The nation’s voters are not divided by racial and ethnic hatreds, but by progressives’ demand that intrusive government policies be used to aggressively level all disparities between racial and ethnic groups, according to an op-ed in the New York Times.
A DoubleTree hotel in Colorado Springs, Colorado, fired multiple employees and issued an apology after the hotel displayed a sign refusing service to members of the military and their guests who had been attending a post-deployment celebration held at the hotel.
A California avocado distributor announced Saturday that it would voluntarily recall its California-grown avocados in six states over concerns the fruits had been affected by listeria contamination.
The Texas House passed legislation on Wednesday that would allow children to run temporary lemonade stands without having to obtain a permit.
ROME (AP) – Italy signed a memorandum of understanding with China on Saturday supporting Beijing’s “Belt and Road” initiative, which aims to weave a network of ports, bridges and power plants linking China with Africa, Europe and beyond.
Pro-migration advocates are trying to portray the massive Central American migration across the U.S. border as a childcare problem for government rather than a threat to blue-collar wages, civic society, and the rule of law.
Homeland Security Investigators are exposing numerous cases of visa fraud as a wave of foreigners try to sneak into Americans’ middle-class colleges and white-collar jobs.
United Airlines announced Friday it is now the first U.S. airline to provide customers non-binary gender booking options for flights.
General Motors will invest $300 million in its Orion Assembly Plant in Michigan, adding 400 new jobs plus a new all-electric vehicle to its lineup, the company announced Friday.
The most closely watched part of the yield curve inverted, an indicator that a recession could arrive in the next few years.
Chief Secretary to the Treasury Lizz Truss MP has backed a No Deal Brexit over a long extension to the Article 50 negotiations with the European Union — pushing Brexit day far into the future, and possibly preparing the way for its ultimate cancellation — indicating she does not believe the more lurid scare stories peddled by Project Fear.
The chief executive of popular fashion retailer Next has said there is “no evidence” the Brexit vote has hit consumer spending, and even indicated that the company will be able to make savings which is can pass on to customers in the event of No Deal.
President Trump responded positively to a suggestion by a conservative reporter that social media platforms that fail to remain politically neutral should lose their privileged legal position, which affords them immunity from lawsuits for user-generated content. But the President’s own trade bill, USMCA, actually strengthens that immunity, as previously reported by Breitbart News.
Former Lt. Gov. Betsy McCaughey (R-NY) warned that Medicare for All proposals would cause doctors to “avoid seniors like the plague.”
College debt is dragging down the economy. But the real problem is deeper: too many Americans are going to college.
A review board in Virginia has begun the process of shutting down a suspected “visa-mill” college that may have improperly trafficked thousands of low-wage foreign graduates into Americans’ white-collar jobs.
The letter does not mention that the high-speed rail project was canceled last month because it would “cost too much … and take too long.”
Manufacturing activity rebounded in March after plunging in February. There are no signs of tariff-led price increases.
U.S. and Chinese trade officials will meet in Beijing next week and the following week in Washington, DC, for another round of pre-tariff increase trade talks.
Ford Motor Company executives have announced a new investment in American workers and the state of Michigan with plans to invest $900 million in the United States, set to create 900 U.S. jobs.
During a rally in Lima, Ohio on Wednesday, President Trump called on the United Auto Workers (UAW) and General Motors (GM) to work together immediately to reopen the corporation’s Lordstown, Ohio assembly plant.
President Trump says he wants to make deals with the “hard working” American workers that make up unions, rather than the “not honest” union leaders whom he said are beholden to the Democrat Party establishment.
White House officials are spotlighting New York City’s protection of an illegal migrant who bit off the fingertip of an immigration officer charged with deporting the migrant.
LOS ANGELES, California — Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), who is running for the Democratic Party’s nomination for president, appeared at a rally of over 1,000 striking workers and students outside the campus of the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) on Wednesday afternoon in a show of solidarity and a pitch for labor support.
Facebook has settled with a number of civil rights groups after being accused of discrimination with targeted housing, employment, and credit advertisements on the platform.
Border patrol officers will start releasing many of the myriad migrants crossing the Rio Grande without even going through the formalities of temporary detention or strapping removable tracking-devices to the migrants’ ankles, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal.
Walter Terrell, 76, will serve six months in jail for fraudulently collecting his dead mother’s social security checks.