They all laughed at Ron Paul. They all laughed when he took a stage in Minnesota, having come in a solid second place, and reminded the faithful of a “little thing called delegates!”
The share of young adults 18-24 who are employed has dropped to 54.3 percent, the lowest level since the government began tracking such data in 1948.
The U.S. Postal Service said it lost $3.3 billion in the quarter ended Dec. 31 — typically its strongest — and that it expects to run out of cash in October unless Congress agrees to cuts in facilities and employees.
The Board of Supervisors this week agreed to raise fines to up to $1,000 for anyone who throws a football or a Frisbee on any beach in Los Angeles County.
See corpses of children killed with your tax dollars.
The Kansas State board of Healing Arts apparently is saying political perspectives are more important than medical knowledge for its doctors.
With cash and cards becoming obsolete, the banking and payments industry is no exception to innovation from the advent of the Internet. The mobile payments system Square is processing over $4 million in mobile payments per day and just a few blocks away in a warehouse in San Francisco’s startup district, SOMA, lives Jered Kenna,…
Costs from faulty mortgages and shoddy foreclosures have topped $72 billion at the biggest U.S. banks as they near a settlement of a 50-state probe into the industry’s practices.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A federal judge on Tuesday recommended the release of an elderly man who remains in prison nearly two years after his acquittal on murder charges in the 2007 death of a police officer he shot decades earlier.
He immediately went to a hospital, where he was treated for the broken ribs and the bruises to his hands, neck, face and scalp, the lawsuit said