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Jordan Peele’s ‘Us’ is tracking to make more money than ‘Get Out’ and ‘A Quiet Place’ in its opening weekend...

"Us," from "Get Out" director Jordan Peele, is expected to have a huge opening at the box office this weekend.
"Us" is Jordan Peele's second film he's written and directed.

Jordan Peele’s latest movie ‘Us’ is nothing like his breakout hit ‘Get Out’ — and that’s a good thing

After his breakout hit "Get Out," Jordan Peele returns with a new, and very different, twisted tale.
A worker collects cuttings from a marijuana plant at the Canopy Growth Corporation facility in Smiths Falls

Marijuana is the fastest-growing industry in the US job market, according to a new report

Marijuana is the fastest-growing industry in the US job market, according to a new report
Roughneck Brian Waldner is covered in mud and oil while wrestling pipe on a True Company oil drilling rig outside Watford, North Dakota.

The US is set to become the world’s biggest oil exporter thanks to the fracking revolution

The US shale boom has made it one of the world's largest energy producers and potentially the largest oil exporter globally in five years.
Locals are not as fascinated with Grand Central Terminal as tourists are.

11 US attractions that tourists love but locals hate

From party spots like Bourbon Street to attractions like Mount Rushmore, these are the tourist destinations that locals often despise.
Target recorded its strongest quarterly growth in shopper traffic in more than a decade.

Americans are getting more optimistic about the economy

Public confidence in the economy rose more than expected in the US in early March, particularly among lower- and middle-class households.

A trade deal won’t save the world’s largest economies from slowing down this year

Even if the US and China reach an agreement to end a trade war, the largest economies are still set to slow in coming months.

A fifth of Americans say they have zero savings

About 21% of Americans have no money tucked away for unexpected costs, according to a new survey.

A bizarre series of events has caused havoc for recent economic data and a headache for forecasters

Forecasts for the number of jobs created each month haven’t been this off in more than two and a half years, a Business Insider analysis found.