Politicians continue their quest to find large pots of money they can tap or at least regulate.
So far, about 2.5 years in, I think it has helped me.
Send 'em a picture and they'll supposed tell you what breed your dog is. (May be useful for people with rescue dogs.)
Apparently, what "we thought" was based on an unrepresentative sample.
Too much grim prognosticating about millennials' car-buying habits was driven by impressions draw [sic] from studying members of the generation who live in big cities, such as New York and the San Francisco Bay area, where owning a car is an expensive hassle.
More than you probably want to know about the umlaut in a nicely done four minute video.
The "little-known" condition is sepsis.
Dear Liberals: please let people make up their own minds. If self-driving cars are really great, people will buy them.
I hope this isn't true: "Amazon executive says FTC tried to alter his testimony in government’s challenge to the planned merger".