Justin Bieber’s recent antics have caused a lot of controversy and his latest stunt has landed him yet again in hot – or at least warm – water. The 19-year-old has been caught on camera urinating in a restaurant mop bucket then shouting “F**k Bill Clinton” – for no apparent reason
What a difference four years have made. When the cast of The Big Bang Theory first appeared at PaleyFest in 2009, their sitcom wasn’t even among the top-40 rated shows in the United States
Few government programs have delivered on america’s promise as a land of opportunity as explicitly as the GI Bill.
It was a delicious inside bit of politics: Bill Clinton and Congressman Paul Ryan having a private, backstage chat about Medicare, captured by an ABC News camera.
Let me tell you a story. Once upon a time, there was a very rich, very clever man
In the nearly 10 months since the Democrats’ health care bill became law, bureaucrats have been feverishly writing new regulations, and the first wave of reform has arrived.
Two senior U.S. senators are expected to introduce Tuesday legislation to establish an Internet consumer bill of rights, moving the needle in the burgeoning debate over how to protect individuals without impeding one of the country’s few growth sectors
There’s a great photo of Bill Gates from 1977, the year he would have graduated from Harvard if he hadn’t dropped out. He was 22 at the time and looks all of 16.
After more than a year of bitter political debate and seemingly inescapable congressional deadlock, President Obama sat down in the White House East Room on March 23 and signed the 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act into law with a stroke of his pen. And then another pen.
To credit-card companies, it’s not sufficient that customers pay their bills on time every month; they must also avoid a daunting array of borrowing habits that lenders deem risky.