Seattle resident Randy was planning to visit his old college roommate who lives in Portland, Oregon, and he thought he’d bring along some great new marijuana edibles he’d discovered at his local (and legal) recreational pot store. He’d heard about Washington motorists getting busted by Idaho cops for carrying legally purchased pot across the state […]
President Donald Trump has touted the new tax law, which took effect on January 1, 2018, as the “biggest tax cut in the history of our country.” Like many of Trump’s hyperbolic claims, this one is false—both Presidents Barak Obama and Ronald Reagan presided over tax cuts that exceeded those in the GOP’s Tax Cut […]
When California declared itself a “sanctuary state” in January 2018, it all but invited the Trump administration to retaliate. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has countered with a lawsuit invalidated the “sanctuary state” concept under federal immigration law.
Last year’s monumental security breach at Equifax was even larger than reported, as they’ve discovered that another 2.4 million users had been affected.
Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, paid Stephanie Clifford $130,000 to keep quiet about her alleged affair with the 45th president during his campaign. The ethics of that act may not have been entirely sound.
Washington State is the latest jurisdiction to implement tougher laws against distracted driving, and some in the Evergreen State are anything but happy.
Want more leg room? Buy a business- or first-class ticket. But if you like lower fares, then stop whining, and for heaven’s sake, stop taking it out on your fellow passengers.
One of the greatest fears of the elderly is that they will outlive their money. That fear is magnified—and far more likely to be realized—when a senior requires long-term care. But a special pension, provided by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for wartime military veterans and their surviving spouses, can help.