Ronald Reagan and John F. Kennedy both cut taxes to boost the economy. Their idea seems to be working well in New Hampshire.
The European Union’s loss may be America’s gain. The UK will be free to have closer trade ties with the US.
It’s being described as one more mail in the minimum wage’s coffin. A robot named Flippy is now flipping burgers at a California restaurant.
The Rothschild banking dynasty has been shaping world events for the last 200 years or so. A new relative takes the helm in June.
‘Paul, Apostle of Christ’ premiers nationwide on Friday, March 23rd. It transports us from our comfortable 21st century lives to a time when following Jesus could cost you your life.
WebMD was bought out by Internet brands last year. A sister company of the new owner used to own RJR Nabisco at the same time it owned The Weekly Reader.
No, it wasn’t compensation for Hillary’s manipulations. It was a fine for accepting illegal foreign contributions from Australia.
Michael McFadden was sentenced to 300 years for sexually assaulting six children. But it seems his rights were violated because he did not get a ‘speedy’ trial.
Cimon is intended to serve as a colleague to astronauts on the International Space Station, including working through prescribed checklists in coordination with its “teammates.”
California already has a reputation for being unfriendly to homeschools. But restrictions may get tighter yet.
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