At least 35 House members set to sue Obama

by Greg Corombos -- [ooyala code="d4ZDd2aTomSWpyK2tgNZ_8t6dK4eu426" player_id="29c9fd42b6564348812f1c7d4ff9252d"] On Dec. 19, the Obama administration made its 14th change to Obamacare without requesting congressional action to make the amendments. Such a move is precisely more…

American ingenuity bypasses incandescent ban

by Bob Unruh -- Not even the full power of the feared federal government can quash the ingenuity and free enterprise that runs through the veins of American entrepreneurs. Take, for example, more…

Monday deadline to sign up for health care

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (NYTIMES) — WASHINGTON — For most Americans, Monday is the deadline to sign up for health insurance that takes effect on Jan. 1. It was supposed to be more…

Cathay: $7.5 billion order for Boeing jets

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST) — Cathay Pacific Airways, Asia's biggest international carrier, will order 21 Boeing 777X-9X jets valued at US$7.5 billion, betting on the newest twin-aisle offering more…

'Walking Dead' creator sues AMC over profits

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (CNN) — The creator of "The Walking Dead" television series accuses AMC of cheating him out of millions of dollars in profits from the zombie hit. AMC, which more…

Cracker Barrel defends pulling 'Duck' products

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Entertainment Weekly) The Duck Dynasty controversy may be starting to scare off the show's retail quarry. The Cracker Barrel chain quietly pulled some of its Duck Dynasty-branded products more…

'Dirty money' – banknotes covered with pathogens

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Digital Journal) The phrase "dirty money" may have different meanings, but in terms of microbiology, a surprisingly high percentage of bank notes carry high numbers of pathogenic bacteria. more…

Walmart sells out of 'Duck Dynasty' merchandise

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (BizPacReview) The pressure is mounting on Walmart to comment on the "Duck Dynasty" controversy that has sparked national outrage. Stand with Phil Robertson and demand an apology from more…

PR exec's insensitive tweet goes global

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Los Angeles Times) A communications executive for media mogul Barry Diller went from relative obscurity to global pariah after an insensitive tweet about AIDS and Africa went viral. more…