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FAA task force requires all drones to be registered with Uncle Sam

A task force was created to regulate drones, and their proposal is simple: they must be registered with the U.S. government. Do you think it's gone too far? Follow The American Genius on Facebook for exclusive & breaking business stories Get more Business News at The American Genius

Israeli Government, Military, Argue Over Best Strategy to Combat Violence

Young Palestinians have killed 19 Israelis and an American in spontaneous attacks over the last two months, while Israel forces have killed 91 Palestinians.

‘Fallout 4’ Review: Breaking Rad

Seven years ago, I was given my first introduction to the quirky, post-apocalyptic world of Fallout, in which our pursuit of the American Dream has been forcefully put on hold in order to make room for a nuclear war. I had no idea what Mirelurk were or how delicious they could be after your tastebuds […]

Insist on the Gosar amendment

(Paul Mirengoff) President Obama’s “Affirmative Furthering Fair Housing” (AFFH) is a stunningly ambitious attempt to force Americans to change the way they live. In essence, it seeks to use the power of the national government to create...Show More Summary

How Do You Create the Labor Force for the Maquiladoras and to Work in the Gardens of Rich Americans?

Above: Honduran sweatshop workers, i.e., people with histories One of the worst parts of the debate on the globalization of production is the discussion of workers. For promoters of uncontrolled capital mobility, workers are just sitting there in horrible poverty, waiting for the gift of a low-wage job. But that totally ignores the history of […]

The Lepers in America

While many Americans have two or three jobs on a daily basis, there are at the same time many people who are left outside of the daily working and social life. If we compare Americans' labor force to countries elsewhere, we find that US workers put in more working hours than any other industrial nation in the world. Show More Summary

Disney Downplays Expectations For "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" Opening

Early box office predictions for the film's North American opening weekend range from a conservative $170 million to a mind-blowing $300 million.

The Benghazi Whistleblower’s Story

Bradley Podliska had no agenda. An Air Force Reserve and intelligence officer, Podliska joined the House of Representatives’ Select Committee on Benghazi to investigate the 2012 attacks that killed four Americans. With his extensive experience in national security analysis, Podliska seemed like a perfect fit. Show More Summary

SHOCKER: You won’t BELIEVE what Obama is FORCING troops to do before each Syrian airstrike

In case anyone was wondering, President Obama is still supposedly on the side of Americans. His actions of towards the countries we are at war with speaks volumes of difference,

Star Wars Bits: Pentatonix Covers Star Wars, Phasma Strikes a Pose, Google Gets the Force, and More

After the jump: Pentatonix does Star Wars at the American Music Awards. Who’s Simon Pegg playing in The Force Awakens? Han and Leia get new Force Awakens banners, too. Captain Phasma looks super badass in a new image. See a life-size TIE fighter made of Christmas lights. Show More Summary

Let's Repeat History, They Said. It'll Be Fun, They Said.

Remember that time Japanese bombers attacked Pearl Harbor and we all panicked and forced every Japanese American into Interment Camps? Do you remember why we did this? Out of sheer fear that spies must be hiding among them. InnocentShow More Summary

Watch a New Scene from Star Wars: The Force Awakens

The new scene from Jakku premiered during last night's American Music Awards. The post Watch a New Scene from Star Wars: The Force Awakens appeared first on WIRED.

The first full 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' clip shows an explosive escape

Another day, another tease of the next “Star Wars” movie, “The Force Awakens.” In the latest clip, which aired on ABC’s American Music Awards telecast Sunday night, new heroes Rey (Daisy Ridley) and Finn (John Boyega), along with droid BB-8, race to a ship (a Quadjumper) while running from attacking TIE fighters. Show More Summary

The AMAs Feature New 'Force Awakens' Footage And A 'Star Wars' Pentatonix Performance

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"Star Wars" fans found themselves in nerf-herder heaven during Sunday's American Music Awards. A new teaser debuted, the movie's first clip premiered and Harrison Ford introduced a Pentatonix tribute to John Williams' famous score. The...Show More Summary

New 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Debuts at AMAs 2015 - Watch Now!

Harrison Ford takes the stage at the 2015 American Music Awards just after debuting a new Star Wars: The Force Awakens clip at the Microsoft Theater on Sunday (November 22) in Los Angeles. The new clip features Daisy Ridley and John Boyega making a run for it! Watch the brand new clip below. Harrison was [...]

Pentatonix's A Cappella Star Wars Medley at the AMAs Was Surreal and Awesome

After an exclusive Force Awakens scene debut and surprise Star Wars-themed introduction from Harrison Ford, Pentatonix rocked the American Music Awards on Sunday night with an a cappella mix of the movies' most popular musical themes. The quintet, dressed in SW-inspired garb, performed with John Williams's orchestra, showing off their... More »

Pentatonix Performed an A Cappella Star Wars Theme Because Why Not

Star Wars is officially everywhere with its Dec. 18 release date of The Force Awakens looming, and this week's American Music Awards were no exception. First, Jennifer Lopez introduced a brief scene from the new film, then star Harrison...Show More Summary

Pentatonix uses the force for jaw-dropping 'Star Wars' AMAs performance

Your favorite a capella group has joined the dark side Pentatonix performed a rousing tribute to Star Wars at the American Music Awards, recreating the film's classic theme music. See also: Anna Kendrick gave the most Anna Kendrick-y...Show More Summary

See Demi Lovato, Alanis Morissette Belt 'You Oughta Know' at 2015 AMAs

Demi Lovato and Alanis Morissette joined forces at the 2015 American Music Awards to perform the latter's iconic hit "You Oughta Know." Lovato's collaboration with Morissette was her second performance of the night; the singer had previously belted out her biting, pop-rock song "Confident." She maintained the vocal ferocity and attitude as she and Morissette strutted...

Harrison Ford -- Awaking The Force at American Music Awards

Harrison Ford is about to have a fanboy moment at the AMAs because we've learned he'll be serenaded in a "Star Wars" tribute. We're told Ford will introduce a cappella group Pentatonix, who will perform the "Star Wars" score with a 75-piece…

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