Target is planning for a very digital Christmas. For the make or break selling season, theretailer expects 35% of online orders to be picked up in store, where 1,000 locations will double as distribution centers amid a flurry of holiday initiatives – from a new Wondershop featuring over 2,000 new products [...]
Surprise surprise. They'll be going up an average of 25%. Some will see hikes lower than that, but many will see hikes higher. Last week, President Shits and Giggles said that Obamacare was like a cellphone -- if there are...
CBS This Morning posted double digit percentage gains this past week in all of the advertiser-friendly demos.
So much for that ‘you can keep your doctor’ thing, huh? Premiums are expected to hike double digits going into next year, thanks to ObamaCare (which is officially known as the Affordable Care Act). Affordable Care Act…what an oxymoron, huh? ABC News: “Obama administration confirms double-digit premium hikes” CBS News: “It’s official: Double-digit rate hikes for […]
Just in time for the election, the Obama administration confirmed today that premiums on the Affordable Care Act's insurance marketplaces are set to rise by double digits in 2017. Before subsidies, the average monthly cost of a benchmark...Show More Summary
We're seeing a clear cut example of just how willing people are to cross the aisle and join their ideological opposites The post New Poll Shows Hillary Clinton Attracting Conservatives In the Double Digit Percentile appeared first on RedState.
The AFFORDABLE Care Act, right? Not so affordable for many. The bragging over the number of people covered is laughable since coverage is mandatory. It’s like bragging about more people wearing seatbelts while standing in front of a “Click It or Ticket” billboard. Show More Summary
The Obama administration said Monday premiums for Obamacare will increase by an average of 25 percent next year. [WikiLeaks reveals Clinton considered a Republican for SCOTUS / Clinton’s WikiLeaks strategy: … Click to Continue »
The Obama Administration says that Obamacare health insurance premiums will go up by double digit percentages in 2017, according to the AP. More on this to come... Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf is retiring, effective immediately
Hillary Clinton would probably need to win by double digits; every percentage point added to her victory margin would add around half a point to the average Democratic candidate.
A new ABC poll has Donald Trump down to Hillary Clinton by a double-digit margin. Clinton saw a huge boost in numbers after a 2005 audiotape of...
A new ABC News 2016 tracking poll says voters’ increasing disgust with Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump has now given Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton a double digit lead: Hillary Clinton has vaulted to a double-digit advantage in the inaugural ABC News 2016 election tracking poll, boosted by broad disapproval of Donald Trump on two [...]Show More Summary
Wason Center poll puts Clinton up 12 points over Trump in Virginia.
Welcome to McClatchy’s Voter Survival Guide, an interactive presentation of daily events from one of the strangest presidential campaigns in modern history. Unlike Barack Obama in 2012, Hillary Clinton is … Click to Continue »
While bank CDs and money market funds have been paying next to nothing for the past 8 years, good REIT managers have delivered double digit total returns. But, Sam Miklosko, says it’s time to sell REITs like American Tower that yield less than 3%.
Have you ever wondered how double exposures are done in digital cameras? I have. Back in film days, we knew that to double expose a frame, all you needed to do is rewind it back to the frame you have just exposed, thereby taking two separate shots using one frame of the film. Show More Summary
ABC, NBC and CBS delivered double digit year-over-year growth in total viewers and in the key news demo. Meet the Press grew the most and finished No. 1 overall.
The senator leads Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick 51.5% to 40% in new Arizona Republic/Morrison/Cronkite News poll.
If a Republican presidential nominee isn’t winning by a substantial margin in Texas, they’re probably in trouble. Donald Trump is still winning in the deep red state, but his advantage has dropped precipitously from double digits to under 5 percent in the last two weeks. Show More Summary