National Review Online (NRO) managed to inaccurately report the findings of a Kaiser Health News article on primarily Spanish-speaking enrollees in California's health insurance exchange as applicable to all Latinos. For California's...Show More Summary
In my review of Battlefield 4's Second Assault map pack, I described its online service as patchy, but fighting its way back to full health. Well, in the interim, two consoles have launched globally and it seems like DICE's game hasShow More Summary
By Alec Torres, National Review Online Across the country, taxpayers are paying for public employees to leave their official duties and work full-time for their unions. The practice is called “release time” (or “official time” at the federal level), and it can cost even municipal governments millions.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — Counselors helping people use the federal government's online health exchange are giving mixed reviews to the updated site, with some zipping through the application process while others are facing the same old sputters and even crashes.
Couch co-op is sadly rare these days. Although I grew up playing games locally throughout my entire childhood, more often than not, split- or same-screen play is axed in favor of packing in more online features. Whether it's by way of...Show More Summary
Jon Elswick/AP By KELLI KENNEDY FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- Counselors helping people use the federal government's online health exchange are giving mixed reviews to the updated site, with some zipping through the application process while...Show More Summary
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday left in place a 2008 New York state law aimed at collecting millions in sales taxes from online purchases by state residents, rejecting a legal challenge by online retail giant Amazon.com Inc.
National Review Online writer Charles C. W. Cooke urged fellow conservatives not to criticize the use of anti-gay slurs, writing that such "political correctness" would stifle public debate. In a December 2 column, Cooke weighed in on...Show More Summary
National Review Online Senior Editor Ramesh Ponnuru dedicated his Bloomberg View column to misleading about two unprecedented Supreme Court cases that could make it easier for for-profit, secular corporations to refuse to provide insurance...Show More Summary
Like your portable drives with a splash of color? Check out the USB 3.0 bus-powered SSD2go from Angelbird. Angelbird’s online store lets you choose between eight different colors for its case and a second of those colors for its backplate. Show More Summary
In a setback for Amazon, the United States Supreme Court has passed on considering a challenge by the retailer to a New York state law that would net the state millions in sales tax from residents who made online purchases. Amazon and...Show More Summary
The Supreme Court returned to the bench today to hear arguments and issue orders -- including a pair of orders denying review of the so-called "Amazon tax" dispute over whether online retailers must pay sales taxes to states where they...
It’s been an exciting week for both the cloud ecosystem and Apple users, with Kim Dotcom’s Mega introducing a free iOS app that comes with nearly all the features of the website, including the ability to manage lockers and share … Continue reading ?
CNN.com has a story online about a couple fined $3500 for posting a negative review. The link is http://ht-mobile.cdn.turner.com/cnn/big/bestoftv/2013/11/29/newday-brown-onlinefraud.cnn_2838947.3gp In its video story, the following was captured: (Thanks, Tony!)
It's been five years since the Palmers had their unpleasant experience with KlearGear. Now, they might finally be on the path to closure.
Much has been made online and in the popular press about this year’s rare convergence of Thanksgiving Day and the first day of Hanukkah, with some dubbing the joint celebration “Thanksgivukkah.” I am thankful for, among many other things, this holiday week’s large number of high quality gay-themed DVDs. Show More Summary
An online merchant fined a Utah couple $3,500 for writing a negative review, sparking a financial nightmare lasting more than a year. When Jen Palmer of Salt Lake City didn't receive a Christmas gift that her husband ordered for her online, she wrote a negative review of KlearGear.com and moved on with her life. Show More Summary
posted with permission: Roman Disasters. By JERRY TONER. Cambridge and Malden, MA: Polity Press, 2013. Pp. ix + 220. Hardcover, $25.00. ISBN: 978-0-7456-5102-6. Reviewed by Herbert J. Benario, Emory University When this book reached me around the middle of June, I recalled that, in the fall of 2000, I had arranged a panel for the […]