Getting U.S. natural gas on the international markets has been a bureaucratic nightmare for years. The ongoing crisis in the Ukraine has many pushing to ease the path for exporters, and that could be big news for these companies.
Nearly 5 million Americans were dropped from their healthcare in 2013 as a result of Obamacare. While numbers of enrollees into Obamas nationalized healthcare plan dwindle, more and more Americans are being kicked off their current plan. Show More Summary
As we enter March, the nightmare that is Obamacare continues to seek and destroy the pocketbooks of hardworking Americans. Just recently, Americans have learned that the law will "reduce the American workforce by the equivalent of 2Show More Summary
Every big American Internet company is angling for the same thing, more or less: global domination. But the one country where they have the most potential for growth also has some of the most entrenched competition and thorniest human rights issues. Show More Summary
With numerous Obamacare cancer patients now telling their nightmare stories, Democrats have declared war against individuals willing to share their struggles with fellow Americans. Democrats’ latest target: Michigan cancer patient Julie Boonstra. Show More Summary
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Guest Post by Mara Zebest Daniel Garza, the Executive Director of Libre offers a powerful video on what liberty and freedom—the American Dream—has meant to him and his family. Daniel’s father sums up the American success formula best starting at the 0:55 … Continue reading ?
Post by Jill Baughman. This phrase may certainly be overused, but it's more than appropriate here: This is every parent's worst nightmare. A U.S. student was studying abroad in Italy when he mysteriously disappeared. Sadly, his bodyShow More Summary
A first-person account of the current chaos in Venezuela from Guido Núñez-Mujica, a Boing Boing reader and biotech entrepreneur who calls the South American country his homeland.
Post by Suzee Skwiot. Vampires are so totally last year. Now, it's all about the monsters, zombies, ghouls, and any other terrifying nightmarish creatures I fear so much. The 111th American International Toy Fair arrived in New YorkShow More Summary
iBeacon seems to be making a pretty rapid transition into the mainstream, with stores like Apple, Macy’s, American Eagle, inMarket and bars all adopting it - as well as non-retail applications like Major League Baseball parks. If you’re still not familiar with it, our iBeacon briefing provides the low-down, but the tl;dr summary is that when you walk into a retail […]
Being an adjunct isn’t what most part-time university faculty had in mind when they envisioned being a professor. Photo by Cultura/Frank and Helena via Getty Images. Adjunct professors now make up half of all college faculties, and 76...Show More Summary
This post is in partnership with 24/7 Wall Street. The article below was originally published on 247wallst.com. For many Americans, there’s no escaping the stressful rush hour drive — but not for everybody. Many choose not to own a car. Show More Summary
'Wolf of Wall Street' costars Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill may reunite for a movie about falsely-accused Olympics bomber Richard Jewell. The post Leo DiCaprio & Jonah Hill May Reteam for ‘American Nightmare’ Movie appeared first on Screen Rant.
Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street was one of those movies that really divided people. It was super-long, it was full of super-disgusting things, and it never fully showed its hand in regards to how you were supposed to be feeling about all of the repetitive debauchery it put up on the screen. Show More Summary
Following their critically-acclaimed performances opposite one another in Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street, Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill are re-teaming for a new true story: that of security guard Richard Jewell who, in 1996, became both a national hero and, immediately thereafter, a suspect in the Olympic Park bombing. Show More Summary
Should you have failed in your bids to acquire the homes from Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, A Nightmare On Elm Street, Steel Magnolias, or American Horror Story—or you are some sort of wealthy, pop-obsessed mogul determined to buy and live inside all your memories—a couple of new listings have hit the entertainment-related real estate market. Show More Summary
By Joseph Y. Calhoun III: My fellow Americans, our long national nightmare is over. Ben Bernanke has joined the millions of Americans in the unemployment line that he worked so hard to lengthen. Over two terms as Chairman and almostShow More Summary
Make some time this weekend to read James Baldwin and Audre Lorde in conversation, which originally appeared in a 1984 issue of Essence, but has since been reposted by the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts.
How do you feel about nightmares? Pretty solid? OK, go ahead and check out the gruesome trailer for Those Who Kill, A&E's new cop series starring Chloë Sevigny and James D'Arcy. Those who caught Sevigny on American Horror Story: Asylum are used to seeing the actress in harrowing situations, but this time she has a gun. Show More Summary