Hawaii has the most expensive gas in the U.S., followed by California and Washington. The cheapest gas prices are in Oklahoma and Gulf Coast states like Mississippi and Texas.
North and South America are a combined supercontinent anchored by the United States, a superpower whose internal direction and external outlook are under question. Identity politics, migration, and great power competition are shaking up the status quo and challenging once-dominant forces.
Debates over identity and belonging, while fraught these days, are inherent to the American Jewish experience, says writer Emily Tamkin.
Angered by President Biden’s Gaza policy, many Arab and Muslim Americans in swing states say they won’t vote for the president again in 2024.
The 2024 U.S. presidential elections may shape not just the future of the Supreme Court, but also that of America’s democracy and global role.
Mazi Pilip’s IDF service, seen as an advantage in the NY-3 special election, may end up being neutralized by Tom Suozzi’s pro-Israel record.
Apple, Tesla, Nvidia, and other “magnificent seven” stocks have had a great run in 2023, but they face greater headwinds in 2024.
Francisco Rodríguez joins host Arif Rafiq to discuss Venezuela’s long political and economic crises, their links to the migrant crisis, and the role played by the U.S.
Venezuela’s territorial dispute with neighboring Guyana is a longstanding one made worse by news of the oil and gas potential in Essequibo.
The CHIPS Act’s subsidies aim to boost U.S. semiconductor production, which could hurt Asian exporters and prompt global subsidy responses.
Javier Milei plans radical changes for Argentina’s economy, including getting rid of the Central Bank and adopting the U.S. dollar.