Here's a quiz you can take at home: When will driverless cars become common on America's highways? A. They're already here! B. Ten to 20 years from now. C. In 225 years. It's a trick question. Each answer is correct, depending on how you define driverless technologies and the rules and regulations...
If you cook at home a lot, you probably turn to the arsenal of dried spices in your kitchen on a regular basis... but are you storing them correctly? I keep most of my spices lined up in a row on top of my stove for convenience (plus I live in a studio apartment, so space is limited). Show More Summary
Earlier this week, actress Rumer Willis very publicly called out photographers Mark Williams and Sara Hirakawa of Williams and Hirakawa on Instagram for allegedly over-editing her facial features in a photo for Vanity Fair. Now, the photographers have spoken out against the criticism saying no unnecessary post-processing was done to the photograph. To catch you [...]Show More Summary
Before we know it there will be a new Kardashian for the fandom to “Keep Up With.” Yep, you interpreted that one correctly: Blac Chyna is pregnant with Rob Kardashian’s baby. Wow that happened really quickly, but congratulations to them! Rob really has a whole new life than he did just a few months ago. Show More Summary
Vacation Bible School, or VBS, is the centerpiece of many churches’ calendars. VBS is a week-long, high-energy, high-creativity Sunday School event that, when implemented correctly, can transform a children’s ministry, church and even a community. Show More Summary
A new regulation will "sharply limit" banks' use of binding arbitration to keep consumers' disputes out of the courts. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is on the verge of correcting a fundamental perversion of our justice system and restore to consumers their right to their day in court when they are wronged by a bank or credit card company. Show More Summary
The Citizens United case was correctly decided, says Michael Kinsley. And he is right. [Vanity Fair] Tags: campaign regulation, free speech, Supreme Court Michael Kinsley on Citizens United is a post from Overlawyered - Chronicling the high cost of our legal system
Rep. Diane Black says the Office of Justice Programs' shift away from terms like 'felon' and 'offender' is a reckless example of political correctness run amok.
WASHINGTON (AP) — In a story May 4 about congressional GOP reaction to Donald Trump becoming the party's presumptive nominee for president, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, chairs the Republican...Show More Summary
By Jason Shah Meetings are the lifeblood of the workforce. They enable progress takes place, and work to move forward. However, more often than not, they can be overly inefficient or unproductive. Correcting this systematic problem is...Show More Summary
Seattle biotech startup ID Genomics has been awarded a $3 million National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant to develop a genetic “barcoding” test and global database to help doctors prescribe the correct antibiotic before patients leave the clinic. Show More Summary
I was on CNN New Day this morning along with Donald Trump’s national spokesperson, Katrina Pierson. At first I thought the newsiest item out of it was that she denied voting for Barack Obama in 2008, something she should correct on her Wikipedia page. Show More Summary
Instant replay is increasingly putting pressure on officials in all sports to get calls correct.
The Polycom Videoprotect 500 is a video-phone built for correctional facilities, with tamper-proof screws and smashproof materials. The post Hopefully You'll Never Need to Use Polycom's High-Tech Prison Phone appeared first on WIRED...
Precious metals are going insane right now, thanks in large part to the weaker U.S. dollar. Year-to-date, palladium is up 7 percent, platinum 19 percent, gold 21 percent and silver 25 percent. A correction at this point would be healthy, but looking ahead, this rally appears to have legs. Many analysts are already making comparisons […]
Calling himself 'the king of debt' in his business dealings, Donald Trump warned correctly this morning that the national debt would be troublesome if the cost of borrowing increases, asking rhetorically, "we're paying a very low interest rate. Show More Summary
Political correctness has reached such an extreme of self-parody that the authorities would rather have people drive drunk than admit that drinking is associated with a Mexican holiday: First, the
Joe Klein is correct. It's easy to forget how steep of a climb Bill Clinton had to make to first win the Democratic nomination and then to win the...
Donald Trump seems to be getting into the good graces of a few legendary coaches lately. His endorsement list is growing little by little. The latest news is that former Notre Dame football coach, Lou Holtz, has officially announced that the Republican candidate will be getting his vote in the upcoming election. Show More Summary
It is unclear why the snafu, which happened Tuesday at 10:15 p.m., occurred. A Correction captain connected to the mess-up has been suspended, sources said.