Retailers have lost more than $800 million from May 2020 to Feb 2021 in toilet paper sales alone.
President Joe Biden’s $2.25 trillion infrastructure bill, set to be unveiled Wednesday, will have allocations for much more than, well, for infrastructure projects, according to details of the plan cited in The Washington Post on Tuesday.
More than 650,000 city jobs have vanished, key businesses are on the brink of collapse, it will be years before the economy recovers — and Democratic legislators think it’s a great time for $7 billion in new taxes.
States like Texas and Florida are seeing an influx of Democrats looking for more affordable, tax-friendly costs of living, turning these once Republican-strongholds into purple toss-up states.
Happy New Year 2021? MAYBE!
L.A. leaders weigh a new idea to halt rent hikes: Force landlords to sell their buildings
Brexit prompts rowdy London parties, quiet Scottish vigils and protesters demanding public housing residents ‘speak English’
Governor Newsom Reaffirms the State May Take Control of PG&E this Summer
Bill Barr Indicts 8 For Illegally Funneling Foreign Money To Adam Schiff And Multiple Dem Senators
Planned Parenthood launches $45 million investment in 2020 elections
State Buys FEMA Trailers as Part of Billion-Dollar Plan to House Homeless
Wages Soar Fastest among Those with the Least
Avenatti arrested by IRS agents during California Bar Association hearing
Ben Carson on California homelessness: Local governments must take responsibility
Happy New year, may you have a safe and blessed new year – do you know what you are celebrating?
Corporations Brought Back $1 Trillion From Overseas Due to Trump Tax Plan
Donald Trump Approval Rating Surpasses Barack Obama at Same Point in Presidency
Judge allows Georgia to remove inactive voters from registration list
“They’re never going to stop. It’s not just because they don’t like the president. They don’t like us.”
ow scores 100th record close under Trump
30 years after the Berlin Wall’s collapse, Americans don’t understand communism’s dangers
San Francisco And NYC Begin To See The Ugly Side Of ‘Fair Workweek’ Laws
October job growth soars past Wall Street’s expectations, brushing off GM strike
Kentucky shirtmaker wins discrimination case over LGBT festival