alternates. This is after President Joe Biden canceled the permits for the Keystone XL pipeline earlier this year.
Colonial Pipeline reportedly does not currently plan on paying a a ransom to hackers believed to be responsible for a cyber attack on the energy giant’s pipeline, which has caused gas shortages across parts of the United States.
Tech giants, which had soared during the past year of lockdowns, took some of the biggest losses.
Wednesday on Fox News Channel’s “America’s Newsroom,” Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) blamed “excessive government spending” for the surge in prices for gas and other goods in the United States.