Real estate developer details Florida’s new ‘life-changing’ residences: ‘The epicenter of Miami’
Paramount Miami Worldcenter and Legacy Hotel and Residences developer Dan Kodsi explains how his projects bring together luxury and lifestyle with a high-tech, health twist.
Cathie Wood explains why Nvidia stock exploded and what the ‘real’ AI play is
Ark Invest CEO Cathie Wood says her firm is eyeing the software side of A.I., claiming companies with visionary leaders and global distribution will be the "biggest beneficiaries."
China ‘prepping the battlefield’ after Microsoft warns of cyber attacks on US infrastructure: Expert
China's attempted cyber attack on U.S. infrastructure data can "tell us everything" about where conflict tensions stand between the nations, Jonathan D.T. Ward explains.
Bombshell report claims Biden admin using taxpayer money to wage covert war on conservative, Christian groups
Conservative and faith-based groups have allegedly been "weaponized" by the Biden administration using taxpayer funds to connect them with neo-Nazi, militant organizations.
GOP senator warns Americans: 'Retirement is now in jeopardy'
Sen. Mike Braun, R-Ind., explains how Democrats' excessive spending and debt ceiling stalemate means Americans' retirements are "now in jeopardy" by not producing the best return.
CEOs give fair warning to Chicago over bad-for-business policies
Chicago businesses feel “very shocked" and “deeply concerned" about the city's high crime and "ill-conceived" policies forcing owners and their establishments to relocate.
Whistleblower details ‘distorted and twisted’ FBI amid weaponization claims: ‘Rot’ at the top
Despite his family becoming displaced, suspended FBI special agent Garret O'Boyle says he'll continue to "shine a light in the darkness that the FBI continues to try to hide."
AAA explains how to beat Memorial Day weekend travel: 'Be patient'
AAA's Aixa Diaz provides best tips and tricks for traveling during the Memorial Day holiday as it's projected to be the third-busiest weekend for flyers and drivers since 2005.
Lawmakers sound alarm as US national debt clock ticks: ‘Catastrophic'
Democrat and Republican House reps. explain how defaulting on U.S. debt will create a "catastrophe" for real estate, housing and "so many different markets."