As the competitive phase of the Democratic presidential primary has wound down, the action now moves to the nebulous contest to define the terms of Hillary Clinton’s victory and what, if anything, she owes to Bernie
Being an elected official in California has its perks. Want proof? Consider all the free tickets to sporting events that members of the Legislature accepted last year as gifts from utilities, unions, law firms…
There are few things more humiliating than a horrible sexual experience. Even if the other person doesnt make a big deal out of it they have a tendency to linger in the back of…
Julie Nimoy, the daughter of late acting legend Leonard Nimoy, announced Monday that she will release a documentary film about chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) in order to raise awareness about the ailment that killed the “Star Trek” star.
Prize won by 12-year-old fan was denied during the college basketball championships
A Microsoft executive confirmed that this once-unthinkable prospect is already in progress, as Microsoft allows its customers and partners to dictate what it includes in its products.
It’s April 1, and the Internet is a frazzled, hot mess of jokes, lies and hoaxes being witlessly shared by your friend’s roommate’s boyfriend. Be skeptical: Nothing newsworthy is real, unless someone took a selfie in front of it, and even then it might well be a green screen.
The San Francisco Police are searching for the assailant after a brutal attack a local homeless man.
After routing the Taliban in Afghanistan in 2001, the U.S. government began a now 13-year effort to stabilize and develop the country. It has cost taxpayers billions 2014 and some say, achieved little. These stories examine the waste and problems plaguing U.S. reconstruction efforts that, despite the end of combat, will continue to cost billions 2014 even as our military presence shrinks.
If there’s any industry that has mastered the art of the loophole, it’s high-cost lending. When faced with unwanted regulation, lenders are well-practiced at finding an opening that will allow them to charge triple-digit interest to their customers. As we have reported, they’ve been playing a giant, ongoing game of whack-a-mole with regulators and lawmakers in states across the country over the past decade or so.