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  • Jada Pinkett Smith, Will Smith’s Raw ‘Red Table Talk’ Episode Smashes Facebook Originals Viewing Record July 11, 2020
    The emotional tete-a-tete between Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith on Facebook Watch’s “Red Table Talk” has set a new record as the social site’s most-viewed original episode in the first 24 hours. Within 16 hours after it was posted Friday at noon PT, the 12-minute segment, titled “Jada Brings Herself to the Table,” had […]
    Todd Spangler
  • Facebook May Ban Political Advertising July 11, 2020
    Facebook is considering a prohibition on political ads on its platforms, according to multiple media reports. If the social media giant made such a move, it would be a significant about-face to the company’s long-held laissez-faire approach to political ads and political speech more broadly, coming just months ahead of the 2020 U.S. elections. Facebook […] […]
    Todd Spangler
  • ‘White Noise’: Film Review July 11, 2020
    In “White Noise,” Daniel Lombroso’s lively and disturbing documentary portrait of three alt-right influencers, there’s a riveting scene in which Richard Spencer, a rock star of white nationalism who talks like a noodgy corporate assistant and has meticulous gelled hair that’s supposed to be his designer version of a Hitler fade (though Hitler didn’t have […] […]
    Owen Gleiberman
  • Sara Bareilles on Using TV’s ‘Little Voice’ to ‘Watch a Young Writer Metabolize Her World Through Song’ July 11, 2020
    It was a different blend of sugar, butter and flour that went into “Little Voice,” the Apple TV Plus series that is singer-songwriter Sara Bareilles’ first try at helping cook up a musically based narrative since the smashing success that was Broadway’s “Waitress.” The series, which debuts this weekend, reunites her with Jessie Nelson, who […] […]
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  • AMC Announces Debt Deal to Keep Theater Chain Afloat July 10, 2020
    AMC Theatres reached a debt agreement on Friday that could help the heavily leveraged exhibition chain avoid or at least forestall a liquidity crisis. Under the deal, Silver Lake Group will purchase $100 million in first lien notes, adding to the $600 million in convertible bonds that it already holds in AMC. The company, which is […]
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  • Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith’s Emotional ‘Red Table Talk’ Demonstrates Their Business Savvy (Column) July 10, 2020
    There’s hardly been a more charged, fascinating moment in TV this summer than Jada Pinkett Smith sitting at her famed Red Table with her husband, Will Smith, to talk about their marriage like never before. In the 25 years they’ve been married, Pinkett Smith in particular has cultivated a brand borne of her willingness to […]
    Caroline Framke
  • ‘The Baby-Sitters Club’s’ Momona Tamada on Playing Asian American Pop Culture Icon Claudia Kishi July 10, 2020
    For many Asian Americans who grew up reading “The Baby-Sitters Club” book series in the ‘80s and ‘90s, Claudia Kishi is something of a pop culture icon, so much so that she’s the center of a new Netflix documentary, “The Claudia Kishi Club.” But Momona Tamada, 13, who stars as Kishi in the streaming platform’s […]
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  • Palm Springs Film Festival Moved Back to February, 2021 July 10, 2020
    Organizers of the Palm Springs International Film Festival have announced that the 32nd edition of the event has been pushed back nearly two months to run from Feb. 25 through March 8. The festival, which had been set to open on Jan. 7, said, “The date change is to ensure the health and safety of our […]
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  • L.A.’s Little-Known John A. Van Pelt Estate Comes to Market July 10, 2020
    Do you have a hankering for a place with Egyptian hieroglyphics, an anchor from Jack London’s boat and a meat locker? Look no further! For the first time in 45 years, the historic and strange John A. Van Pelt Estate is on the market. A sprawling compound of five whimsical storybook houses situated on 2 […]
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  • Lori Loughlin, Mossimo Giannulli Sell Bel Air Mansion to Tinder Co-Founder July 10, 2020
    As their looming sentencing date fast approaches, Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli are cutting ties to their current neighborhood in L.A.’s posh Bel Air area. In addition to resigning from the exclusive Bel-Air Country Club, the couple’s nearby mansion is also in escrow to be sold, sources say. The buyer is Tinder co-founder Justin Mateen, a […] […]
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  • Flooding continues to wreak havoc across China, including in Wuhan July 9, 2020
    This has been one of the wettest flood seasons in about a generation for parts of China as widespread flooding, landslides and high rivers continue to ravage parts of the country, and more rounds of flooding rainfall are in the forecast. After a period of heavy rain early Wednesday morning, a hillside in Huangmei County,...
