Goldman Sachs-Backed Rental Funds Buy Entire Florida Community

The firm paid over $45 million for the entire 87-home neighborhood

Musk Twitter Deal On Hold

Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk said Friday he is putting on hold his purchase of Twitter.

Pelosi Quotes Bible to Justify Sending Military Aid to Ukraine

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi was blasted by critics overnight following her speech late Tuesday on the House floor in which she quoted the Gospel of Matthew in order to shore up support for the $40 billion Ukraine aid bill that was later approved by the chamber.

Biden Wanted $33B More for Ukraine. Congress Quickly Raised It to $40B. Who Benefits?

From the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24, the Biden White House has repeatedly announced large and seemingly random amounts of money that it intends to send to fuel the war in Ukraine.

Amid Baby Formula Shortages, Republicans Introduce Legislation Strengthening Domestic Infant Formula Supply

Republicans in Congress are introducing legislation to strengthen domestic infant formula supply amid a baby formula shortage crisis in the United States, The Daily Wire has learned.

Elon Musk Promises to Reverse Trump’s Twitter Ban

The incoming Twitter executive says he thinks the ban was unfair.

U.S. Senator Investigating CDC for Tracking Americans’ Phones

Citing the "very serious constitutional questions" involved, U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., has launched an investigation into the CDC's actions in tracking the cell phones of millions of Americans.

Musk Warns Twitter Staff Faces ‘Extreme’ Workload, Terminations

Tycoon plans to fire around 1,000 staff when he takes over in six months.

Save Our Truckers, Not Affluent Students Seeking a Free Ride

Take a look around you, whether you are at home, in the office, at a mall, or waiting for a sandwich at your local supermarket. Chances are, everything you see was delivered by truck. Every single thing.   

Trade Deficit Soars Over $100 Billion for the First Time Ever

The U.S. trade deficit rose an astonishing 22 percent in March to $109.8 billion as prices of oil and imported products rose due to soaring inflation, according to data released Friday by the Census Bureau and the Bureau of Economic Analysis.

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