Six questions for 2014
It's time to consider what some of the big stories of 2014 may be. Will immigration reform fly? Millions of immigrants are desperately waiting to see whether they will be able to obtain legal status ... In The New York Times, one tea party activist ...
Jimmy Dean moves beyond breakfast for first time
NEW YORK (AP) — Yitzhak Shuchat, a white member of a civilian patrol ... SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Lobbyists at Utah's Capitol became marked people on Friday, as a new law went into effect requiring them to wear a badge bearing their name and the word ...
New York cabbies to wear bulletproof vests
A HANDFUL of New York cabbies are to wear bullet-proof vests as part of a pilot program in response ... Livery cabs, often painted black, respond to telephone requests, while the city's more famous yellow cabs pick up passengers from the streets.
Survey: More law enforcement agencies requiring officers wear body armor
An October 2010 directive by Attorney General Eric Holder said law enforcement agencies must have a written mandatory wear policy to be eligible for the Justice Department's Bulletproof Vest Partnership, which provides body armor to local law enforcement.
4 Ways to Wear Your iPad
Unless you consolidate the two pockets and create one BIG pocket. Just when the fanny pack was slowly phasing out out of the hipster wardrobe, the iPad may be about to bring it back into our cultural consciousness. It's only a matter of time before someone ...