  • Window closing for Cristina to become seasons 1st hurricane July 7, 2020
    Despite forming several days ago and spending several days over the open waters of the Eastern Pacific Ocean, AccuWeather forecasters say the window for Tropical Storm Cristina to emerge as the first hurricane of 2020 in the Western Hemisphere is closing. As of Friday night, local time, the storm was located well away from land, about 485...
  • Fay makes landfall along Jersey coast, heads for New England July 10, 2020
    Tropical Storm Fay made landfall 10 miles north-northeast of Atlantic City, New Jersey, just before 5 p.m. EDT on Friday, July 10. The storm had weakened some from earlier in the day, its sustained winds dropping from 60 to 50-mph and moving at a forward speed of 14 mph as it made landfall, according to...
  • Severe storms to erupt over Plains yet again on Saturday July 10, 2020
    After portions of the High Plains were battered by large hail and isolated instances of damaging winds on Friday, meteorologists are closely monitoring another threat that is likely to occur across a swath of the Plains into the mid-Mississippi River Valley on Saturday. While conditions over the Plains were generally quiet during the first part...
  • Scorching heat wave to intensify across southwestern US July 9, 2020
    A brutal heat wave that has been baking the southwestern United States this week is forecast to ramp up in intensity in the coming days, causing many locations already sweltering to experience warmth well above normal, with temperature readings at 110 degrees Fahrenheit or higher. The dangerous heat has caused excessive heat warnings to be...
  • Drenching storms to proceed stifling heat in northeastern US following Fay July 10, 2020
    As Fay lifts northward with its drenching downpours into Atlantic Canada this weekend, a period of temperate conditions with shower and thunderstorm activity is forecast to precede a surge of heat for the coming week. While Fay will continue to cause urban and flash flood issues on Saturday over parts of eastern New York state...
  • Daily coronavirus briefing: 'Worst is yet to come,' team of medical experts warns July 9, 2020
    The coronavirus pandemic altered life as humans knew it in 2020, and as much of the world starts to examine how and when to resume daily activities, it’s clear that there are many challenges to overcome before normal daily life can resume in full. The outbreak, which originated in late 2019 in Wuhan, China, officially...
  • Clear skies to greet most stargazers for upcoming Jupiter opposition July 10, 2020
    The biggest planet in the solar system will make its closest approach to Earth on Monday night, giving stargazers of all ages something to spot after the sun sets. Comet NEOWISE has stolen the spotlight recently and will start to appear in the evening sky by midweek, but stargazers may also want to step outside...
  • Over 60 killed in severe flooding in Japan, with threat of 'unprecedented level' of rain still to come July 6, 2020
    The death toll continued to rise Friday on the island of Kyushu in southwestern Japan as tens of thousands of workers continued rescue and recovery efforts after flooding downpours inundated the region. On Wednesday afternoon, local time, The New York Times reported that at least 58 people had been confirmed dead across the country, many...
  • Lightning deaths top 150 in one India state in less than 2 weeks July 8, 2020
    Just one state of India has accounted for more than 150 lightning deaths in just 14 days. The state of Bihar, nestled between Bangladesh and southern Nepal, is one of the poorest states in all of India and has been inundated with rounds of rain and thunderstorms since the last week of June. The AFP...

