Number of US oil rigs drop again, signifying that more cutbacks could still come
Economic tensions in Iran and decline in drilling activities caused prices of oil to shoot up on Friday.
by Jason Furze
Biden Pushes Admin's 'Tuition-Free' Community College Plan
Vice President claims big banks who funded Obama could be forced to cover costs.
by J.J. McGrath

China Says US Backs Its Campaign To Hunt Down 'Economic Fugitives'
US agrees to track Chinese accused of economic crimes in America.
by Reuters
JPMorgan Chase CEO: Economic Crisis Inevitable
“There will be another crisis, and its impact will be felt by the financial markets,” he wrote.
by Kit Daniels

Today's Money Regimes Are Doomed To Failure
Current system of issuing money and credit intrinsically benefits the few at the expense of the many.
by Charles Hugh-Smith
How To Shut Someone Up The Next Time They Blame The Winter For The Economic Collapse
Three of the four months this winter were warmer than normal.
by Zero Hedge

Walgreens shutters 200 U.S. stores
Aims to reduce expenses by $1.5 billion over three years…
by CNN Money
Texas Wind Farm Was a $3.7 Million Scam
Man convicted of two counts of wire fraud, two counts of making false testimony under oath in a bankruptcy proceeding and one count of making a false statement in a bankruptcy case.
by David Lee


Once Over $12 Trillion, the World’s Currency Reserves Are Now Shrinking
Shrinking Currency Reserves Threaten Emerging Asia…
by Ye Xie, Andrea Wong
The incredible shrinking megacity: How Los Angeles engineered a housing crisis
Los Angeles used to be the promised land for America’s homeowners. Now it’s tearing at the seams…
by Henry Grabar

Will Boxing Star’s Huge Tax Bill Be Enough for the IRS?
IRS targets anyone with cash.
by Matthew Doarnberger
Warning sign: U.S. economy only adds 126,000 jobs
“It’s a bad first quarter.”
by CNN Money

Americans Not in Labor Force Exceed 93 Million for First Time
62.7% Labor Force Participation Matches 37-Year Low.
by Ali Meyer
You are not going to like this: What California’s drought means for US food prices
California Drought Means Higher US Food Prices On Almonds, Avocados and More…
by Owen Davis

California Farmers On Drought: ‘You’re Going To See Higher Prices’
Drought likely to hit Americans in the wallet.
by CBS Los Angeles
Georgia hikes gas tax
Legislation will increase state’s gas tax to 26 cents, replacing existing 19-cents-per-gallon sales tax.
by Keith Laing