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Homebuilding Rose in October

October was not the disaster some feared after the steep decline in homebuilder sentiment.

Soldiers from the Kentucky-based 19th Engineer Battalion installing barbed wire fences on the banks of the Rio Grande in Laredo, Texas

ACLU Asks Judge to Break Donald Trump’s Border Reform

U.S. soldiers rolled out more razor wire along the U.S.-Mexican border, but the more important fight on Monday took place in a San Francisco courtroom, where President Donald Trump’s deputies defended his asylum reforms from pro-immigration ACLU lawyers. 

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull would "love" Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg -- seen here at the US Congress -- to be grilled by Australian lawmakers

Poll: Americans Turn on the Social Media Masters of the Universe

A recent poll by SurveyMonkey appears to show that public opinion on social media firms has become quite negative amongst the majority of people questioned. 57 Percent of Americans surveyed believe that social media hurts democracy and free speech.

Elon Musk, Tesla chairman, smokes a "spliff" (marijuana and tobacco cigar) on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast.

How Elon Musk’s Plan to Give Everyone PayPal Credit Cards Backfired

Elon Musk’s former business partner at PayPal, Peter Thiel, discussed the Tesla CEO’s time at the payment processor at a recent conference. He specifically discussing Musk’s plan to give all PayPal customers credit cards and how the plan backfired.

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Is Healthcare Better or Worse than a Decade Ago?

The American healthcare system has gone through countless changes in the last decade. But have these changes made the healthcare system better or worse for the average American?