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Trump campaign spent $4 million on his legal fees in March as Biden’s cash lead widens

Former President Trump’s campaign spent $4 million on his legal fees in March alone as President Biden’s cash lead continues to grow. Trump’s legal battles have already taken a sizable chunk out of his 2024 war chest, and his cases are only just now starting to hit courtrooms. The FEC data, first reported by the Wall Street Journal, shows that Trump’s campaign and related political…

San Francisco city officials threaten lawsuit over Oakland airport potential name change

Controversy is brewing in the East Bay as the city of San Francisco threatened to sue Oakland’s port commissioners if they changed the airport name to “San Francisco Bay Oakland International Airport.” On Monday, city officials sent a letter to the Oakland Board of Port Commissioners stating that the plans to use the term “San Francisco” in the renaming of Oakland’s airport infringe on SFO’s…

Yellen ends China trip with no breakthrough

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen wrapped up four-day trip to Beijing without much to show for it, acknowledging an unsure future for relations between the U.S. and China. After a series of economic meetings, it was at least agreed that more communication would take place. “There is much more work to do,” Ms. Yellen said at a Monday news conference. “And it remains unclear what this…

Florida man sues Disney, claims ferry crashed into dock, sent him falling into trash can

A Florida man is suing Walt Disney World after the ferry he was on crashed into a dock last year and sent him into a trash can, according to a lawsuit.  Justin Tripp was visiting Disney’s Magic Kingdom when he was riding a ferry boat from the parking lot on April 27, FOX Orlando reported. Tripp filed the lawsuit Monday in Orange County, Florida.  He…

Biden accused of failing to disclose vacations gifted to him by wealthy supporters

FIRST ON FOX: A conservative watchdog group is accusing President Biden of possible violations of federal financial disclosure laws related to lavish vacations he took at the homes of wealthy businessmen and Democratic donors.  Russ Vought, president of the Center for Renewing America, is asking the Department of Justice to investigate Biden for alleged “serious ethical lapses” in failing to disclose free vacations that do…

Tennessee factory employing immigrant children young as 14 forced to pay out almost $2M: Labor Department

A factory in Tennessee is being forced to pay out close to $2 million after it was discovered to employ immigrant teenagers in “oppressive child labor.” Ten children were found to be employed at the Tuff Torq factory in Talbott, Tennessee – a facility that manufactures lawn mower parts – after an investigation by the Labor Department. “Even one child working in a dangerous environment…

California food chains laying off workers ahead of new minimum wage law

Some California fast-food locations are letting go of workers ahead of a new $20 minimum wage law slated to take effect in April that could dramatically impact their bottom lines.  Several eateries, particularly pizza chains, have begun to cut jobs, in an effort to get ahead of the possible financial repercussions, The Wall Street Journal reported.  Michael Ojeda, 29, a Pizza Hut driver in Ontario,…

US agriculture industry gears up for futuristic aerial ‘drone-swarm’ farming after FAA decision

A new exemption for drone piloting from the Federal Aviation Administration has cleared the airways for “drone-swarm” agriculture, a method of seeding and spraying crops at a fraction of the traditional cost. Hylio, a Texas-based drone manufacturer, successfully applied for an exemption from the FAA to allow fleets of drones weighing 55 pounds or more to fly together.  It’s the first exception of its kind…

Planet Fitness value plummets $400M after transgender turmoil

Planet Fitness critics are saying “go woke, go broke,” calling on the top fitness chain to receive the “Bud Light” treatment after an uproar over its transgender locker room policy created a social media stir. The chain saw a $400 million dive in valuation from $5.3 billion to $4.9 billion just days after revoking an Alaska woman’s membership for snapping photos of a transgender woman,…