Here is How 2020's Candidates Plan to Lower Credit Card Fees
Politics

Here is How 2020's Candidates Plan to Lower Credit Card Fees

Bernie Sanders and rep Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are planning to set a nationwide 15% percent cap on the interest rates that consumers can be charged in a credit card.
Some Congress Members Still Believe Climate Change is Fake
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Some Congress Members Still Believe Climate Change is Fake

Despite the overwhelming scientific evidence, 53% of lawmakers in Washington have expressed their doubts about climate change and the possible effects it could have on human life.
The US Economy Grows 3.2% in First Quarter, Exceeding Expectations
Business

The US Economy Grows 3.2% in First Quarter, Exceeding Expectations

It is also the best growth rate posted in the first quarter over the last four years.
Bernie Sanders Raises an Interesting Debate on the Rights of Criminals to Vote
Politics

Bernie Sanders Raises an Interesting Debate on the Rights of Criminals to Vote

The presidential candidate thinks people who are incarcerated should be allowed to vote, and that this is the “direction” that the United States should be going.
Trump Rejects Resolution to End US Support for Saudi-Led War in Yemen
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Trump Rejects Resolution to End US Support for Saudi-Led War in Yemen

Congress voted early this month to invoke the War Powers Resolution in an effort to stop the involvement of the US in the Yemeni civil war, but now Trump just vetoed the resoluttion.
Uber's IPO Could Be the Biggest One in Years
Business

Uber's IPO Could Be the Biggest One in Years

Uber officially files for an initial public offering, and this week interest parties had a sneak preview of the company's strategy moving forward.

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