Wireless telephone giant AT&T, in a bold attempt to reshape the wireless market, unveiled a mega deal over the weekend to acquire rival T-Mobile USA for $39 billion, marking the largest transaction of the year.

The House Domestic  Monetary Policy and Technology Subcommittee concluded in hearings March 17 — apparently boycotted by committee Democrats — that the Federal Reserve Bank's inflationary policies were hurting retirees at the expense of the economy's financial sector. The House Domestic Monetary Policy and Technology Subcommittee is chaired by Representative Ron Paul (R-Texas), a longtime critic of the Federal Reserve's inflationary policies.

On Sunday, March 6, Christiane Amanpour, moderator of ABC’s This Week, continued the network’s series “Made in America.”

In a clear indication of the times, economists predict that the odious tide of inflation will continue to ravage the U.S. economy, as the price of groceries and gasoline continues to soar.

After years of media hype and presidential accolades, Chevrolet has rolled out its new electric car, the Volt, to one of the coolest receptions since Ford began production of the Edsel; in fact, the only way that sales figures for Chevy’s new electric car can appear positive is by comparing them to the even more abysmal sales experienced by the Nissan Leaf.