CIA lie detection experts said Sen. Ted Cruz and Hewlitt-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina are engaging in “collective deception” over the Cruz sex scandal.
Archives for March 2016
The Chicago Business Barometer, the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) gauge of factory activity in the Midwest region jumped to 53.6 in March from 47.6.
The Labor Department said on Thursday that weekly unemployment claims rose by 11,000 to 276,000 last week, higher than the estimate for 265,000.
According to a new Reuters Ipsos Poll, nearly two-thirds agree with Donald Trump that the U.S. should torture terrorists to prevent future attacks.
Yale University professors are now getting the chance to live their convictions as Connecticut Democrats attempt to soak Yale’s rich endowment.
Because he is the one criticizing it, defenders of the old guard have the luxury of bashing Trump’s remark that “NATO is obsolete” without much elaboration.
The FBI investigation of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s failure to protect state secrets contained in her emails entered its penultimate phase.
The payroll processing firm ADP released the National Employment Report showed 200,000 people were added to private sector payrolls in March.
Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders are basically two peas in a pod on economic policy, except for the socialist wanting to become Greece a bit faster.
Well, the statistics have been compiled and the results are in, and the conclusion about this current White House and its record of transparency is clear.