A group of German lawmakers have accused Angela Merkel of working to place Germany under Russian influence as she pushes on with a gas pipeline that would see central Europe directly connected to Russia for energy — just months after U.S. President Donald Trump warned against the potential consequences of the project.
Tech giant Google has reformed its rules relating to sexual misconduct following worldwide company walkouts in protest of multiple allegations of sexual assault by Google executives.
White House trade adviser Peter Navarro took Wall Street globalists and China to task on Friday, blasting them for trying to work against President Trump’s efforts to end unfair Chinese trade practices for the good of the American worker.
A Chinese pork company ran out of money to pay its bondholders after consumers turned against its products. So instead it is paying its debt with ham.
There’s a mysterious category in PPI called “trade services” that might have created an illusion of inflation in October.
Prices on home appliances, electronics, cars, trucks, soaps, and even toilet paper fell in October.
The European Commission has demanded a new budget from the Italian populist government that complies with EU rules with the deadline approaching on Tuesday.
President Donald Trump has issued his formal proclamation barring economic migrants who try to sneak across the U.S. border from being allowed to apply for full asylum.
A former Tesla employee has been charged by a federal grand jury for allegedly embezzling $9.3 million from the electric car manufacturer.
Expectations for income growth are at their highest level in a decade.
Businesses and progressives, Democrats and Republicans, will try to sneak a bipartisan amnesty bill through Congress’ lame-duck session in December as voters are distracted by Christmas, say pro-American immigration reformers.
President Donald Trump will use a fast-track regulation to deny full asylum to illegal border-crossers, so shrinking the catch-and-release rules which allow migrants to pay their smuggling costs.
A new report claims that Tesla staff are prohibited from calling 911 if a worker is injured on the factory floor unless given express permission by the company. Other allegations involve injuried workers — including one with a severed finger — allegedly sent to the hospital via ridesharing service Lyft.
China’s leaders thought U.S. farmers would be a weak spot in the trade wars. They were wrong.
Free-speech social media platform Gab is back online following recent attempts to blacklist the site by a number of hosting and domain providers.
Following the appointment of Robyn Denholm as the chairman of Tesla’s board, replaced CEO Elon Musk. The move was a requirement of Musk’s settlement with the SEC over his infamous “funding secured” tweet, but she will not take over the chairman spot for six months.
International oil experts have warned that Venezuela’s production is in “free fall” and could soon fall as low as under one million barrels per day as a result of the socialist country’s severe economic crisis.
The legal marijuana industry is celebrating the resignation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Wednesday afternoon.
The California State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) voted Wednesday to delay the adoption of the controversial new Bay-Delta plan after most of the stakeholders asked for more time to negotiate agreements on water use.
Investors appear relieved to have the midterms in the rear-view mirror.
Predictions that farmers targeted by China with tariffs would turn against Donald Trump in the midterms have turned out to be nonsense.
President Donald Trump suggested he may allow a partial budget shutdown in Congress’ lame-duck session if he does not get funding for a border wall.
Kansas’ Third District has decisively rejected Rep. Kevin Yoder, handing the seat to Sharice Davis, a far-left candidate.
Cereal giant Kellogg’s moved to change the “gender biased” art on the back of its Nutri-Grain cereal after a little girl from Australia complained that only boys appeared on the box.
According to independent cybersecurity analysts and some officials from Pakistan’s Federal Investigation Agency (FIA), a large-scale hacking operation attacked the nation’s banks beginning on October 27, reports revealed Tuesday.
Fellow Hungarian-born billionaire Tom Peterffy told CNBC’s Andrew Ross Sorkin Tuesday that he is mystified by George Soros’a progressive views.
#Resist is a bad investment strategy.
Internet hackers have begun infiltrating verified Twitter accounts and using them to pose as Tesla CEO Elon Musk to spread cryptocurrency scams across the platform.
California Democrats with lots of seniority are expected to dominate the leadership of the U.S. House of Representatives if their party flips 23 Republican House seats on Tuesday.
Alfredo Ortiz of Job Creators Network writes at RealClear Policy that the Trump Labor Department has expanded association retirement plans to employees of small businesses in an effort to avert the retirement savings crisis.
Many Central American parents who were detained separately from their children during the April-to-June zero-tolerance program are leaving at least 500 children and youths in the United States, according to federal data.
While campaigning for Democratic congressional candidate Leslie Cockburn, Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA) expressed concerns about “modern American capitalism” and said it was his view that it wasn’t “working for enough people.” Warner said, “Probably many of you decided to come here