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Taliban force may be double Biden administration estimates: report

During a July 8 press conference, President Joe Biden estimated Taliban forces at approximately 75,000, and contrasted them to the 300,000 troops in the US-trained Afghan army. It now appears that those numbers were wildly off, by as much as double the estimate.

20 Million Mail-in Ballots Raise Fraud Fears

Voter fraud concerns mounting in tight California recall election In social media posts and news outlets, proliferating reports detail alleged mail ballot theft, undelivered ballots,...

National debt climbs to $29 trillion, Democratic-led House authorizes $3.5 trillion of spending

Pelosi was ultimately able to secure yes votes from nine moderate House Democrats for the resolution which expands the social safety net in the...

As COVID Surges Among Fully Vaccinated, CDC Fails to Properly Track Breakthrough Cases

As more celebrities and elected officials announce they are “really really sick” despite being fully vaccinated, questions swirl around whether the vaccines work and why the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention isn’t doing more to track breakthrough cases.

Democratic-led House authorizes $3.5 trillion of spending as national debt climbs to $29 trillion

Pelosi was ultimately able to secure yes votes from nine moderate House Democrats for the resolution which expands the social safety net in the U.S. with new federal programs.

Where the World’s Most Powerful Meet the World’s Money: World Economic Forum & BlackRock

Covid-19, climate change, and China—the shared focus of the World Economic Forum's "Great Reset" and BlackRock's "economic restart."

Arizona lawmakers to receive election audit results, final report won’t be public for days, report

The results of the audit of the 2020 presidential election results in Arizona's Maricopa County ​​are expected to be released Monday.

S&P, Nasdaq rally to records as investors eye Fed’s Jackson Hole event

WTI crude oil snaps 7-day losing streak rising to the $65 per barrel level

COVID-19 Relief Measures Make US Tax System ‘More Progressive’

The U.S. income tax system is “very progressive,” and it’s increasingly taking on the role of providing social benefits to households, according to the Tax Foundation.

BlackRock Wants Investors to Increase China Exposure, Should You Follow?

BlackRock, the world’s largest investment manager with more than $9 trillion in assets under management, recently made a very contrarian call.

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