Politics

Congress was the least trusted institution in 2020, according to a Gallup poll.
Wednesday's announcement of a draft bill that would decriminalize marijuana sent cannabis stocks plummeting. At least some analysts, however, continue to believe in the sector.
At 46 years of age, John F. Kennedy was the youngest U.S. president to die.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is scheduled to announce legislation Wednesday that would decriminalize marijuana.
Five members of the U.S. Senate, all Republicans, have announced their departures.
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled against a group of hedge funds seeking a distribution from some $100 billion in the profits of government-sponsored enterprises Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Apple's plans to disrupt the health care sector have achieved only moderate success according to a Wall Street Journal report.
Tesla's Model 3 was one of the world's 20-best-selling vehicles of any kind last year.
Five bills have been introduced in Congress that seek to constrain the way the country's (and the world's) largest tech companies operate.
Apple has reportedly hired another auto industry veteran to help it get an Apple Car (whatever and whenever that will be) to market.
As Apple continues to strengthen its hold on user privacy, it is also upending some business models.
Tesla is considering paying in advance for guaranteed delivery of the semiconductors it needs and is toying with the idea of building its own chip fab.
Apple's product introduction event, Spring Loaded, offered no big surprises. Those came after the event was over and the fine print was released.
The event we've all been waiting for, Apple's Spring Loaded new products announcement, is finally here.
After more than a year of contending with waves of criticism, Dr. Anthony Fauci continues to be unflappable.