Louis Conforti, CEO of the Washington Prime Group, on CNBC’s Mad Money. Source: CNBC The U.S. shopping mall owner Washington Prime Group is preparing to potentially file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, with time running thin before the company defaults after it skipped an interest payment on its debt, Bloomberg reported Thursday. Last month, Washington
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On Wednesday, March 3, Portland City Councilor Jo Ann Hardesty was reportedly involved in a hit-and-run accident. According to Incident Report #2021-57962, police responded to a complaint in which a teacher reported Hardesty rear-ended her vehicle earlier in the evening before driving away. The news was broken first by the Coalition to Save Portland. According
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We can look to Operation Warp Speed for some good news mixed in amongst all of the disheartening news that we are being blasted with daily. I am a news junkie but even for me, the pace of the news in 2021 is frenetic and most of it is alarming. It really makes you question
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(spukkato/Getty Images) Greg Ip recently wrote in the Wall Street Journal that “anxiety about inflation is at a fever pitch, among economists and in markets.” (Some of that anxiety has been voiced around here.) Ip includes a graph that seems to back up the worriers. It uses the difference in yields between Treasury bonds that
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Late-night TV host Jimmy Kimmel skewered left-wing cancel culture that led to six Dr. Seuss books going out of print — on the birthday of the iconic children’s book author, no less — following accusations that a handful of his imaginary characters are based on racist stereotypes. What did Kimmel say? Kimmel hit back on
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Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.) on Wednesday slammed President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion “American Rescue Plan” as an “orgy of pork,” criticizing Democrats for refusing to compromise with Republicans and for loading the bill with spending that is unrelated to coronavirus relief. “President Biden said in putting together the bill, he said we want to meet
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Wednesday, House Democrats passed a massive “election reform” bill that calls for a “complete overhaul” of the current system, eliminating many safeguards for election integrity. No Republican supported the bill. The liberal hosts of The View, of course, cheered the highly partisan and controversial move on their Thursday show, while smearing Republicans for trying to “cheat”
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The implications of congressional Democrats’ proposed Equality Act are “tremendously disappointing,” Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., says.  The House of Representatives already has passed the legislation, which faces what many Congress-watchers believe will be a closely fought battle in the Senate. The Equality Act would make “gender identity” and “sexual orientation” protected classes under federal civil
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A nurse injects a boost dose during a coronavirus community vaccination event in Martinsburg, W.Va., February 25, 2021. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters) On the menu today: The CDC delays the release of its guidelines for vaccinated Americans, raising tough questions about what’s triggering its hesitation; the evidence that vaccination helps cut down on transmission a lot; and
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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has apologised following sexual harassment allegations against him but has refused to stand down. In his first public appearance since three women accused him of inappropriate touching and offensive remarks, the Democrat said he had “learned an important lesson”. “I now understand that I acted in a way that made
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ABC spent a lot of time and effort during Wednesday’s World News Tonight desperately peddling New York Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo’s so-called “apology,” after he was accused by three young women of sexual harassment including unwanted touching. In contrast, the CBS Evening News gave more time to sharing the reaction of his accusers, even speaking with
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The story of the college admissions scandal that produced more than fifty indictments against some very wealthy parents, and some famous parents, too, has been turned into a documentary by Netflix. Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal premieres on the streaming service on March 17 – green beer in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day
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President Joe Biden speaks during a briefing in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, D.C., January 29, 2021. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters) At the beginning of February, ten Republicans offered a bipartisan COVID-relief bill that was significantly smaller than what Joe Biden wanted. Biden met with the Republicans, said he had a good meeting,
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The Alabama Senate has passed a bill that would criminalize administering puberty blockers or performing sex change surgery on transgender minors. What are the details? According to The Hill, the legislation, dubbed the Vulnerable Child Compassion and Protection Act, passed the state’s upper chamber in a 23-4 vote Tuesday, and is now headed to the
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With the broadcast networks refusing to critically analyze President Biden’s $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill, they were intentionally refusing to tell their viewers about all the wasteful pork-barrel spending Democrats stuffed into it. But while the liberal media were helping the left with their cookout, Wednesday’s edition of the Fox News Channel’s Special Report was
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