Ford CFO flags increase in car loan delinquencies

Slatestone Wealth chief market strategist Kenny Polcari discusses the Federal Reserve’s decision to raise rates. A rise in auto loan delinquencies, or late payments, may be the next signal that the U.S. economy is headed towards a potential recession, according to a new warning from Ford Credit, the automaker’s financing arm.   “We are seeing … Read more

Sherlocked apps at WWDC 2022 – Camo fights back

This year’s WWDC announcements saw quite a few Sherlocked apps – the colloquial term for Apple announcing new built-in features which replicate those previously available in third-party apps. At least one developer is fighting back, however, announcing new features that it hopes will enable its own app to remain relevant despite Apple incorporating its core … Read more

Dead End: Paranormal Park review — Hamish Steele’s new series is scary good

Netflix’s Dead End: Paranormal Park is an animated adaptation of Hamish Steele’s DeadEndia graphic novel series, but the new show’s first season is also a shining example of the magic queer creators can work when given the resources and freedom to tell their own stories. Though Dead End’s tale about wayward teens finding themselves as … Read more

The Love Horoscope For Each Zodiac Sign On Friday, June 17, 2022

For Friday’s love and relationship horoscope by zodiac sign, resident astrologer, Aria Gmitter shares how current astrological events affect you on June 17, 2022. RELATED: The Luckiest Day Of The Year For Each Zodiac Sign In 2022 Read on for what love horoscope has in store for your zodiac sign on Friday, June 17, 2022. … Read more

Jack Del Rio Was Right About The George Floyd Riots vs. The Capitol Riot

National Football League defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio was fined $100,000 by the Washington Commanders last week after he dared to voice an unauthorized opinion regarding the partisan Jan. 6 show trial now underway on Capitol Hill. Refusing to parrot tired Democrat-issued talking points, Del Rio made a fairly straightforward observation to reporters when he … Read more