Good news for healthcare fans: The Obama administration says it met a self-imposed goal to improve its Healthcare.Gov site by December 1. The site has been seen as a bit of a fiasco.
A pregnant Italian woman visited the UK, had a mental breakdown, and then had her baby taken away by child services, using a forced c-section. We’re not making this up.
The National Zoo, with the help of 123,000 online votes, finally picked a name for its new panda cub: Bao Bao.
Amazon’s dream for improving the delivery process involves drones, apparently.
Black Friday madness: In case you just woke up instead of going out last night and testing out your credit card limit, here’s what you missed.
The short answer is I don’t think the fear of eviction could be eliminated because you can’t say certainly that the agreement would not be enforced. And the landlord might try to evict the tenant, legally or not, if it were not performed…I don’t think the nudity is illegal, but I don’t know if a court would enforce that part of the agreement either.D.C. landlord-tenant attorney Dorene Haney • Pondering the most important question of our day: If you were to accept a $1 rent from a Craigslist landlord on the condition that you would have to be naked all the time (and there was a chance of some touching), is that arrangement legal?
It’s cheaper to buy a roundtrip plane ticket from Rio de Janeiro to Miami or New York City, plus the PlayStation 4, rather than purchase the console new in Brazil.Why does the PlayStation 4 cost $1,850 in Brazil?
In case you were curious, researchers are working on a urine-based power source for robots. Here’s a video of a mobile phone getting charged this way.
The political tone turned nastier and I didn’t identify with either Republicans or Democrats. The time for a third party that can broker consensus is long overdue. There have been many attempts since the beginning of our country, but the two major parties control the election laws, the ballot and the conversation.Robert Bucholz, the newly elected Judge of Election for the 5th Division in the 56th Ward of Philadelphia, discussing why he chose to join the Whig party—a party intended as one of compromise and consensus, something that hasn’t been in style since the 1840s. He’s the first Whig elected in Philly in 157 years.