Three weeks ago, Citi’s political analyst Tina Fordham, who listed the numerous potential October surprise “black swans” that could affect the election yet not even she could imagine the return of Anthony Weiner to the front and center stage of politics…
Let us recognize today a heroic woman who parlayed her resourcefulness and hustle into a scheme that involved her convincing her 20 boyfriends to buy her 20 new iPhone 7s, which she then sold, using the profits to put a down payment on a house.
In every country where a revolution has taken place (whether it be a “soft” revolution or a violent overthrow), those who are part of the winning team make a point of glorifying the revolution and all the “good” that it has brought. For this
WARREN, Michigan — Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump vowed before a packed audience of roughly 2,000 in a high school gymnasium on Monday afternoon: “In eight days, we are going to win the state of Michigan.” The boisterous crowd was the second Trump had addressed in the state, having
The news that the Swedish Tax Agency has officially declared that Raoul Wallenberg died on July 31, 1952, returns the Swedish diplomat to headlines decades after his disappearance. But why did it take so long to achieve this resolution on a case that began in the 1940s?
Sports broadcaster Joe Buck lavishes so much praise on 23-year-old Chicago Cubs outfielder Kyle Schwarber during this year’s World Series, it prompted one fan to open up a wedding registry for the two at Bed Bath and Beyond.
Nowadays in November, one might see follicly capable men growing mustaches to show their support for men’s health causes, an annual event dubbed “Movember.” But in the mid-to-late 19th century, men had a different reason for growing out their mustaches in November: to show that they were old enough to
Pro-Hillary Clinton super PAC Correct the Record accepted $250,000 in illegal contributions from a charity backed by a Boston-based construction firm already in trouble this year for its political donations.
Suffolk Cares Inc., a nonprofit charity registered under section 501(c)(3) of federal tax code, gave Correct the Record $100,000 on
A massive plume of smoke is filling the skyline after a gas pipeline exploded in Helena, Alabama according to CBS42. Fire units are headed to the scene, according to McAdory Fire Station #2. Alagasco has stated that the fire is from a petroleum line. According to the Shelby County Sheriff’s
A Michigan mother is furious that now-DNC Chairwoman Donna Brazile sent Hillary Clinton advance notice of her question at a Democratic presidential debate in Flint, Michigan this March. At the time, LeeAnne Walters said Clinton’s response (even with the advance notice) made her want to “vomit.”
For months now we have been writing about the collapse of class 8 truck orders. For the month of September, net class 8 orders were down 16% YoY while LTM orders were down a staggering 41%. In fact, the level of trailing 12-month net orders is the lowest since January
Government programs (such as subsidies and student loans) designed to inflate both the supply and demand for higher education have driven a wedge between universities, students, and employers. Like any other economic good, the value of a higher education degree is
BATON ROUGE, Louisiana – Voters in the Sportsman’s Paradise State have shattered previous early voting records in the first three days as the 2016 presidential race tightens between GOP nominee Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
There’s hardly a more educated group of people than physicians, who spend about 14 years in training. Yet they’re some of the least likely Americans to shape the nation’s political future, suggests a new commentary published in Annals of Internal Medicine.
Despite the government’s huge influence on health care, doctors