Thousands of borrowers who are behind on at least $5 billion in private loans may see that debt disappear, according to the New York Times.
A federal judge has blocked Arkansas from enforcing four new abortion restrictions, including a ban on a common second trimester procedure.
Still reeling from nearly a decade of devastating losses in statehouses across the nation as well as in the 2016 presidential election, Democrats in Washington, D.C. are plotting to pour hundreds of millions of dollars in state and local elections across the country.
Even though this may not come as a surprise to most of you, it is still something that is happening all around us, all the time, and right under our noses: Google is quietly recording everything we do, from conversations we have over the phone and texts to videos we send and create over webcams and camera phones. As if that weren’t enough, they are even tracking our movements and logging every place we visit.
NANNY STATE: Canadian government app gives you points for eating well and making better health decisions
Well, it looks like at least one government is trying to do its best to improve the health prospects of its citizens. The Canadian government has just announced the launch of an app which will reward users with loyalty points for making healthier lifestyle choices. While the scheme is far from perfect, and several potential issues immediately spring to mind – like potential government overreach, loss of privacy, and possible incorrect health advice like “low fat and artificial sweeteners are healthy options” – at least the government has recognized the need to prevent lifestyle diseases rather than throwing pills at the problem.
President Donald Trump promised to find, arrest, jail, and deport “every gang member and criminal alien” during a speech on Friday.
The student head of Cambridge’s equality group has claimed that ‘all white people are racist’ after praising rioters in Dalston who lit bonfires and hurled petrol bombs at police.
A Mexican national, deported by immigration authorities 20 times, moved to a sanctuary city and allegedly raped a 65-year-old woman.
President Donald Trump on Friday tweeted that John Kelly would take over as White House chief of staff, replacing Reince Priebus.
Biographical and loan data from 400,000 client accounts was stolen in the hack as the bank insisting it “immediately took all necessary actions” to tackle the breach.
Widespread flooding in India’s western industrial state of Gujarat has killed more than 120 people and paralyzed infrastructure, officials said on Friday, with tens of thousands of cotton farmers also suffering heavy damage.
U.S. economic growth rebounded to a 2.6 percent annual growth rate in the second quarter, the Department of Commerce reported Friday in its report on gross domestic product.
A couple distraught over health-care costs jumped to their deaths in Murray Hill early Friday – leaving suicide notes pleading for their children to be cared for, a law enforcement source told The Post.
Forty-eight people have been wounded in a train crash at Francia station in the Spanish city of Barcelona, according to emergency services cited by Reuters. No deaths have been reported.
The Senate Appropriations Committee voted Thursday to block the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) from interfering with medical marijuana programs in states where the drug is legal.
A Thursday report in Circa cites three officials claiming that FBI General Counsel James A. Baker is the “top suspect” in an investigation into leaks of classified Department of Justice information to the media.
When we look back on this period of history, we’ll say climate change was one of the greatest hoaxes. Politician-turned-environmental activist, Al Gore has become wealthy beyond his wildest dreams (and intelligence) thanks to pushing the “big lie.”
Wildfires in south-eastern France have forced the evacuation of 10,000 people overnight, officials say.
Senate Bill 494, recently introduced in the Oregon Legislature, would allow the starving and dehydrating of patients who suffer from dementia or mental illness.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development spent over $500,000 on apartments for people who “did not exist,” according to the agency’s inspector general.