The Manhattan District Attorney is charging the Trump Organization and its Chief Financial Officer for tax fraud and grand larceny, President Biden is briefed on rescue efforts in Surfside, Florida, and the Supreme Court upholds Arizona’s election laws.
The Trump Organization and its chief financial officer plead not guilty today, after the Manhattan district attorney charged them with tax fraud. Luxury spending is booming. What’s hot? And what’s behind the surge? And what would we need to do to transform our economy to take on climate change? John Kerry says the change could be even bigger than the […]
Rescuers not giving up hope in the search for survivors of last week’s condo collapse in Florida. We hear from one crew member. And what do local residents have to say?
Arizona’s Republican controlled legislature has voted to block Democrat Secretary of State Katie Hobbs from participating in state election lawsuits. Hobbs is a vocal critic of the Republican backed election audit in Maricopa County.
There’s a big drop in the number of migrant children at the largest emergency shelter in the U.S. That’s while two states pledge to send law enforcement to the southern border.
A lawyer for Trump says the Manhattan District Attorney won’t be bringing charges against the former president, officials identify victims who lost their lives in the collapse of the Miami Condo building, and an expert gives us her take on why Venezuelans are illegally crossing into the U.S. in droves.
Five people are reportedly in the hospital after a pedestrian bridge collapse in Washington D.C., the Biden administration has put together what it calls a comprehensive plan to prevent gun violence, and over 1,200 young adults are suffering from heart inflammation after getting the CCP virus vaccine.
Morgan Stanley told its employees that it’ll soon stop workers and visitors from entering its New York buildings if they are not fully vaccinated. Republican governors have ended COVID unemployment benefits early because they’re making it hard for businesses to hire. Now, one governor has been sued. California is asking electric vehicle owners in the […]
After 15 months, Michigan’s restaurants and other businesses are finally allowed to go back to normal. They can now run at full capacity again. Employers beware, a new survey says half of workers in the U.S. are re-evaluating their career goals after the pandemic. And it seems like the market for talent is becoming more and more […]