Tuesday, May 21, 2024


Iranian officials confirmed that President Ebrahim Raisi died Sunday in a helicopter crash after finding the charred wreckage of the craft. Vice President Mohammad Mokhber took over as interim president. (See Video)

➤ Former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen admitted under cross-examination Monday that he stole $30,000 from the Trump Organization instead of paying it to a vendor. (More)

The Supreme Court declined to hear a challenge to Maryland’s ban on certain semi-automatic firearms, often referred to in the media as “assault weapons.” The case is currently being heard in the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals. (More)

 Donald Trump told a Dallas TV station that Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton would be a strong choice to run the Justice Department as attorney general if Trump is re-elected. (More)

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Beware the Digital Dollar: Unveiling Its Terrifying Realities!

The purchasing power of the US dollar is rapidly dwindling. You have been deceived, as the government’s promises of financial stability crumble before your own eyes.

Now, more than ever, it is crucial for you to move out of the high-risk zone and take immediate action to protect your wealth. The solution lies in the timeless power of an asset that the government, banks, and Wall Street don’t want you to have.

The signs of the dollar’s decline are impossible to ignore. Inflation is soaring and the cost of everyday goods and services are spiraling out of control.

It doesn’t stop there. Amidst all the lies and chaos, President Biden snuck in Executive Order 14067. The Digital Dollar, poised to roll out soon, is the Fed’s sinister attempt to end privacy as you know it by tracking and controlling your every financial move.

This Free Wealth Protection Guide helps you diversify your assets and protect your financial privacy.


➤ Joey Logano won the NASCAR All-Star Race Sunday night, but his victory was overshadowed by a fistfight between drivers Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Kyle Busch captured on camera. (See Video)

The Minnesota Timberwolves eliminated the NBA champion Denver Nuggets, and the Indiana Pacers knocked out the New York Knicks this weekend, leaving just four teams to battle it out in the conference finals series. (See Playoff Schedule)

➤ Jim Otto, the NFL Hall of Fame center who joined the Oakland Raiders in 1960, died Sunday night at age 86. Known as “Mr. Raider,” he played for the team for 15 years. (See Photo)

Yesterday’s results: MLB | NBA | WNBA | NHL 


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Him and Hers Health Inc.

Big Stock Move: Him and Hers Health shares jumped 28% Monday on news that the digital pharmacy startup would give consumers direct access to GLP-1 weight-loss injections. (More)

Target plans to cut prices on up to 5,000 food, drink, and essential household goods to attract consumers struggling with higher prices for groceries. (See Details)

➤ Red Lobster filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection as it seeks a buyer for the troubled chain. The company lost $76 million in 2023, partly driven by an expensive “endless shrimp” promotion. (More)

➤ A Senate investigation found that BMW, Jaguar Land Rover, and Volkswagen bought parts built by Chinese forced labor, a practice the federal government banned for use in cars imported into the U.S. (More)

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Will It Be the End of Our Economic Freedoms?

A major ground shift is occurring in the world of finance right now and anyone who is not prepared will be caught completely off guard and could be holding a bunch of worthless dollars.

The U.S. Federal Reserve, along with other central banks worldwide, has been studying the implications of CBDCs (Central Bank Digital Currencies), including how they might impact the financial system, monetary policy, and financial stability.

In this 100% Free Wealth Kit, we will delve into these issues, providing insights into the interconnected nature of these challenges and offer considerations for individuals seeking financial resilience.

Science & Technology

A meteor moving 100,000 miles an hour blazed across Spain and Portugal this weekend, igniting a fiery green, blue, and white light show in the process. (See Video)

Elon Musk’s Neuralink company is accepting applications for a second human volunteer to have a computer interface implanted in their brain. The company said its first implant “partially retracted” from the initial participant’s brain. (See Details)

 OpenAI paused ChatGPT’s use of a Scarlett Johansson-like voice. The company claims the voice wasn’t meant to sound like the actress—who famously played an AI system in the movie “Her”—but halted its use after questions were raised. (More)

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Travel Tuesday

The TSA expects to screen 18 million passengers during Memorial Day weekend, up 6.5% from last year’s holiday travel. The busiest day will be Friday when nearly 3 million will pass through airports. (More)

The famed Mirage Hotel in Las Vegas will officially shut its doors on July 17 after 35 years. The property will reopen in 2027 as the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, featuring a 700-foot-tall guitar. (More)

➤ Royal Caribbean cruise ships have introduced “Washy Washy,” a character who sings health-themed covers of pop songs to remind guests to wash their hands before entering dining areas. (See Video, Bottom of Page)

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Et Cetera

 Five shootings in Savannah, GA, this weekend killed at least two and injured 14, including 11 adults shot in an incident at Ellis Square in downtown Savannah Saturday night. (See Details)

Severe storms and tornadoes swept through Oklahoma and Kansas Sunday, blowing roofs off homes and downing trees and power lines. At least two people were injured. (See Photos)

An Idaho man tied a world record by breaking 110 pencils in one minute, a disappointment because he was racing to break 111 pencils and was defeated by a stop-watch snafu. (See Video)

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“With what audacity do you compare Hamas, that murdered, burned, butchered, decapitated, raped, and kidnapped our brothers and sisters, and the IDF soldiers fighting a just war?”

—  Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on the International Criminal Court seeking arrest warrants on both sides in Gaza.

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