Bernard Pierce Injury: Updates on Jaguars RB's Concussion, Hamstring and Return Jacksonville Jaguars running back Bernard Pierce is dealing with a concussion and hamstring ... Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles is showing signs of progress in his second year under center, but he needs a viable rushing attack to help him out. 10/12/2015 - 6:46 am | View Link
NY Jets New RB's Christian Faith May Rival Tim Tebow's Tim Tebow may be the Christian athlete on the New York Jets who makes the most headlines, but coach Rex Ryan has another faithful athlete on his team who has a story and a faith that may rival the 24-year-old superstar. Terrance Ganaway, 23-year-old ... 05/14/2012 - 5:38 am | View Link
Mother who fought husband for right to turn off disabled Baby RB's life support machine reveals she's now had another child A mother who fought to have the life support machine of her severely disabled son turned off ... It was said that there were signs of life in the baby when he tugged on the strings of balloons and faintly smiled. A senior matron in the baby's unit said ... 04/3/2011 - 9:53 pm | View Link
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Is the key to Donald Trump's success just old-fashioned racism? He surely stokes race hatred among his followers and even more-or-less openly panders to anti-Semitism. Yet he also seems to feed on economic desperation. He has won running against trade, his support tracks inversely with educational attainment, and he's posted his biggest margins in some of the most desperate counties in America; surely economic anxiety has something to do with his rise.
This has led to various attempts to untangle race from economic factors in predicting Trump's support.
On Tuesday, a senior Egyptian forensics official said that human remains salvaged from the wreckage of EgyptAir Flight 804 suggest there was an explosion on board before the plane went down in the Mediterranean last week. So far, 80 remnants of the 66 people aboard the flight have been brought to the Cairo morgue, and "there isn't even a whole body part, like an arm or a head," the unidentified official told The Associated Press.
Bayer brushed off some critics — and more than a few of its own shareholders — on Monday by offering to buy up Monsanto.
The Germany-based Bayer — a pharmaceutical and agricultural chemical giant — is offering roughly $67 billion to buy up the St. Louis-based Monsanto — a company that's famous (or infamous) for its seeds and genetically modified crops.
In recent history, a two-term presidency has usually meant the appearance, often in that president's sixth year in office, of a major scandal. The reasons are as unique as the scandals themselves, but what it comes down to is that it's hard to stay in the White House for eight years without something going terribly wrong, whether from the president's own arrogance or venality, or the simple size and complexity of the executive branch.
One thing Hillary Clinton has been able to bank on this election is the association between the Clinton name and economic boom times.
The late 1990s during former President Bill Clinton's administration were a remarkable period: The unemployment rate hit just 4 percent, wages grew at 4 percent, and — most famously — the federal budget actually ran a surplus from 1997 to 2001, peaking at $236 billion in 2000.