The ACA has been the subject of an intense political fight since Obama’s first year in office. According to data shared with The Huffington Post by Kantar/CMAG, Americans have seen more than $600 million worth of anti ACA political and policy advertising since 2009. That advertising was heaviest during the initial legislative battle and during the campaigns of 2012 and 2014, when many Republican candidates aired attack ads involving the health care law..
We often forget how dependent we are on the use of space. Space is not just for astronauts; it is not even primarily for astronauts. Space is for telecommunication, navigation, Earth observation satellites and so many other purposes that we take for granted.
A conservative group that has previously clashed with Adm. Mullen on his support to repeal the “don’t ask, don’t tell” ban seized on the latest incident on Tuesday. The group accused the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of turning a blind eye to discipline problems that, they say, will make openly gay service difficult..
After saving Kaylee Martin from abduction and delivering her baby boy on the side of the road, Dr. Joshua Crawford can’t get them out of his mind. Unfortunately, neither can Kaylee’s violent stalker. He parachuted into enemy gunfire at Normandy. He played professional baseball. He was a leader not just of his tribe, but of the United Native Nations.
I do have a friend that has a very real looking faux fur jacket, and she had a problem with a woman stopping her in the grocery store, and giving her a loud lecture. When she told the woman it was fake fur, she said she apologized. Good luck with that new coat..
Tunisians have been stocking up on water and milk after hearing rumors about the chaos the election would trigger. People linked with Ben Ali’s reign were suspected of having started the rumors. Members of Ben Ali’s party have been absorbed into some of the secular parties, and former ministers are leading two new parties, al Watan and al Mubadara..
Artificial Intelligencethat disrupts the nature of advice, that is better at everyday tasks like driving, health care and basic services than humans will be commonplace by 2025. While many fear the possibility that hyperintelligent robots or minds will take over the world, for the next 30 years, it is far more likely that these AIs will be specialised and purpose built, and not necessarily human equivalent intelligence. The most common form of AI that you be exposed to will be an assistant in your phone, car and home..