By Sydney Eisenberg Published February 14, 2019
In President Donald Trump’s February 5th State of the Union address, he flaunted America as having the “world’s hottest economy,” and he also proudly exclaimed that we are on the brink of an “economic miracle.” However, the US stock market is slowly recovering from hitting a more-than-one-year low shortly before the new year, and the effect of the longest government shutdown in history has yet to show its true impact.
By Sydney Eisenberg Published November 19, 2018
Toward the end of the week of November 5th, a series of wildfires began to tear through Northern and Southern California. Over a quarter of a million people have been forced to evacuate as the fires rage through the state, threatening everything from personal homes to famous Hollywood sets.
By Sydney Eisenberg Published May 6, 2018
Search. Add to Cart. Checkout. “Your [insert item name here] will arrive in 2 days!” In a digital world, we can do almost all of our shopping with the click of a button. Depending on what site you shop from, you may not even have to pay sales tax! However, what seems like a lucky break to online consumers is soon going to pose a major question in Congress following the recently argued Supreme Court Case South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc.
By Sydney Eisenberg Published October 19, 2017
On October 1st, 2017, Stephen Paddock fired into a crowd at a country music festival in Las Vegas, Nevada. As news of the catastrophe spread, gun stock prices started to rise, and bump stock mechanisms quickly ran out of stock at major retailers across the country.