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Missouri University Asked to Pay Billions to Descendants of Slaves

Descendants of the enslaved Black people who built a university in Missouri are claiming that they were owed up to $74 billion in unpaid labor.

Biden Tells Grocery Stores to Cut Costs for Consumers

President Joe Biden's administration is directing grocery chains to lower prices on goods from milk to eggs and bread as prices have soared since he took office in 2021.

House Passes $78 Billion Tax Relief Bill

The House of Representatives passed bipartisan legislation expanding the child tax credit.

Trump Targets Union Support in Rematch Against Biden

Donald Trump is set to engage with members of the Teamsters Union in Washington Wednesday afternoon, eyeing an expansion of his voter base as...

A Runaway Slave, an Anti-Slavery Party, and the first Republican Primaries – American Minute with Bill Federer

By the time of the Civil War, the slave population in the United States had grown to four million. The two major political parties in...

Tesla Reportedly Looking to Create More Affordable Electric Vehicles

According to Reuters, Tesla is looking to build a more affordable electric vehicle (EV).

New Study Disputes Idea that Children Spread COVID-19 at Daycare

A study published in the JAMA Network Open found that children are more likely to spread COVID-19 among household contacts than at childcare centers.

New York Religious Communities View Migration as ‘Burden’

A pair of polls show near-universal and growing opposition to migration among New York communities amid the chaos and diversity created by D.C. pro-migration policies.

Japanese Prime Minister Vows to Cut Taxes on Households and Businesses To Help Country’s Economy

By signaling with subsidies and payouts, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida is stressing his government’s resolve to pull the economy permanently out of stagnation.

Biden Brags About September Jobs Report As Nearly 900K Full-Time Jobs Have Been Lost

President Joe Biden gloated about the September jobs report Friday, saying the total was "better than expected" as many full time jobs were lost and part time added.

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