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Joe Biden Insists He Will Not Beg Saudi Arabia to Produce More Oil

President Joe Biden refused Thursday to ask Saudi Arabia to produce more oil to bring down the cost of gasoline in the United States and around the world.

Another Food Processing Plant Shutters Operations, Adding to Long List of Closures

A top food processing plant will be closing down one of its facilities in Campbell County, Tennessee, adding to the long list of closures over the last year.

Americans Will Pay 17% More for July 4 Cookout: Farm Bureau

U.S. consumers can expect to pay 17 percent more to eat on Independence Day in 2022, according to a new report from the American...

West May Have Underestimated Russia’s Ability to Weather Sanctions

The United States and Europe might have miscalculated just how resilient Moscow has been to sanctions in the short run. When the West applied aggressive...

45 Housing Markets Have ‘Probability of a Price Decline,’ Says Research Firm

While home prices in the United States have appreciated by more than a third over the past two years, prices are poised to fall in several housing markets over the next 12 months, according to data analyzed by research firm CoreLogic.

Cost of Living Crisis: PM Warns of ‘Difficult’ Winter as Energy Supplies Dwindle

Ireland’s Prime Minister has told the public that they are in for a “difficult” winter as energy supplies across Europe begin to dwindle.

Ten Policies That Could Unleash American Energy and Fuel Recovery

Fresh off the 1973 oil embargo, America needed to change its bleak energy picture.

Survey: American Media Is Least-Trusted Media in the World

Americans trust the media in much smaller percentages than populations of other nations.

Facebook’s Audit Director and Marketing Leads Are Former Pfizer Directors

Facebook – a platform that routinely censors posts critical of COVID-19 vaccines – has hired several alumni from Pfizer’s marketing and internal audit teams to lead similar efforts at the social media platform, The National Pulse can reveal.

US Stocks Sink to Lowest in a Year

US stocks plummeted on Thursday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average falling 700 points below 30,000 for the first time in more than a year.

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