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  • Joe Biden Regains 2020 Election Edge As Trump Job Approval Dives Amid Coronavirus Crisis, Protests: IBD/TIPP Poll
    Joe Biden has regained a 2020 election lead over President Trump, as Trump's job approval reversed a coronavirus crisis bounce, the June IBD/TIPP Poll finds. The post Joe Biden Regains 2020 Election Edge As Trump Job Approval Dives Amid Coronavirus Crisis, Protests: IBD/TIPP Poll appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Trump Job Approval, Direction Of Country: IBD/TIPP Poll
    The IBD/TIPP Presidential Leadership Index tracks President Trump's job approval rating and the overall leadership index. The post Trump Job Approval, Direction Of Country: IBD/TIPP Poll appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Americans Back President Trump On Coronavirus Crisis; Overall Approval Rating Rises: IBD/TIPP Poll
    A plurality of Americans, but not independents, approve of President Trump's handling of the coronavirus crisis. His overall approval rating also rose. The post Americans Back President Trump On Coronavirus Crisis; Overall Approval Rating Rises: IBD/TIPP Poll appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Trump Job Approval Relapses Amid Coronavirus Threat: IBD/TIPP Poll
    President Trump's job approval rating rose during impeachment, but relapsed as the coronavirus hit the economic outlook, the IBD/TIPP Poll finds. The post Trump Job Approval Relapses Amid Coronavirus Threat: IBD/TIPP Poll appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Bernie Sanders Overtakes Joe Biden Before Super Tuesday: IBD/TIPP Poll
    Bernie Sanders has taken a narrow lead over Joe Biden in the Democratic primary battle ahead of Super Tuesday, the March IBD/TIPP Poll finds. The post Bernie Sanders Overtakes Joe Biden Before Super Tuesday: IBD/TIPP Poll appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Trump Job Approval, Direction Of Country For March 2020: IBD/TIPP Poll
    The IBD/TIPP Presidential Leadership Index tracks President Trump's job approval rating and the overall leadership index. The post Trump Job Approval, Direction Of Country For March 2020: IBD/TIPP Poll appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Despite Trump Impeachment Trial, Americans Lean Against President's Removal: IBD/TIPP Poll
    The Trump impeachment trial has changed little, the IBD/TIPP Poll finds. Americans still narrowly oppose President Trump's removal, while his job approval rises. The post Despite Trump Impeachment Trial, Americans Lean Against President's Removal: IBD/TIPP Poll appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Biden Leads Sanders In Democratic Race, But Trump Pulls Even: IBD/TIPP
    Joe Biden leads Bernie Sanders in the new IBD/TIPP Poll of the Democratic nomination battle, but President Trump has erased Biden's 2020 election advantage. The post Biden Leads Sanders In Democratic Race, But Trump Pulls Even: IBD/TIPP appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Americans Back Trump On Iran, Economy And Narrowly On Impeachment: IBD/TIPP Poll
    Support for President Donald Trump's impeachment and removal has dipped in recent weeks. Americans back him on the economy and his Iranian offensive, the new IBD/TIPP Poll finds. The post Americans Back Trump On Iran, Economy And Narrowly On Impeachment: IBD/TIPP Poll appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Joe Biden Leads Democratic Race But Loses Electability Edge Vs. President Trump: IBD/TIPP
    Joe Biden leads Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders in the Democratic race, but his electability advantage vs. President Trump is fading, the January IBD/TIPP Poll shows. The post Joe Biden Leads Democratic Race But Loses Electability Edge Vs. President Trump: IBD/TIPP appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Trump Job Approval, Direction Of Country: IBD/TIPP Poll For January 2020
    The IBD/TIPP Presidential Leadership Index tracks President Trump's job approval rating and the overall leadership index. The post Trump Job Approval, Direction Of Country: IBD/TIPP Poll For January 2020 appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Trump Impeached On Abuse Of Power, Obstruction Of Congress Charges
    The U.S. House of Representatives impeached President Donald Trump on charges of abuse of power and obstructing Congress. The post Trump Impeached On Abuse Of Power, Obstruction Of Congress Charges appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Elizabeth Warren Overtakes Joe Biden In Democratic Presidential Race: IBD/TIPP Poll
    Elizabeth Warren has taken a narrow lead over Joe Biden in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination, the October IBD/TIPP Poll found. The post Elizabeth Warren Overtakes Joe Biden In Democratic Presidential Race: IBD/TIPP Poll appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Americans Back Trump Impeachment Inquiry — And Biden Probe: IBD/TIPP Poll
    IBD/TIPP Poll: Americans see the president's Ukraine actions as impeachable and favor a Trump impeachment inquiry, but the public also wants a former VP Joe Biden investigated. The post Americans Back Trump Impeachment Inquiry — And Biden Probe: IBD/TIPP Poll appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Pelosi Drug Pricing Plan Puts Big Pharma In 2020 Election Hot Seat
    The House Speaker Nancy Pelosi drug pricing plan aims to turn the 2020 election into a referendum on Big Pharma and Medicare drug prices. The post Pelosi Drug Pricing Plan Puts Big Pharma In 2020 Election Hot Seat appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Trump Job Approval, Direction Of Country: IBD/TIPP Poll
