His campaign promise to end fossil fuel development on public lands was thwarted by U.S. courts, high gas prices and Russia’s domination of Western European energy.
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Check out the mortgage rates for July 1, 2022, which are a mixed bag from yesterday.
Talk of recession risk is heating up, sending mortgage rates down this week after weeks of increases, according to Freddie Mac.
Patient advocates call the move a huge advance, but they question whether medical debt should be on credit reports at all.
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TABC says major holidays often result in busy crowds at bars, restaurants and clubs, increasing the risk of alcohol-related violations.
The Ford F-150 Lightning truck safety compliance recall covers 2,666 vehicles in the U.S. and 220 in Canada in the 2022 model year.
In a report, the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) says the underlying technology of deepfakes "can replace faces, manipulate facial expressions, synthesize faces, and synthesize speech."
Gas prices hit $5 per gallon in June, marking a new all-time high, according to data from AAA.
Check out the mortgage refinancing rates for June 29, 2022, which are largely up from yesterday.
Check out the mortgage rates for June 29, 2022, which are up from yesterday.
Delta said it anticipates air travel volumes “not seen since before the pandemic” over the period of July 1 to Independence Day.
Bed Bath & Beyond is being accused of turning off the air conditioning in stores in an effort to cut costs as the retailer grapples with a significant drop in sales.
Disney CEO, Bob Chapek, was extended an additional three years to his contract at The Walt Disney Company.
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Check out the mortgage rates for June 28, 2022, which are mixed from yesterday.
Walmart called the lawsuit “factually flawed and legally baseless.”
Due to real estate costs, Chevron is selling the property of its current San Ramon headquarters, and will be moving into a new leased space in the same city.