A recent issue with Microsoft’s Office 365 platform left many users completely locked out of Microsoft Office, Outlook, and Microsoft Teams which many have used as their primary means of work communication during the coronavirus pandemic.
The business partners of Hunter Biden, son of former Vice President Joe Biden, were investors in Fisker Automotive, a company that received over $500 million in loan guarantees from the federal government before failing, Breitbart News can reveal.
Tired of being locked in apartments while cities remain under lockdown orders and murder rates soar, Americans are snapping up homes at the fastest pace in decades, pushing up prices.
A much better than expected improvement in both consumers’ assessments of current conditions and expectations for the future.
Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden is raking in Wall Street cash from all the big banks at five times the rate of President Trump, a CNN report admits.
The Times swings and misses with a contradictory, odd-ball attack on the president based on decades of tax data. |
President Trump is up against the “four corners” of America, including Hollywood’s elite, Wall Street executives, Silicon Valley tech giants, and the National Basketball Association’s (NBA) athletes siding with China against the United States, White House trade adviser Peter Navarro says.
Stephen Lamar, head of the American Apparel and Footwear Association (AAFA), told a session of the U.S. House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Trade on Thursday that import bans on products from China’s Xinjiang province could “wreak havoc” on supply chains.
The New York Times recently published an article following the story of a blogger couple targeted by former eBay executives who allegedly systematically stalked and harassed them in a terror campaign that has resulted in multiple senior eBay employees facing charges.
A recent report claims that Google’s search engine is about to face major challenges as the DOJ readies an antitrust lawsuit accusing the tech giant of crushing competition to protect its monopoly.
A top Indian diplomat told the United Nations Human Rights Council that “killing field for minorities” Pakistan is “hookwink[ing]” the world by delisting thousands of known terrorists from its watch lists, Indian media reported Monday.
A judge has temporarily blocked the U.S. government from banning the Chinese-owned social media app TikTok from being downloaded from Apple and Google’s app stores.
A think tank has said that Boris Johnson should rip up the EU-approved withdrawal agreement, as it would still leave the European Union with too much control.
Judge Amy Coney Barrett is getting applause from immigration reformers, including the Federation for American Immigration Reform.
A McDonald’s worker has become Internet famous thanks to his kindness towards a young mom in Waynesville, Ohio.
An 89-year-old Papa John’s pizza delivery driver received a surprise tip of $12,000 thanks to one of his “regular” customers on his route.
Cardinal Angelo Becciu has resigned from his position in the Vatican and renounced the rights enjoyed by members of the College of Cardinals after being tied to a number of shady financial deals.
China’s “corn heartland” in the northeastern province of Heilongjiang faces a shortage of farm workers for the upcoming autumn harvest, the South China Morning Post reported on Thursday.
President Donald Trump announced Friday his “Platinum Plan” for black Americans at a campaign event in Atlanta, Georgia.
Joe Biden broke his promise to create “billions of dollars” in new jobs when Fisker failed. He is making the same promises again today.
The United States Chamber of Commerce is lobbying against legislation by House Democrats that they recently endorsed against Republican challengers.
Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) lifted key coronavirus-related restrictions across Florida on Friday and promised the state is “not closing anything going forward.”
The Senate Commerce Committee plans to vote on October 1 to decide if it should subpoena the CEOs of tech firms including Google, Facebook, and Twitter over their censorship and legal immunity under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA).
What will we run out of next?
Amazon recently announced a number of new products at its annual hardware event, including a new Ring security camera drone that flys around your house recording you and your family.
Why bother signing a five-year-old up for remote schooling?
ByteDance, the Chinese parent company of video-sharing app TikTok, has requested a temporary block on a ban of the app by the Trump administration. A U.S. judge has now ordered the federal government to defend the ban on Friday afternoon, or delay the blacklisting scheduled for Sunday.