One lawmaker is calling for a probe into how federal workers might have abused jobless benefits during the pandemic. She says that money was supposed to go to those who lost their jobs, not government fraudsters.
Pfizer responds to the Project Veritas video. The company denies what Jordan Walker said in the video, but it does not deny that he’s a Pfizer employee.
Ford is cutting prices for its Mustang Mach-E electric SUV—responding to Tesla in an EV price war.
The fate of President Joe Biden’s student loan forgiveness program is in the Supreme Court’s hands. Over 16 million approved applicants are in limbo.
New data from the Labor Department shows a record number of Americans missed work last year because of illnesses; long COVID could be to blame.
We hear from Dr. Robert Malone on the censorship of the recent Project Veritas video about Pfizer.
Stories in this episode:
1. Lawmaker Decries COVID Unemployment Fraud
2. Pfizer Responds to Project Veritas Video
3. MIT Professor: Stop All COVID mRNA Vaccines
4. Record Rate of Sick Work Absences in 2022
5. Fate of Biden Student Debt Plan To Be Decided
6. Ford Cuts Price for Mustang Mach-E SUV Models
7. E-Commerce Hits $1 Trillion Record
8. IRS Requires Digital Asset Income on Returns
9. TikTok CEO to Testify Before Congress
10. Smartphone Sales See Record Low in China
11. Dr. Malone: Even China Won’t Let Big Pharma Market Directly to Consumers