(Reuters) – U.S. stock index futures rose on Tuesday as bond yields eased, while strong earnings from industrial heavyweights Caterpillar and United Technologies helped reinforce optimism about a first-quarter earnings season now in full swing. Reuters: Business News
Tom Brady of the New England Patriots holds the Lamar Hunt trophy after the AFC Championship Game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts, on January 21, 2018. Jim Rogash/Getty Images The New England Patriots are heading back to the Super Bowl! Quarterback Tom Brady led his team to a 24-20 victory(…)
We’re not usually in the advice of giving advice to murderers, but if you’re going to kill someone, you might not want to pose in a selfie with your victim. And you definitely don’t want for that selfie to also feature the murder weapon. One such selfie was part of what led to Cheyenne Antoine’s(…)
LONDON (Reuters) – The euro shot to a three-year high on Monday as optimism around growth buoyed expectations of tighter monetary policy from European Central Bank, while the chance of a pro-European Union coalition in Germany also boosted confidence in the continent. Reuters: Business News
These stars are headed to Agrabah! On Saturday, Disney FINALLY announced the cast for their live action remake of Aladdin. As part of their D23 Expo, the studio revealed that they have indeed found their leads for the highly anticipated reboot. Sorry, folks! Avan Jogia is NOT playing Aladdin! Video: The A Wrinkle In Time(…)
TOKYO (Reuters) – Asian shares rose to near two-year highs on Tuesday as growing optimism over tech industry earnings and easing concerns over North Korea offset softer-than-expected factory readings in China and the United States. Reuters: Money News
President Trump, the first occupant of the White House never to serve in government or the military, discovers some issues are more complex than he knew. NYT > Home Page
Hundreds Of Thousands Of Spilled Red Skittles Kick Off Mystery That Leads To Shocking Reveal About America’s Cows!
It took a sweet series of events to expose one sour cover up about America’s cows! The bizarre story began in a rural county in southeast Wisconsin last week, when hundreds of thousands of red Skittles were found spilled on a road in Dodge County. Many townsfolk were spooked by the immaculate confection, as residents(…)
Back in March of 2012, arch-conservative media personality Andrew Breitbart passed away at the age of 43. The unexpected nature of his death, coupled with his reputation for leveling wild accusations at high-ranking Democrats made for fertile ground for the sort of conspiracy theories that Breitbart so often espoused and propagated during his life. The most(…)
Hillary Clinton Now Leads Donald Trump Nationally By Almost 1.7 Million Votes — With Many More Votes Left To Be Counted!
The votes from the election nearly two weeks ago are STILL being counted, but this much we know: Hillary Clinton is leading the popular vote by a LOT, and it might be as much as two MILLION votes when they all get counted!! The nonpartisan Cook Political Report put out the latest numbers on Friday(…)
Space writer Mark Thompson employs current science, along with today’s rapidly expanding knowledge of our solar system, to enable us to visit places no one has gone before. Christian Science Monitor | All Stories
CNN Clinton leads Trump, two new polls showCNNWashington (CNN) Hillary Clinton is leading Donald Trump nationally among likely voters — but two new polls diverge on the size of her lead. Clinton is 11 percentage points ahead of Trump, according to an NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll out Sunday.New polls show tale of 2 racesPoliticoAn(…)
The recent defections from Trump amount to an unprecedented rejection of a nominee by his party, but it’s only the first volley in the GOP civil war. NBC News Top Stories