The price of oil is nearing $94 per barrel after the Energy Information Administration reported a larger-than-expected draw on inventories of over 2.1 million, jolting the crude market.
Countries across the globe are struggling to sell assets seized from Russian oligarchs, but their taxpayers are footing the bill for upkeep in the meantime.
JPMorgan, the big bank serving as Zelenskyy’s financial adviser to attract private capital for a new investment fund to rebuild Ukraine’s infrastructure, is hosting the meeting.
The U.S. announced new sanctions against a network of companies and individuals providing financial and material support for Iran's drone industry, including Chinese and Russian firms.
The price of WTI and Brent crude oil continues to rise as Wall Street traders eye a deeper supply deficit in the fourth quarter after Saudi Arabia and Russia extended supply cuts.
The U.S. is aiming to increase production of 155 mm artillery shells that are in high demand due to the war in Ukraine, which has eaten into U.S. and NATO munitions stockpiles.
Oshkosh Corporation's MRAP military vehicles are reportedly on the ground in Ukraine, according to Fox Business' 'The Claman Countdown.'
Dutch beer manufacturer Heineken has pulled out of Russia after selling its production facilities for a symbolic €1.
FOX Business' Stuart Varney argued Putin's Russia is a superpower in disarray as the Ukraine war heats up after the death of mercenary leader Yevgeny Prigozhin.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has removed from office the head of the Russian Aerospace Forces, Gen. Sergei Surovikin, according to state media.
The parent company of Peet's Coffee, JDE Peet's, has decided to stay in Russia despite many other Western brands pulling out following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Gatestone Institute senior fellow Gordon Chang explains why he believes the Biden administration is ‘clueless’ for thinking they are at peace with the rest of the world.
North Dakota is welcoming Ukrainian refugees seeking to work in the state and alleviate a workforce shortage through the Bakken Global Recruitment of Oilfield Workers program.
Heritage Foundation V.P. of Foreign Policy James Carafano on Ukraine President Zelenskyy blaming lack of munitions for slowed counter offensive, and the U.S. and its allies conducting military exercises in Australia.
Ben & Jerry's co-founder Ben Cohen expressed frustration with NATO expansion and the "military-industrial-congressional complex" in an interview with Politico this week.
Former Army Special Operations Brett Velicovich discusses concerns regarding the U.S. having a low supply of 155 mm artillery rounds and reacts to Trump’s claim that he would end the war in Ukraine in one day.
Cybersecurity researchers have uncovered a suspected effort by Russian hackers to target foreign diplomats in Kyiv, Ukraine, through a malicious ad about a BMW car for sale.
Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt has taken Russian oligarch Andrey Guryev's superyacht off of Antiguan authorities' hands after placing a winning $67.6 million bid at auction.
The Departments of Commerce, Justice, State and Treasury issued a warning on Iran's efforts to circumvent sanctions to acquire sensitive tech for drone programs.
Deputy Treasury Secretary Wally Adeyemo says the United States and allies will hit Russia with more sanctions over its invasion of Ukraine that was launched in February 2022.