    The IBD/TIPP Presidential Leadership Index tracks President Trump's job approval rating and the overall leadership index. The post Trump Job Approval, Direction Of Country: IBD/TIPP Poll appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Biden Has 13-Point Lead Over Trump As President's Job Approval Slides: IBD/TIPP Poll
    Joe Biden has a big lead over President Trump, whose job approval fell to a six-month-low 40%, the August IBD/TIPP Poll showed. The former VP also is well ahead of key Democratic rivals. The post Biden Has 13-Point Lead Over Trump As President's Job Approval Slides: IBD/TIPP Poll appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Trump Job Approval, Direction Of Country For August 2019: IBD/TIPP Poll
    Each month, the IBD/TIPP Poll, a collaboration between Investor's Business Daily and TechnoMetrica, produces an exclusive Presidential Leadership Index. In addition to tracking President Donald Trump's job approval rating, the... Read More The post Trump Job Approval, Direction Of Country For August 2019: IBD/TIPP Poll appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Trump Job Approval, Direction Of Country: IBD/TIPP Poll
    The IBD/TIPP Presidential Leadership Index tracks President Trump's job approval rating and the overall leadership index. The post Trump Job Approval, Direction Of Country: IBD/TIPP Poll appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Trump Job Approval, Direction Of Country: IBD/TIPP Poll For July 2019
    The IBD/TIPP Presidential Leadership Index tracks President Trump's job approval rating and the overall leadership index. The post Trump Job Approval, Direction Of Country: IBD/TIPP Poll For July 2019 appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Trump Job Approval, Direction Of Country: IBD/TIPP Poll For June 2019
    The IBD/TIPP Presidential Leadership Index fell 3.2% in June to 45.5, after rising 5.4% to 47 in May. The post Trump Job Approval, Direction Of Country: IBD/TIPP Poll For June 2019 appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Trump Job Approval, Direction Of Country For May 2019: IBD/TIPP Poll
    The IBD/TIPP Presidential Leadership Index rose 5.4% to 47 in May, following April's 0.7% drop. The post Trump Job Approval, Direction Of Country For May 2019: IBD/TIPP Poll appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • IBD/TIPP Poll: No Trump Bump From End Of Mueller Investigation
    President Donald Trump's ratings saw little or no bump from the end of the Mueller investigation in early April after sharp March gains, a new IBD/TIPP Poll shows. The post IBD/TIPP Poll: No Trump Bump From End Of Mueller Investigation appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Trump Job Approval, Direction Of Country For April 2019: IBD/TIPP Poll
    The IBD/TIPP Presidential Leadership Index dipped 0.7% in April to 44.6 after jumping 7.2% in March. President Trump's job approval was unchanged at 41%. The post Trump Job Approval, Direction Of Country For April 2019: IBD/TIPP Poll appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Trump Skewers 2020 Election Message, Health Care Stocks
    The Trump administration just backed a long shot challenge to ObamaCare. Health care stocks fell but the bigger story may be Trump's 2020 election prospects. The post Trump Skewers 2020 Election Message, Health Care Stocks appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Brexit Deal Fails Again In U.K. Vote, Putting All Options In Play
    U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal was rejected once again by Parliament, throwing the country deeper into political crisis. The post Brexit Deal Fails Again In U.K. Vote, Putting All Options In Play appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Green New Deal Support May Cost Politicians Votes: IBD/TIPP Poll
    Attempting to pass the so-called Green New Deal in Congress could hold political peril for the Democratic Party in 2020, a new IBD/TIPP Poll suggests. The post Green New Deal Support May Cost Politicians Votes: IBD/TIPP Poll appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Trump Approval Gains On End Of Shutdown, China Trade Hopes: IBD/TIPP Poll
    The nation's mood has brightened considerably and, along with it, President Trump's approval ratings have risen, March's IBD/TIPP Poll shows. The post Trump Approval Gains On End Of Shutdown, China Trade Hopes: IBD/TIPP Poll appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Trump Job Approval, Direction Of Country For March 2019: IBD/TIPP Poll
    The IBD/TIPP Presidential Leadership Index rose 7.2% in March to 44.9, more than erasing February's 4.8% decline. The post Trump Job Approval, Direction Of Country For March 2019: IBD/TIPP Poll appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Is Global Warming A Hoax? Discover The Climate Change Facts And Fiction
    Is global warming a hoax? Is man-made climate change really happening? Are C02 emissions causing more forest fires, hurricanes and other natural disasters? Track the latest evidence in the great global warming debate. The post Is Global Warming A Hoax? Discover The Climate Change Facts And Fiction appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • The Four High-Tax States Of The Apocalypse
    The new United Van Lines data were just released that are a good proxy for where Americans are moving to and from. Guess what four states had the highest percentage of leavers in 2018. The post The Four High-Tax States Of The Apocalypse appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • How Does 'Boss' AOC Plan To Pay For Her $93 Trillion Green New Deal?
