When you listen to certain politicians or the negativity on social media about life in America, you’d think this was a pretty dismal place to be. But… Read more »
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Going to an indoor mall and getting a manicure is as much a part of the California culture as surfing and sunshine—but these favorite pastimes have been… Read more »
United Airlines and American Airlines are set to begin furloughs of 32,000 employees after lawmakers continue to struggle in their effort to agree on a pandemic relief… Read more »
Completions and wins continue to pile up for Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes. The NFL star completed another major deal this week, joining Hyperice as an… Read more »
In 2016, President Trump received just 28% of the Latino vote, which was just 1% higher than Mitt Romney earned in 2012. He’s doing much better in… Read more »
Government shutdown season is upon us once again, and as usual, a stopgap funding bill was signed just in time to keep the federal government open through… Read more »
Here’s something that’s about as rare as seeing a polar bear taking a steam shower. A prominent member of the mainstream media (ABC Television) not glowingly… Read more »
With one presidential debate (or debacle, depending on who you talk to) in the rear-view mirror, there’s a growing movement from President Trump foes to try to… Read more »
The argument-filled forum did little to sway anyone’s opinion of either candidate.
The fallout from the first presidential debate was predictable.