Moody's downgrades U.S. banking system's outlook to negative citing bank runs
Moody's has changed its outlook on the U.S. banking system from "stable" to "negative," pointing to deposit runs on multiple institutions, including Silicon Valley Bank.
Rent growth had smallest gain in two years: Redfin
The median U.S. asking rent rose to a mere 1.7% annually in February, which was the smallest gain in nearly two years, according to Redfin.
Fauci lashes out at Elon Musk over COVID claims: ‘Prosecute me for what?’
Dr. Anthony Fauci blasted calls for his prosecution as "insanity" after CNN showed him a tweet from Elon Musk calling for him to face legal action for his COVID handling.
Dietary supplement recalled for claims it can cure COVID 19: FDA
Natural Solutions Foundation issued a recall for its Dr Rima Recommends Nano Silver 10ppm dietary supplement after federal officials say it falsely claims it can sure COVID-19.
Job openings dipped in January but remain historically high
The Labor Department reported on Wednesday that there were 11 million job openings at the end of January, a sign the labor market remains extremely tight.
January Jones slams Hollywood execs for not going back to work post pandemic: 'Come back into the office'
Actress January Jones is calling out Hollywood casting directors for not returning to the office and requiring auditions to be done from home.
As customer problems hit a record high, more people seek ‘revenge’
Consumer anger has tripled since 2020, while more angry customers are seeking revenge and running into problems with services, as companies struggle to hire enough employees.
Home prices could face double-digit drop in these 4 cities, Goldman Sachs warns
Goldman Sachs analysts warned in an analyst note that housing prices could drop by double-digits in four major U.S. cities that became pandemic boom towns.
Housing affordability at record low, report says
There were around half as many affordable homes for sale in 2022 as the previous year and approximately one in five homes for sale were affordable for the typical household.
The number of ATMs has declined as people rely less on cash
ATMs are disappearing due to rising crime and an increase in digital transactions. Banks are forced to close ATMs at night in major cities like New York.
America's low labor participation rate 'a social and economic disaster,' experts warn
Millions of able-bodied Americans who ducked out of the workforce during the pandemic are refusing to return, leading economists to sound the alarm over what it means.
Sen. Tom Cotton sounds alarm on dangerous ‘conspiracy of silence' over COVID origins
Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., raises red flags amid the ongoing investigation into the controversial origins of COVID-19.
Republican senator sounds alarm over US, China war: 'Conflict's already here'
Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., explains how the Biden administration, Wall Street and China are in "direct conflict" with one another, posing "dangerous" security threats at home.
Emergency SNAP benefits ending after 3 years
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) emergency allotments came to an end for multiple states. Millions of Americans receive food stamp benefits.
Spring break: International bookings up 30% with many setting sights on Europe
A new AAA survey revealed that international travel bookings jumped more than 30% compared to 2022, underscoring how families are 'making up for lost time.'
Return of MLB spring training has Arizona, Florida hoping for billion-dollar economic bounce back
Major League Baseball's spring training officially begins Friday, which will bring baseball fans from around the country to Arizona and Florida to watch their favorite teams.
Alibaba posts lackluster growth, hit by China’s pandemic control measures
Alibaba’s quarterly revenue rose 2% from a year earlier as the Chinese tech company recovers from last years zero-covid lockdowns and a recent regulatory crackdown.
COVID relief money targeted for use by cities to fund reparations programs
Of the 10 or so U.S. municipalities considering some sort of reparations program, at least two are mulling the possibility of using COVID-19 relief money to fund their initiatives.
Is my state stimulus payment taxable?
The IRS has decided that taxpayers in 17 states will not need to report special payments on their 2022 tax returns. Payments from four other states may or may not be reportable.
California men filed false tax returns for athletes, charged them for fraudulent payouts
Two California men were sentenced for their roles in a $44 million scheme to file fraudulent tax returns on behalf of professional athletes and phony PPP loan applications.