March's U.S. Consumer Price Increase

March’s U.S. Consumer Price Increase Raises Questions About the Anticipated Interest Rate Drop

The expectation of a June interest rate reduction was all but dashed by the increase in consumer prices in March. This occurred when the financial markets grew erratic and market players became more circumspect in their economic research.
U.S. President Joe Biden's re-election Campaign

Biden reelection Campaign Outpaces Trump, Boasts Historic Cash Reserve

With Biden's reelection campaign financial fundraising remaining strong in key battleground states, the US presidential race for 2024 appears to be the most the competitive election to date in American history.
Biden Administration Finalizes Rules to Safeguard Civil Service Jobs

Biden Administration Finalizes Rules to Safeguard Civil Service Jobs

Bidens’s administration’s final rules set forth to keep merit-based principles and to shield civil service jobs from political interference to guarantee the independence and stability of the government bodies.
U.S. Official Affected by "Havana Syndrome" at NATO Summit

U.S. Official Affected by “Havana Syndrome” at NATO Summit

Even though there are rumors that "Havana syndrome" was initiated by foreign countries, the investigations are not over, and there exist disputed reports, the efforts to understand and handle this phenomenon remain very complicated.
US President Joe Biden's LNG Decision

Biden’s LNG Decision Sparks Political Controversy and Climate Activism

Although Biden’s LNG policy paves the way, uncertainty prevails, further underpinning the importance of the activist and watchful stance in the fight against climate catastrophe.
The SEC’s indulgent climate disclosure rule is clear

Polluter lobbying, conservative courts, and the Biden Administration all played a role

The SEC’s indulgent climate disclosure rule is clear evidence of the heavy strength of corporate lobbying and litigation, underscoring how challenging it is to battle such a crisis successfully.
US Representative John Moolenaar

Michigan’s John Moolenaar Takes Helm of House Committee on China Affairs

The United States House Select Committee on China has appointed its new chairman, John Moolenaar, replacing Mike Gallagher who held the position since January this year. The change is prompted by concerns regarding strategic competition and economic challenges posed by China.
Wisconsin Prosecutors Decline to Pursue Charges Against Trump

Wisconsin Prosecutors Decline to Pursue Charges Against Trump Fundraising Committee and Republican Lawmaker

In a complicated legal landscape, the fact that some Wisconsin prosecutors fail to pursue the violations of the rules of political campaign finance demonstrates the ongoing controversies in handling the allegations of these kinds of violations.
Fulton County Judge Scott McAfee

Judge Allows Trump and Co-Defendants to Appeal Verdict in Georgia Election Subversion Case

The new element caused the Georgia judge to pass a ruling that favor Trump in his appeal aids the unfolding of the election fraud case, molding the path of legal proceedings and the presidential campaign.
Trump's Lawyers, Unable to Post Bond in New York Civil Fraud Case

Trump’s Lawyers, Unable to Post Bond in New York Civil Fraud Case

Trump's lawyers cite challenges in posting bond to appeal a USD 454 million judgment in New York civil fraud case, proposing a reduced USD 100 million bond amid legal battles.