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Biden administration announces plan to ban medical debt leading to fewer people paying the bills

The Biden administration on Tuesday proposed a rule to ban medical debt from credit reports. The rule was...


Melinda French Gates to Donate $1 Billion to Abortion, Women's Organizations

Melinda French Gates announced this week that she is leaving the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which she...

Massachusetts latest blue state losing billions as wealthy residents leave due to high taxes

The liberal blue state of Massachusetts faces a significant economic challenge as it risks losing nearly $1...

Pixar Cuts 175 More Jobs Amid Disney's Financial Struggles

Amid a dismal financial year for the Walt Disney Company, Pixar Animation Studios is cutting 14 percent of...

Biden administration draining emergency Petroleum Reserve to help win voters at the gas pump

President Joe Biden significantly drained the Strategic Petroleum Reserve in 2022 following Russia’s...

Home Affordability Becomes a Focus in 2024 Election as Americans Struggle With High Prices

As the 2024 presidential election draws near, hot issues are heating up even more with the economy being a...

GAO estimates FRAUD costs taxpayers up to $521 billion annually; FRAUD would be govt’s ‘sixth largest agency’

American taxpayers are the victims of so much fraudulent activity that “if fraud was an agency, it would be...

San Fran lawmaker introduces ‘right-to-disconnect’ law for employees to ignore bosses after work hours

n what would be the first bill of its kind, a San Francisco lawmaker proposes legislating the ability for...

Biden Administration Continues Student Loan Debt Forgiveness, Passing Another $7.4 Billion in Relief

The Biden administration's ongoing efforts to address the burden of student loan debt in the United States...

Biden’s ‘Acting’ Labor Secretary Laughs at Millions of Americans Who Think They Were Better Off Under Trump (VIDEO)

Julie Su is Joe Biden’s ‘acting’ labor secretary because even though the U.S. Senate is almost half...

Many Left Unsettled Amid Close Call With Ship Near Verrazano Bridge

New York City saw a close call with a large container ship that lost power near the Verrazano Bridge on...

Migrants Begin Receiving Debit Cards in New York City

Migrants in New York City have begun participating in the pilot program in which they receive debit cards...

Boeing Executives Step Down in Wake of Safety Issues

After several terrifying mishaps on Boeing flights that have made headlines over the past few months, Boeing...

Speaker Johnson Faces Opposition After House Passes $1.2 Trillion Spending Bill

The House approved a $1.2 trillion spending bill on Friday just before federal funding for key agencies was...