Over time, it’s become clear that the globalist cabal seeking to implement a one world government repeatedly tells us what they’re about to do. Tabletop pandemic simulations, for example, are a form of dress rehearsal.
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WeWork, a premiere coworking site provider, has burned through more than $10 billion of its backers’ money since 2020 without turning a profit, slammed first by the COVID lockdown and now by ever-rising interest rates and massive layoffs of tech workers, WeWork’s chief source of tenants.
A battle is taking shape in the U.S. between office property owners and the cities where those buildings stand.
As interest rates rise and consumer spending shrinks, COVID-era federal rescue loans are coming due for thousands of small businesses.
November’s U.S. retail sales slipped 0.6 percent from October, double the 0.3-percent drop predicted by Dow Jones.
The Pentagon vastly undercounted the number of military personnel at bases who were exposed to drinking water that was contaminated with “forever chemicals,” an environmental group said, after analyzing a Defense Department report that was released in April.
A newly published study found that there are about 74 metric tons of microplastics in Auckland, New Zealand’s atmosphere that could be inhaled by residents there and accumulate in their bodies.
Canadians are feeling the pinch due to soaring energy bills and inflation and are cutting back on the amount of food they consume and may need to seek assistance to make ends meet.
Aspartame, a sweetener introduced in 1981 to replace sucrose, was shown to increase anxiety in a recent study on mice—and the effect could be seen in two generations of the animals’ offspring.
Workers at the luxury car company Rolls-Royce secured a significant pay increase after threatening to go on strike over stagnant salaries after the company had a banner year in sales.