Politics

Investment advisory firm Subversive Captial has filed registration documents to create two new ETFs, one to track trades of Republican members of Congress and one to track Democrats.
The German government Friday morning placed three Russian-controlled oil refineries under trusteeship, seizing control of operations from Russian oil giant Rosneft.
The White House has issued a new report on the implications of crypto assets on U.S. climate change goals. Here are the highlights.
Maryland is one of five states in which voters will have a chance to decide in November whether or not to legalize marijuana.
Colorado residents have the opportunity to vote on the decriminalization of psilocybin and other psychedelics on November 8.
A new report indicates that the world's five largest oil and gas producers spend more heavily on talking about climate change than they do on investing in taking steps to slow it down.
As President Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act, the federal government was ordering drastic water cuts out west.
Semiconductors, especially advanced chips made with the latest technology, have become the latest flash point in the competition between the United States and China.
A 24/7 Wall St. analysis reveals that this senator from Kentucky is the least popular.
President Biden has ordered up some sunshine for U.S. solar energy companies.
Credit Suisse strategist Zoltan Pozsar looks ahead to what the commodities markets might look like once the Russian invasion of Ukraine ends.
A 24/7 Wall St. analysis reveals that this business lobbying group spends the most to lobby the federal government.
Are Russian ground forces really withdrawing from positions near Kyiv? And is Russia using hypersonic missiles in Ukraine?
The Moscow stock exchange reopened for a shortened session Thursday, and Russia is about to demand payment for natural gas in rubles. The United States and its NATO partners are expected to announce...
Ukrainian forces have succeeded in repelling new Russian assaults, according to overnight reports, and more sanctions against Russia are expected to be announced Thursday.