    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says she's "boss" of the "Green New Deal." Maybe she can explain were the $93 trillion needed to pay for it will come. Taxing the rich won't even scratch the surface. The post How Does 'Boss' AOC Plan To Pay For Her $93 Trillion Green New Deal? appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Venezuela's Maduro Has A Choice — He Can Leave On His Own, Or With A Military Escort
    "Maduro must go," Vice President Pence said of the Venezuelan dictator who ruined his country. He has a choice: Either leave freely, or at the end of a gun. The post Venezuela's Maduro Has A Choice — He Can Leave On His Own, Or With A Military Escort appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Our Climate Solution? It May Be Written In the Stars
    The best way to really go "green" with energy is through technology and innovation. When it comes to slashing CO2 emissions, that means fusion power. The post Our Climate Solution? It May Be Written In the Stars appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Should We Fear Budget Deficits? Absolutely
    When two well-regarded economists say federal debt and deficits don't matter that much, you should pay attention. Because their ideas are dangerously wrong. The post Should We Fear Budget Deficits? Absolutely appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Are Democrats Offering Economic Policies, Or Pipe Dreams?
    The Democratic presidential candidates endorse a variety of far-reaching proposals that, if adopted, would represent the largest increase in federal spending since Lyndon Johnson's Great Society. The post Are Democrats Offering Economic Policies, Or Pipe Dreams? appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Religious Freedom: The Supreme Court Can Undo Confusion With Its Ruling On This WWI Memorial
    For decades the Supreme Court entangled itself in Establishment Clause decisions that have been, in the words of Alice in Wonderland, curiouser and curiouser. On Wednesday, it can undo some of that. The post Religious Freedom: The Supreme Court Can Undo Confusion With Its Ruling On This WWI Memorial appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Socialism In U.S. Threatens Recession, Trump Jobs Recovery, And Foreign Policy
    In Venezuela, socialism has claimed another victim. It's the same story: Well-to-do nations go socialist, then go broke. Don't let Democrats do it here. The post Socialism In U.S. Threatens Recession, Trump Jobs Recovery, And Foreign Policy appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Can The U.S. Meet The Huawei Challenge?
