Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie responded to critics of his immigration plan on Sunday by insisting that it was reasonable to use FedEx package tracking technology on immigrants. During an interview over the weekend,...Show More Summary
According to a new tip, Sony is planning to unveil a 5.5-inch QHD Xperia Z5 Premium during its IFA conference this Wednesday. A flagship phablet from Sony!
Finance minister adamant nation's economy is 'trending in the right direction'.
Are you starting to despise your Verizon Wireless cellphone bill? If so, you’re probably not alone. According to CBS News, the average Verizon phone bill surged to a level never seen before late last year – $148 per customer, per month. Show More Summary
Labor quick to question how tax cuts will be funded as govt insists it has a plan.
Tens of thousands protest PM Abe's likely-to-pass legislation that would allow troops to engage in combat for the first time since World War II
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Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie responded to critics of his immigration plan on Sunday by insisting that it was reasonable to use FedEx package tracking technology on immigrants. During an interview over the weekend, Fox News host Chris Wallace pointed out to Christie that...
As Fox News Sunday's Chris Wallace put it this morning, Chris Christie received a bit of "blowback" on Saturday after he proposed his plan to track immigrants with visas like FedEx packages. He even proposed hiring FedEx CEO Fred Smith to implement the system. "People aren't packages," the host reminded Christie.
If elected (a big "if"), Christie said yesterday, "he would combat illegal immigration by creating a system to track foreign visitors the way Fed Ex tracks packages. So his plan is to reduce immigrants to the status of a package. Demeaning maybe? Christie added that "he would ask the chief executive of FedEx, Frederick W. Show More Summary
Who is this guy? Former Governor Jim Gilmore says Donald Trump’s immigration plan is irresponsible and offensive to Hispanics. Republican... The post Republican Gilmore Challenges Donald Trump to “Mano a Mano” Debate on Birthright Citizenship appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Courteney Cox, unlike many Hollywood celebrities, is not getting more cynical with age. The Friends star, who turned 51 this past June, is busy making plans for her wedding to Snow Patrol rocker Johnny McDaid, whom she became engaged to at her best pal Jennifer Aniston’s house back in 2014. Show More Summary
NASA Begins Year-Long Human Isolation Experiment A six person team of NASA recruits plans to spend the next year locked in an isolation dome near a Hawaiian volcano as part of an experiment meant to simulate life on Mars. The team will live without fresh air, fresh food or any semblance of privacy...
Cellphone owners on unlimited data plans might want to consider a change.
According to various reports, China is planning to develop a turbofan ramjet engine. Such an engine theoretically could be the basis for a jet faster than the legendary US SR-71 spy plane, the fastest aircraft, discharged in the late 1990s.
With US inflation weak, the planned Fed rate hike may harm US growth unless the inflation target is moved upward and the actual hike is postponed until at least December.
While Fox News slobbers over Donald Trump’s slurs as “taking on” political correctness, it’s a whole different story when Hillary Clinton questions Trump’s plan to deport millions of immigrants by suggesting he’d round them up in box...Show More Summary
Book recommendation: Reading Ben Carlson’s A Wealth of Common Sense: Why Simplicity Trumps Complexity in Any Investment Plan is “time well spent.” (Market...
Sam Sandak Freiberger & Diana Skelly follow up "Worlds Unite" with a boom, introducing Kyle the Gorilla in Archie Comics' "Sonic Boom" #11.
As health care costs rise a bit faster than recent years, look for more health plans offered by employers and on public exchanges under the Affordable Care Act to pare their lists of doctor and hospital choices for 2016. Health insurers are already disclosing plans to maintain their business on government [...]