Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said future generations of Americans will have a better chance of being successful and living happy lives if they are encouraged to live a straight-edged lifestyle.
That pesky carbon footprint. No matter how they spin it, the 190 global leaders now gathered in Paris to talk about climate change can’t escape their own carbon footprints left by their aircraft and ground transportation. The United Nation’s‘ own Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change itself says that such transport accounts for 23 percent of greenhouse gas emissions, and the percentage is expected to increase. The Swiss-based Air Transport Action Group says the aviation industry alone produces 12 percent. But the big shots have to get there some how, and most fly in.
An Alabama state representative is receiving backlash for a Facebook post urging residents to avoid foreign-owned convenience stores, which he argued could be using profits to fund terrorism.
Detroit’s police chief says he believes the number of armed citizens in the city would deter would-be terrorists from carrying out attacks similar to those in Paris for fear of return fire.
Former New York City Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani recalls seeing “pockets” of people celebrating after the 9/11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center, though admitted Donald Trump may be exaggerating his claims of seeing thousands.
Apple has been ordered to pay more than $3,000 to a London man who said he was driven to tears after his honeymoon pictures and other personal files were erased from his phone during a routine repair.
Actresses Helen Mirren and Rosie Perez jabbed Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump Monday night during the 2015 Gotham Awards ceremony in New York City.
A national pro-life group is postponing its pink bus protest tour against Planned Parenthood in the wake of Friday’s shooting at a Colorado clinic that claimed three lives.
Wendy Davis, the former Texas state senator who famously filibustered in 2013 to block legislation that would restrict abortion, is blaming Republicans for the “dangerous political rhetoric” that she believes fueled last week’s shooting spree at a Planned Parenthood clinic.
American and Canada are not the destinations of choice for Syrian refugees looking to escape the violence within their nation. Only 6 percent, in fact, cited North America as the place they would prefer to live in, this according to a new Gallup poll of Syrians released Monday.