On Monday evening, John Lyons, a 53-year-old father from West Hartford, Connecticut, purchased a one-way American Airlines ticket from Miami to Hartford for $159.20 for his daughter to get out of Hurricane Irma’s path as the storm churns through the Caribbean.
On Tuesday, he was shocked at the spike in airfare prices.
When comedian and TV host Steve Harvey met with President Donald Trump earlier this year, he didn’t expect the degree of outrage he’d receive.
Harvey, who recently opened up to The Hollywood Reporter about his career as a comedian and a TV host, spoke about both personal and political experiences over the years and how his meeting with Trump made for one that brings him regrets.
Just because the experts are telling us that certain scenarios are likely to happen does not mean that they will actually take place
Russian President Vladimir Putin says that whoever reaches a breakthrough in developing artificial intelligence will come to dominate the world.
Putin, speaking Friday at a meeting with students, said the development of AI raises “colossal opportunities and threats that are difficult to predict now.”
He warned that “the one who becomes the leader in this sphere will be the ruler of the world.”
Worried that “xenophobia and nationalism are on the rise,” organizers of a recent academic conference invited presenters to “decenter English as the de facto language” of academia.
Specifically, the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S) invited presenters at its Annual Meeting—held in Boston from August 30 through September 2—to hand in research papers in languages other than English to promote “linguistic pluralism.”
Ted Nugent describes our responsibility to expose the anti-American actors throughout our entire country.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Recent developments have caused Trump supporters to ask why Attorney General Jeff Sessions is allowing Obama holdovers in the Department of Justice to continue prosecuting Bundy ranch cases, despite continuing set-backs.
Two brothers from Maryland who were deported to their native El Salvador in August now have a new shot at college: soccer scholarships from an American university with a satellite campus in Nicaragua.
Lizandro and Diego Claros Saravia, who were deported Aug. 2 after a routine check-in with immigration authorities, will begin this fall as freshmen at Keiser University in San Marcos, Nicaragua, according to their sister, Fatima Claros Saravia.
For Lego, it’s time to break down the blocks and start again.
After building up sales aggressively since a near bankruptcy in 2004 through new ventures like films and new toy lines, the company seems to have hit a peak. Its sales are now falling for the first time in 13 years and it says it needs to simplify its operations.
That means cutting 1,400 jobs, or eight percent of its global workforce.
The privately held Danish firm said Tuesday that it “now prepares to reset the company,” with a new CEO due to take over in October.