    Is the U.S.' get-tough stance with China's telecom giant Huawei just another salvo in the trade wars with China, or is Huawei a real security threat? Both. The post Can The U.S. Meet The Huawei Challenge? appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Green New Deal Strengthens Putin But Weakens America 
    Progressives in Congress just rolled out their "Green New Deal," meant to end U.S. reliance on fossil fuels. It will only make us dependent on dictators. The post Green New Deal Strengthens Putin But Weakens America  appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Revealed: How The CBO Saved ObamaCare With Bogus Forecasts
    How do you enact a massive new program, and then keep it from being repealed after it fails? It's simple. Just pull the numbers out of thin air. The post Revealed: How The CBO Saved ObamaCare With Bogus Forecasts appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Congress' New Progressive Class Wants To Get Hold Of Buffett's Billions
    Progressives all want to get their hands on the money of wealthy people like Warren Buffett. But it comes with a cost: Lower investment, and fewer jobs. The post Congress' New Progressive Class Wants To Get Hold Of Buffett's Billions appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Andrew McCabe, The Justice Department's Jussie Smollett
    This man will say anything. Truth means nothing. He's worse than Comey. The post Andrew McCabe, The Justice Department's Jussie Smollett appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Despite Short-Term Ruckus, Long-Term Progress On The Border
    Despite angry rhetoric and an unsatisfactory compromise, there's also reason for some long-term progress in narrowing the gap between two nations on each side of a border that's been problematic since 1846. The post Despite Short-Term Ruckus, Long-Term Progress On The Border appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • FBI Officials Wanted To Charge Hillary Clinton — Turns Out, They Should Have
    Contrary to what former FBI Director James Comey said, top FBI officials wanted to charge Hillary Clinton for criminally misusing her homebrew email server and compromising American secrets. The post FBI Officials Wanted To Charge Hillary Clinton — Turns Out, They Should Have appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Over-Zealous Antitrust Enforcement Vs. National Interest: The Case Of Qualcomm And 5G
    The U.S. government is undermining our economic and security interests by its antitrust attack on Qualcomm as it develops next-generation 5G technology. The post Over-Zealous Antitrust Enforcement Vs. National Interest: The Case Of Qualcomm And 5G appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • The True Lessons Of Amazon's Tax Bill And The Refund Ruckus
    What is the real lesson to be learned from Amazon’s HQ2 misadventure, zero corporate tax bills and the tax refunds ruckus? The post The True Lessons Of Amazon's Tax Bill And The Refund Ruckus appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Has A Serious Billionaire Problem
    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says billionaires are immoral. She also thinks the U.S. should be more like Sweden and Norway. So she wants more billionaires here? The post Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Has A Serious Billionaire Problem appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Changing Reality With Words
    The reinvention of vocabulary can often be more effective than any social protest movement. The post Changing Reality With Words appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Socialized Childcare: Elizabeth Warren's Plan Means Soaring Taxes, Federal Control Over Your Kids
    Presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren has yet another great socialist idea: "Free" childcare. In fact, it would lead to higher taxes and soaring costs. The post Socialized Childcare: Elizabeth Warren's Plan Means Soaring Taxes, Federal Control Over Your Kids appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Why Did So Many Eagerly Buy Jussie Smollet's Story?
    Maxine Waters not only believed openly gay black actor Jussie Smollett's tale of being attacked by homophobic Trump-supporters, she — and many other big-name Democrats — knew exactly whom to blame. The post Why Did So Many Eagerly Buy Jussie Smollet's Story? appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Elizabeth Warren And The False Promise Of Universal Preschool
    Decade after decade, this old chestnut is trotted out as a pro-family, pro-middle class reform. It's not. The post Elizabeth Warren And The False Promise Of Universal Preschool appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • $15 Minimum Wage Sparks A Jobs Recession In New York
    When Amazon pulled out of New York, the loss of 25,000 future jobs made headlines. What isn't making headlines are the thousands of jobs destroyed by the city's $15 minimum wage. The post $15 Minimum Wage Sparks A Jobs Recession In New York appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Jussie Smollett And The 'Fake First' Media
    The "just the facts" news media once again falls for a hoax that fits their narrative of racist Trump supporters. The post Jussie Smollett And The 'Fake First' Media appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Amazon Delivers A Lesson: Low Taxes Are The Best Sweetheart Deal
    Winning requires low taxes and deregulation that benefit every company — whether it's big or small, new to the state or homegrown. The post Amazon Delivers A Lesson: Low Taxes Are The Best Sweetheart Deal appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Rogue Bank Regulators Need To Stop Treating Bankers Like Pirates
    In response to the financial crisis, Obama-era bank regulators initiated an "us vs. them" supervisory process where . It hasn't worked. The post Rogue Bank Regulators Need To Stop Treating Bankers Like Pirates appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Bogus Gun Research On Mass Shootings
    Why are guns on the Democrats' "emergency" list anyway? One reason is sloppy reporting by lazy media. The post Bogus Gun Research On Mass Shootings appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Rod Rosenstein Out, William Barr In: Time To Investigate Deep State Plot Against Trump
    As Rod Rosenstein leaves the Justice Department, it's time to take stock of the Deep State's damage. Attorney General William Barr is the one for the job. The post Rod Rosenstein Out, William Barr In: Time To Investigate Deep State Plot Against Trump appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Would Barack Obama Be Too Conservative For Today's Democrats?
