How come the media is freaking out about the Russians meddling in the elections, but no one cares that Noncitizens across U.S. find it very easy to register to vote and cast ballots.
In U.S., wage growth is being wiped out entirely by inflation – The Washington Post
Canada To Chronically Ill Man: How About A Little Euthanasia Instead Of Home Care?
Apple Vows iPhones Do Not Listen In On Users... But Its Apps Are Another Story
Turning off 'Location History' does not prevent Google from tracking you
Google Is Constantly Tracking, Even If You Turn Off Device 'Location History'. You must also disable 'Web & App Activity' to become completely invisible.
According to a new Gallup poll, 43 percent of Americans now see pornography as "morally acceptable." This is a 7-point increase from the previous year and a 13-point increase since 2011, the year Gallup first began measuring public perceptions of porn.
The Massachusetts State Police are testing a new saliva swab to detect if people are driving under the influence of cannabis. State police have recently tested roughly 170 people at sobriety checkpoints and drug treatment clinics with these swabs. Boston is not alone either—there have also been similar programs announced in Colorado, California, Kansas, and Michigan. State police Maj. Rick Ball told the Boston Herald that police don’t yet have technology comparable to a breathalyzer for cannabis.
For me, there is no other place than Katz Deli to go to eat when I’m in the city. A great pastrami sandwich and a latke on the side is all it takes.
Katz’s Deli, secrets behind keeping a 130-year-old business alive
For third-generation deli man Jake Dell working out the kinks in running a small business never really goes away, whether it’s been around for 130 years or 130 days.
The 31-year-old is now the owner of the iconic Katz’s Delicatessen, which he has been tasked with turning into a profitable and thriving 21st century brand without losing its iconic New York roots that go back all the way to 1888.