Chris Christie is running for President in a crowded Republican field, promising to fight for us. But where will he get money for this expensive endeavor? Recent history may answer that question.
Archive for June, 2015
The flight attendants who filed the current lawsuit reported that toxic fumes made them feel dizzy, pass out, vomit, and speak incoherently.
“People shouldn’t be measured by what they look like,” Twitter heir apparent Jack Dorsey told CNBC.
Will anyone notice Williams’ return? And if they do, will they believe anything Williams reports?
In a historic gesture that symbolizes the status of women in American politics and culture, the U.S. Treasury will put a woman on the $10 bill.
Because California is influential and has huge market share nationally, the Uber ruling could mark a precedent in other states for the company, and for “sharing economy” models in other sectors, like Airbnb.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, 73, is being grilled over a controversial essay he wrote for an alternative weekly newspaper called the Vermont Freeman back in 1972: 43 years ago. If they’re going to drag stuff out of politicians’ pasts, why not focus on what’s important?