Most Americans are struggling with rising prices, dipping into savings just to cover expenses. A new report details people’s financial pain.
U.S. homebuilding plummets in May to its lowest level in over a year. What’s behind the drop?
Cosmetics giant Revlon files for bankruptcy, weighed down by heavy debt, supply chain issues, and surging costs.
Apple is being sued in the UK for nearly $1 billion for making older iPhones run slower.
A new cinema experience debuts in Chicago, complete with movies, dinner, and even a skyline. Moviegoers are raving about it.
Topics in this episode include:
1. Americans Scrambling to Cover Expenses: NRF
2. Mortgage Rates: Biggest Weekly Jump Since ’87
3. U.S. Homebuilding Falls Over 14% in May
4. Wall Street Banks Profit Off of Volatility
5. Recession Protection Tips
6. Walmart Gives Pharmacy Workers a Raise
7. Revlon Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
8. Heat, Humidity Kill at Least 2K Kansas Cattle
9. California Has a Simple Fix for Water Cheats
10. Abbott Halts Baby Formula Production Again
11. Bill Introduced to Ban Oil Exports to China
12. U.S. Output Lags China in Key Industries: RPT
13. New Class Action Lawsuit Against Apple
14. Amazon Announces 2022 Prime Days
15. The Ultimate Outdoor Movie Night
16. Ford Recalls 2.9 Million Vehicles
17. Flying in a Double Decker Airplane Seat
18. NASA Sets Date for Mega Moon Rocket Test
19. Horticulture Show Features Tech Solutions