Renewable energy has never looked better than when it’s matched up against “clean coal,” a term used to describe technologies that mitigate the environmental impact of coal burning.
Murder mysteries have had a rough time at the box office recently, with 2014’s Gone Girl being the last significant one from a major movie studio.
White House Senior Adviser Stephen Miller has flown under the radar compared with other staffers who have been embroiled in scandals or faced President Trump’s wrath, but his luck may be running out.
Arguably the dirtiest player in the NFL earned what was somehow his first-ever ejection on Sunday, and he didn’t seem too beat up about it.
Sexual assault allegations have hit some of the country’s most powerful men in recent months, devastating the careers of comedian Louis CK, actor Kevin Spacey, journalist Mark Halperin and many more.
In the tempestuous Trump World, there seems to be one constant: The President’s ironclad defense of Vladimir Putin.
Tax deductions often come in pretty handy when it’s time to pay Uncle Sam his due, especially for young adults with student loans or Americans with high medical expenses.
Despite President Trump’s best efforts to sabotage Obamacare and his insistence that the Affordable Care Act is dying, the law is actually more popular than ever before.
Corporate tax cuts are seen by some as a key to economic prosperity, but Social isn’t letting too many positive sentiments trickle down on the cuts companies will get under either of the tax-reform bills under consideration by Congress.
Within a matter of hours last Thursday, The New York Times and The Washington Post published stories containing allegations of sexual misconduct against comedian Louis CK and Alabama Republican senatorial candidate Roy Moore.
Some observers think it is only a matter of time before Mueller makes his move against Trump, and if he does, Social will root for him every step of the way.
Self-driving cars have been all the buzz for the last few years, with companies like Uber testing out prototypes while Tesla has released semi-autonomous options on the market.
Tuesday night’s dominant performance by Democrats around the country (and especially in Virginia) was a confidence boost to a political party without much to cheer about of late.
All Twitter users now have 140 more characters to complain about the 280-character limit, and they’re taking advantage of the opportunity.
Kunis said that she does this in protest of Pence’s abortion policies, but not everyone thinks the prank is funny.
Bob Marshall, a ho-hum member of the Virginia state legislature, rose to national prominence back in January when he proposed a bill that would bar transgender people from using the bathroom corresponding to the gender with which they identify.