When it comes to being punctual, I have two things working against me. I’m Latina (yes, Latin time is a real thing) and I have eight kids.
There is no shortage of drama in American politics, but anyone who has been tracking the French elections has witnessed a sea change in history.
This Saturday at roughly 2:38 AM Eastern Time an asteroid bigger than a football stadium will whiz past Earth at 28,000 miles per hour and almost certainly not hit us.
Hollywood wants President Trump to sleep with the fishes. They want him dead – decapitated – his bloody entrails splayed across the Rose Garden for all of the world to see.
When I first saw ‘Fearless Girl’ opposite ‘Charging Bull,’ I didn’t see empowerment at all. Women have chucked their femininity and become just like men: dominant, aggressive and territorial.
Hardworking men and women from all across America get up every day, go to work, and deliver results. If they don’t, they lose their jobs.
The summer reading list for Mr. Ponder’s AP Government and Economics class at Spanish Fort High School in Alabama is causing some trouble.
As doctors struggle to remain healers beneath a pile of insurance regulations, we continue to do our best to commit to the Hippocratic Oath – “Do no Harm” – as well as the more evocative Oath of Maimonides, the 12th century physician, philosopher and Torah scholar, that states, “The eternal providence has appointed me to watch over the life and health of Thy creatures.”
Despite spending millions and millions of dollars, the Democrats still lost in Georgia’s sixth district.
On Tuesday House Speaker Paul Ryan, speaking at the National Association of Manufacturers, reiterated his call for the need for tax reform.