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What Shrinking U.S. Life Expectancy May Be Telling Us About the Pandemic Response

Life expectancy in the US dropped for the second consecutive year in 2021, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Double-Digit U.S. Home Price Growth Streak Skids to an End

Annual price growth in the increasingly fragile U.S. housing market slid into the single digits in October for the first time in about two years when mortgage rates that month surged above 7% and further stifled demand, a pair of closely watched surveys showed on Tuesday.

Warnock Defeats Walker in Georgia Senate Race

Republican Herschel Walker on Tuesday lost to Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-GA), who will keep his seat in Washington.

Consumer Prices Rose 7.7% In October From a Year Ago, Core Inflation Eases

Consumer prices continued to climb in October as the pace of overall inflation held at the level hit a month earlier and underlying inflation excluding food and fuel slowed.

At least 153 dead, dozens injured in Halloween stampede in Seoul, South Korea

At least 153 people were killed and over 100 more hurt in a stampede during Halloween festivities in the Itaewon district of Seoul, South Korea .

9 Minutes of Democrat Calls to ‘Defund the Police’ (Watch)

Republican National Committee (RNC) releases montage of many times left-wing politicians demanded "no more policing," as America suffers rising violent crime rates.

U.S. Home Prices Drop at Fastest Pace Since 2009

Home prices in the U.S. are sinking at the fastest monthly pace since the Great Recession, evidence that rising mortgage rates are rapidly slowing activity in the housing market.

Recession Watch: ‘Very Concerning’ Sign Of Serious Economic Slowdown Emerges As Stock Market Collapses

Topline A growing rash of economists are warning the odds of a recession have increased amid a historic inversion of the yield curve—a telltale sign...

Inflation Continued to Climb in August, Defying Expectations

The Consumer Price Index (CPI), a key measure of inflation, increased by 8.3 percent in August compared to the same time last year and increased 0.1 percent from the previous month, the Bureau of Labor Statistics revealed on Tuesday.

Federal Leases for Oil Drilling Fall Dramatically Under Biden

The Biden administration has issued the lowest amount of federal leases to drill for oil and gas than any other administration since the end of World War Two, according to an article in The Wall Street Journal, on Sept. 4.

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