If Christian Louboutin’s fashion week shoes are an indicator of what we can expect for the shoe master’s Fall 2012 collection at large, then get ready for lots of texture. Christian Louboutin for Jonathan Saunders Fall 2012, like Louboutin’s collection for Mary Katrantzoubefore it, → Read More
According to Facebook’s new search feature, only two of my 526 friends like cats. Judging by the number of cat photos filling my feed every day, this is obviously not accurate.
It also demonstrates one of the big problems with Facebook’s approach to search. → Read More
Nissan’s Leaf has a long way to go to expand beyond its status as a niche commuter car. Sales have been underwhelming, even with cheap lease offers, leading some to declare the Leaf an overpriced, impractical flop. Will this change now that the Leaf isn’t quite so overpriced?
For a while now, we’ve heard that the new Nissan Leaf will have a cheaper sticker price than older models. Now we know just how much cheaper it’ll be. → Read More
Oh, Billy. Our relationship with you was full of tears. First, we cried like babies when we watched your Humane Society rescue video, wherein an animal rights worker saved you from certain doom and adopted you as his own. We cursed the evils of puppy mills and procured fistfuls of tear-stained dollars to help rescues like yourself. → Read More
House Republican leaders are talking to rank and file GOP members about passing a short-term extension of the debt ceiling, perhaps one that just authorized the nation’s borrowing authority for a couple of months.
House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan, R-Wisconsin, told reporters it was one option in a morning discussion with all House Republicans about legislative strategy for the first few months of the new Congress. → Read More
President Obama took a great first step in making our country safer Wednesday when he signed executive actions to reduce gun violence and urged Congress to reinstate the 2004 assault weapons ban.
But the president’s actions do not let the rest of us off the hook. Each one of us needs to decide on our own how we will participate in shaping our country’s future. → Read More
President Barack Obama on Wednesday proposed a package of measures intended to reduce gun violence in the wake of the Newtown school massacre last month.
Some of the steps have been tried before and others are expansions of laws and policies already in place. Some face high hurdles in Congress. → Read More
Despite supporters’ hopes that this time it’s different, President Barack Obama’s new call for restricting some semi-automatic rifles and high-capacity magazines will face deeply entrenched resistance in the Republican-controlled House of Representatives and could be a long shot even in the Democratic-led Senate. → Read More
The flu hasn’t hit Europe as hard as it has the United States, health officials say, but when and if it does, don’t expect a call for vaccination of the entire population.
Only the U.S. and Canada actually encourage everyone older than 6 months to get the flu vaccine. → Read More