Asset Managers Drop Out of Climate Pact

JPMorgan Chase's asset management arm and State Street Global Advisors withdrew from a climate pact.


Disney+ Loses One Million Subscribers After Increasing Prices 25%

Disney+ lost 1.3 million subscribers across the world during the last quarter of 2023.

GOP Rep. Says China Creating ‘Empire’

Representative Frank Lucas (R-OK) said during a talk at the Hudson Institute that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is building an "empire reminiscent of the colonial period.”

House Passes $78 Billion Tax Relief Bill

The House of Representatives passed bipartisan legislation expanding the child tax credit.

Biden Temporarily Pauses Exports on Natural Gas

The Biden administration announced that it is temporarily pausing decisions for pending and future applications for the exportation of liquified natural gas (LNG).

2012 Taco Bell Receipt Goes Viral, Starts Fast-Food Inflation Conversation

A 2012 receipt from Taco Bell has gone viral on the internet, sparking a national conversation on fast food inflation.

Ford Cuts Production of Electric Vehicles

Ford Motors is cutting production of its F-150 Lightning electric trucks while increasing production at its gas-powered vehicle plants.

Federal Reserve Reveals Operating Loss of $114.3 Billion

The Federal Reserve announced its preliminary results of 2023 financial statements, finding that the central bank ran an operating loss of $114.3 billion.

University of Michigan’s Diversity Spending Increased 66% in One Year

The University of Michigan’s (UM) spending on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) increased 66% in one school year.

National Debt at $34 Trillion

Data from the Treasury Department revealed that the government's gross national debt has hit $34 trillion.

Beer Sales at Lowest Level in 24 Years After Bud Light-Dylan Mulvaney Partnership

Beer sales plummeted throughout 2023 after Bud Light partnered with transgender, biological male Dylan Mulvaney.