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.
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.
Apple Disables Group FaceTime Calls Completely After Security Bug
Technology

Apple Disables Group FaceTime Calls Completely After Security Bug

A security glitch in Apple’s FaceTime app is letting people hear the other person they’re calling even if the call has not been accepted. In some cases, the glitch also allows users to see real-time video of the people they are calling.
The US Added 312,000 Jobs in December with Unemployment Rising to 3.9%
Business

The US Added 312,000 Jobs in December with Unemployment Rising to 3.9%

The Labor Department released its official employment figures for the month of December. Although the US added 312k jobs, unemployment rate rose to 3,9% compared to the 3,7% in November.
Melania Trump Calls for the Dismissal of Senior Aide
Politics

Melania Trump Calls for the Dismissal of Senior Aide

It appears that first lady Melania Trump has expressed on numerous occasions her distaste for a particular White House aide.
Apple Loses $190 Billion and It’s Now Worth Less Than $1 Trillion
Business

Apple Loses $190 Billion and It’s Now Worth Less Than $1 Trillion

Although Apple had become a trillion dollar company recently, that status no longer applies as of recent.

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