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Billionaire CEO Claims ‘Nobody Wants to do Business in NYC’

Billionaire CEO John Catsimatidis said Friday that no one wants to do business in New York City anymore following the Donald Trump conviction.

Trump’s Campaign Promises to Oil Executives Could Impact EV Industry

Former President Donald Trump's reelection campaign reportedly involved promises to roll back environmental regulations in exchange for substantial campaign funds from oil executives, potentially...

Meet ‘Atlas’: Boston Dynamics Introduces Agile Humanoid Robot for Complex Tasks

Boston Dynamics recently introduced its latest humanoid robot, named 'Atlas', in a post on X (formerly Twitter). The engineering and robotics design company shared...

Denver to Cut Funds From City Agencies to Control Migrant Influx

Denver Mayor Mike Johnston is planning to cut $45 million from city agencies including the police to help fund a program to deal with a recent increase in migrants.

Congresswoman Suggests Black Americans Be Exempt from Taxes

A Texas Democratic congresswoman suggested that black Americans should be exempt from paying taxes as a means of reparations.

California’s $24 Billion Homelessness Efforts Lacked Tracking, Audit Reveals

California spent $24 billion over the past five years to combat homelessness without consistently tracking whether the massive expenditure improved the situation, a state...

Mississippi Sends BlackRock Cease-And-Desist Order

Mississippi Secretary of State Michael Watson sent a cease-and-desist letter to BlackRock earlier this week over the asset manager's environmental, social, and governance (ESG) policies.

Activists Call for ‘White Churches’ to ‘Commit to Reparations’

Boston activists have called for "white churches" to pay $15 billion in reparations for black residents.

Texas School Fund Divests From BlackRock

The Texas Permanent School Fund (PSF) announced that it is ending an $8.5 billion investment with BlackRock due to the firm's commitment to environmental, social, and governance (ESG) policies.

House Committees Investigate Possible Chinese Spying at U.S. Ports

Several House committees have opened investigations due to increased spying concerns after discovering that Chinese-built cargo cranes deployed at U.S. ports contained unknown equipment.

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