A 12-year-old freshman at Cornell.
A Latino Trump supporter fears taco trucks on every corner. You laugh, but nobody listened to warnings about Italians and speeding Domino's pizza drivers in cities and towns across the globe.
An Italian fertility campaign to raise that nation's birth rate did not go over well, but with an aging population and generous social benefits, the extremely low birth rate is a serious problem.
Satire? I don't get it.
The CPD brings the hostility upon itself.
Polls continue to jiggle, but the Princeton Election Consortium analysis of electoral votes still indicates that the election is in the bag for Clinton. A Trump victory would require a historic comeback.
Is the Kremlin trying to make Putin look more busy than he really is?
While Trump promises to bring back manufacturing jobs, the number of unfilled manufacturing positions is actually at a 15-year high. The problem: Americans lack the skills needed for high-tech manufacturing. Either we need more training, or Trump would have to bring low-skill, low-paying jobs back to the US. Even if he could do it, I'm not sure that many people in his target audience would view drudgery work for entry-level Walmart pay as as a win.
A disturbing photo of a Philadelphia police officer with white supremacist tattoos has been circulating on social media since Wednesday night.
There isn't much sympathy for EpiPen manufacturer Myalan, even at the business-friendly WSJ.
Megyn Kelly warned Fox about Roger Ailes years ago. Meantime, we learn that Gretchen Carlson recorded Ailes with her iPhone. Sidebar: I continue to see the word "taped" used to describe digital recording, even by young people who've been digital for most or all of their lives. Is it fair to say that taped now just means recorded? I'm not being pedantic, I prefer descriptivism to prescriptivism in language, but I wonder if the word taped will persist decades down the road when most people will have had no experience whatsoever with magnetic recording tape.