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Electric Vehicle Buyers are ‘Just Not Coming’: Car Dealers

Despite a push for electric vehicles (EVs) buyers are "just not coming," according to a Washington car dealer.

Federal Reserve Officials Expect Economic Growth

Federal Reserve officials voted to leave its benchmark interest rate unchanged at a range of 5.25%-5.50%.

Arkansas Forces Chinese-Owned Agriculture-Chemical Company to Sell Land, Slaps $280K Fine for Non-Disclosure

Arkansas has mandated a Chinese-owned company, a subsidiary of Syngenta Seeds, to sell its 160-acre property located in Craighead County, in line with the state's Act 636.

U.S. Inflation Rises in September Under Biden Admin

The "index for shelter was the largest contributor to the monthly all items increase, accounting for over half of the increase."

Electric Automaker Reports Over $600 Million in Third Quarter Losses

VinFast to receive largest taxpayer subsidy in North Carolina.

Oil Prices Surge Following Intense Israeli-Hamas Conflict

Brent crude soared to $87.92 a barrel, marking an increase of almost 4%, whereas U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude experienced a rise of 4.16%, reaching $86.23 a barrel.

Airlines Discover Uncertified, Counterfeit Jet Engine Parts

Four major U.S. airlines found they have used unapproved jet engine parts with counterfeit safety certificates.

Sen. Vance Proposes Legislation to Abolish Biden’s China-First EV Credits, Advocate for American Auto Manufacturing

“Right now, the official policy of the Biden administration is to spend billions of dollars on subsidies for electric vehicles made overseas,” Sen. Vance revealed.

Ford Halts Chinese-Backed EV Battery Plant Construction

The move comes amid Congressional concerns that the car company was aligning with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

Major Banks Pressure Software Company to Refuse Service to Gun Sellers

Bank of America denied having anti-firearm company policies.

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