    When Bernie Sanders announced on Tuesday that he was running for president, the only surprising thing was how much competition he'll have on the far left. The post Would Barack Obama Be Too Conservative For Today's Democrats? appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Do Leftists Believe What They Say?
    Truth is not a left-wing value. The post Do Leftists Believe What They Say? appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Where Did All The Free-Trade Democrats Go?
    Killing the USMCA would hurt the voters and hometown businesses in the districts the Democrats represent. The post Where Did All The Free-Trade Democrats Go? appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • President Trump: Why Not Propose a Truly 'Green' New Deal?
    Hidden in President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address last week — and practically uncommented upon — was the seed of a revolutionary political platform. The post President Trump: Why Not Propose a Truly 'Green' New Deal? appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • John Kenneth Galbraith's 'The Affluent Society' Revisited
    John Kenneth Galbraith's "The Affluent Society" survives as one of the most influential books of the last half of the 20th century. The post John Kenneth Galbraith's 'The Affluent Society' Revisited appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Presidents Day: Washington And Lincoln As Relevant Today As Ever
    As another Presidents Day is upon us, it's important to remember America's two greatest presidents: George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. The post Presidents Day: Washington And Lincoln As Relevant Today As Ever appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Socialism Isn't What It Used To Be
    Time was, socialism meant thorough collectivism: state ownership of the means of production (including arable land), distribution and exchange. The post Socialism Isn't What It Used To Be appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Here's Why N.Y. Lost Amazon's HQ2 ... Hint, It Wasn't Because Of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
    Amazon's decision to pull the plug on the New York half of its "HQ2" shows just how inhospitable the state has become to businesses. The post Here's Why N.Y. Lost Amazon's HQ2 ... Hint, It Wasn't Because Of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Streamlining Drug Approvals Can Spur Innovation And Cut Costs
    The FDA recently issued new draft rules that could speed up the development of breakthrough medicines and save millions of lives. It can't happen too fast. The post Streamlining Drug Approvals Can Spur Innovation And Cut Costs appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Border Wall: The Talk Is Done — Time To Build
    President Donald Trump signed a budget deal and ended the possibility of a second government shutdown. Now, Trump has to build the border wall as promised. The post Border Wall: The Talk Is Done — Time To Build appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Why Do Some Local Economies Thrive While Others Struggle? Liberals Won't Like The Answer
    Liberals aren't going to like the answer. The post Why Do Some Local Economies Thrive While Others Struggle? Liberals Won't Like The Answer appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • New York Should Be Happy Amazon Has Changed Its Mind
    New York rejected Amazon's bid to build a "second headquarters" in the city. New Yorkers shouldn't fret. Thanks to massive subsidies, it was a bad deal. The post New York Should Be Happy Amazon Has Changed Its Mind appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Why Are So Many 2020 Candidates Backing The Farcical Green New Deal?
    Why have presidential candidates Cory Booker, Kirsten Gillibrand, Kamala Harris, Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren endorsed this foolishness? The post Why Are So Many 2020 Candidates Backing The Farcical Green New Deal? appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Harrison Ford's Climate Horror Story
    Why is it that climate doomsday is always 10 years away? The post Harrison Ford's Climate Horror Story appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • The Green New Deal Is Make Believe
    For the sake of argument, let's assume that the Green New Deal achieves its stated goals over a decade. The post The Green New Deal Is Make Believe appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
  • Andrew McCabe Confirms: Deep State Plotted To Take Down Trump
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  • Is It Time To Bring Back Commercial Juries?
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  • Whistling Past The 'Green New Deal'
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  • Trump Should Take Democrats' Wall Deal And Run With It
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  • Someone Just Noticed The Middle-Class Revival Going On Under Trump
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  • Will Trump Win Re-Election? Behavioral Economics May Hold The Answer
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  • Green Is The New Red
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  • Democrats Revealed Their True Open Border Stripes
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  • America's Unilateral Disarmament In The Resource Wars
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  • Apple Isn't So Interested In Diversity After All
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  • Question For Elizabeth Warren: What's Wrong With Just Being 'An American'?
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  • Illinois Gov. Pritzker's Rookie Mistake: Hiking Taxes On The Rich
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  • Fact Check This: Quality Of Life Is Up Sharply Under Trump
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