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  • Biden prisoner exchange for Brittney Griner leaves behind Marine veteran Paul Whelan — again

    President Biden’s prisoner exchange with Russia secured the release of WNBA star Brittney Griner on Thursday but left U.S. Marine veteran Paul Whelan in Russian custody. Whelan has been in Russian custody since 2018 when he was sentenced to 16 years in prison on espionage charges. Griner had been in Russian custody since February after…

  • Vera Jourová Continues to Lecture Hungary over EU Funds

    In the area of justice, Hungary must also meet a number of conditions to receive the EU funds it is entitled to, the Czech vice-president of the European Commission said. Hungary must bolster the independence of its judiciary “very soon” to stand a realistic chance of getting any of the 15.4 billion euros envisaged for…

  • 5 explosive moments from Fani Willis' heated testimony in Trump Fulton County case: 'If this happens again …'

    Sparks flew in a Fulton County, Georgia, courtroom Thursday afternoon when embattled Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis took the stand to testify against allegations she had an “improper” affair with special prosecutor Nathan Wade, which could derail her case against former President Trump. At one point, Willis was asked by a Trump lawyer, Ashley…

  • Would you agree to skip college for $100,000?

    <!–> America’s career coach Ken Coleman reacts to billionaire Peter Thiel offering entrepreneurs $100K to skip college and start their own business on ‘The Big Money Show.’ Between 1980 and 2020, the average price of tuition, fees and room and board for an undergraduate degree increased by a whopping 169%. More than half of bachelor’s degree recipients…

  • President Katalin Novák Wants to Stand Up for Families

    The room for maneuver of a head of state is quite different from that of a government, but I still think it is important to stand up for families and family values, President Katalin Novák said in an interview with TV2’s Tények program on Monday. The head of state expressed hope that after the pandemic…

  • Dove, Suave, TRESemmé, other dry shampoo products recalled due to high levels of benzene

    Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com More than two dozen popular dry shampoo aerosol products are being recalled due to “potentially elevated levels of benzene,” federal health officials warned.  Unilever issued a recall for certain lot codes of its Dove, Nexxus, Suave, TIGI (Rockaholic and Bed Head) as well as TRESemmé dry shampoo aerosol products after…

  • German police start removing climate activists from Lützerath

    A police operation is underway to remove protesters from the village of Lützerath in western Germany. The authorities have started building a fence around the village telling the activists to leave. Around a thousand climate protesters have been occupying the village for more than two years over plans to expand the nearby massive open-cast mine. The…

  • Kremlin: Viktor Orbán’s Fears of Russian Threat Unfounded

      Viktor Orbán (L) and Vladimir Putin on October 16, 2023 in Beijing. Russia does not pose a threat to states from which it is not threatened, and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s fears are unfounded, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Wednesday. “We are far from agreeing with Mr. Orbán on everything, Russia…

  • “Sleepless nights are ahead of us” Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić

    Eleventh-hour talks in Brussels aimed at diffusing tensions between Kosovo and Serbia have ended without a result.  The EU’s top diplomat Josep Borrell, said Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti of showing “unconstructive behaviour,” in particular, Kosovo. Serbia – Kosovo tensions Long-simmering tensions between Serbia and its former province mounted again…

  • Homebuyers looking to relocate due to affordability, Redfin says – here’s where they moved to

    Miami was the most popular destination for homebuyers searching for a more affordable location to live, according to a Redfin report. (iStock) Homebuyers looking for less expensive cities are relocating in record numbers, a recent report said. A record 33.9% of Redfin users considered moving to another metro in July and August, according to the…

  • A Buffett protégé makes an offbeat bet: Buy San Francisco real estate

    <!–> Howard Buffett explains how his childhood experiences influenced him to become a philanthropist. Most investors are running away from San Francisco’s downtown real-estate market, but Ian Jacobs is heading in. Call it a family tradition. Jacobs is an heir of the Toronto-based Reichmann real-estate dynasty, which made a fortune buying properties in nearly bankrupt…

  • Viktor Orbán Not Planning to Hang up His Coat Yet

    Viktor Orbán in 1990 Prime Minister Viktor Orbán held his end-of-year press conference on Wednesday and was asked how long he plans to remain active in politics. Prime Minister Viktor Orbán was asked by Telex about his future plans at a press conference on Wednesday, as he turns 60 next year. The prime minister said…

  • IRS says your tax refund could be smaller in 2023 – here's why

    Tax Foundation President Emeritus Scott Hodge explains how the purposed expansion of the child tax credit is an inflationary policy and puts added pressure on the IRS on ‘Cavuto: Coast to Coast.’ Americans counting on a tax refund in 2023 should prepare for the likelihood of a smaller payment, according to the Internal Revenue Service. …

  • Fidesz MEP Hidvéghi Slams Brussels Corruption

    Balázs Hidvéghi, an MEP of the governing Fidesz party, was asked about the corruption scandal – also known as Qatargate – in the European Parliament by daily Magyar Nemzet. According to Hidvéghi, “the European Parliament is very seriously detached from the electorate and from external control.” “A corruption machine has been exposed. It cannot be…

  • Shoppers are still adjusting to inflation — but holiday spending is expected to be in "full force"

    New York CNN Business  —  Black Friday isn’t what it used to be. But many Americans are still expected to spend on the holiday. Mastercard projects that sales will grow 15% on Black Friday compared with last year. Spending will be driven by shopping in stores, which was more muted last year due to a…

  • Rep. Carlos Giménez urges DHS to reconsider allowing Border Patrols chiefs to testify before Congress

    EXCLUSIVE: Rep. Carlos Giménez, R-Fla., is urging Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas to reconsider allowing four senior border officials to testify before Congress about the migrant crisis.  In a letter obtained first by Fox News Digital, Giménez argues that Americans have witnessed the largest migratory and border crisis in recent memory.  “This crisis…

  • T‑Mobile, Delta Air Lines launch free in-flight Wi‑Fi

    Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian discusses solutions to solving the pilot shortage and reveals if the airline will ever deploy drone passenger carriers on ‘The Claman Countdown.’ T‑Mobile and Delta Air Lines officially launched free inflight Wi-Fi for SkyMiles members.  Regardless of their wireless provider, travelers will have access to fast, free Wi-Fi all…

  • Viktor Orbán Calls for Tougher EU Measures against Migration

    Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán held an online discussion with his European partners ahead of the EU summit to discuss migration, economic difficulties, and the war in Ukraine. In preparation for the EU summit beginning on Thursday, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán attended a joint video conference with the Polish, Belgian, Finnish, and Maltese prime ministers,…

  • Viktor Orbán Praises Jair Bolsonaro

    The Hungarian Prime Minister’s ally in Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, has to face a second round in the presidential elections. Viktor Orbán praised his achievements in a video message. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán sent a video message to Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, ahead of the first round of the presidential elections last weekend. “I have…

  • President Katalin Novák Visits Iraq

    Katalin Novák, the first Hungarian President to visit the Middle Eastern country, has arrived in Iraq for a three-day visit. The president is in Iraq from Thursday to Saturday, where she will meet Hungarian soldiers stationed there and visit humanitarian projects implemented through the Hungary Helps program. On Friday, Katalin Novák met with Iraqi President…