Bestselling author and early Trump advocate Ann Coulter appeared on ‘Good Morning Britain’ shortly after the Republican candidate officially won the presidency.
“It was entirely predictable, that’s why lots of us did predict it,” she said about Trump’s victory.
The debate over whether sugary beverages should be heavily taxed is scheduled to be taken up by the Cook County Board of Commissioners in Chicago.
Board President Toni Preckwinkle has proposed a tax designed to raise revenue, but it’s being promoted as a way to reduce soda consumption and in turn improve public health.
On a Sunday when most folks in San Francisco were posting images of Hardly Strictly Bluegrass to social media, Adam Mesnick instead posted a photo from his SoMa neighborhood.
In it, a man is seen apparently helping another man shoot heroin in broad daylight, right near the corner of Russ and Howard streets.
After a quick search on Google of what you can buy for $43 — 18,000 large garden ladybugs, a prank fake ultrasound pregnancy photo, a sign that says ‘If you quit once, it becomes a habit… never quit’ — the prospect of spending $43 on a martini made with genuine San Francisco fog sounds not only reasonable, it feels downright necessary.
Sorry, Facebook: that class action lawsuit over violating privacy rights with your facial recognition technology isn’t going away anytime soon.
A San Francisco federal judge on Thursday refused Facebook’s request to toss the lawsuit, letting the case move forward.