October 1, 2022

Housing Starts Unexpectedly Plunged in September

Homebuilding in the U.S. slowed down considerably in the final weeks of the summer, data from the Census Bureau showed Tuesday. Housing starts in September came in at an annual rate of 1.555 million, below the 1.61 million forecast. The starts figures for July and August were also revised down, suggesting that the home construction…

Jobless Claims Unexpectedly Climb Higher to 373,000

MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images New claims for unemployment benefits rose last week, the Department of Labor said Thursday. Initial jobless claims climbed to 373,000 for the week ended July 3. Economists polled by Econoday had estimated 353,000 new claims after last week’s initial estimate of 364,000. The prior week’s claims were revised up to…

‘I’d Like to Show You Something’: See How Hillary Clinton Reacts When Rep. Susan Brooks Unexpectedly Produces Two Stacks of Emails

Rep. Susan Brooks (R-Ind.) literally confronted former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton with two piles of her emails during Thursday’s highly anticipated House Benghazi Committee hearing. “I’d like to show you something,” Brooks said to Clinton as she pulled out the stacks of emails. In one pile, Brooks said, were emails that Clinton sent or […]

Surprise! Iran Finds “Unexpectedly High” Uranium Reserve

On the heels of Obama essentially securing a nuclear deal with Iran, which was supposed to be running low on uranium, the rogue nation just happened to “unexpectedly” find the nuclear raw material. What. Luck. “I cannot announce (the level of) Iran’s uranium mine reserves,” the state news agency IRNA quoted Iranian nuclear head Ali […]

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