The Republican party is likely to lose control of the House, but keep the Senate in the midterm elections.
That's according to Willett Advisors CEO Steve Rattner, who spoke to Business Insider.
Rick Sciara runs his own S&M sex dungeon in his home basement, where he trains gay sex slaves. He loves to be in control, giving him the nickname 'Master Rick.' But the law catches up with him when he..
Backed by homers from Jonathan Villar and Cedric Mullins, Alex Cobb was on cruise control for most of the afternoon. The righty allowed just one hit through the first five innings and was able to get a.. MLB.com
Pakistan on Saturday summoned Indian Deputy High Commissioner J.P. Singh and condemned the "unprovoked ceasefire violations" by the Indian forces along the Line of Control (LoC) in its administered.. Sify
As death toll in Kerala floods crosses the 300 mark, administrative authorities of West Bengal are concerned about the migrant workers from the state who have gone to Kerala.
Sources at Nabanna, the.. DNA
FAIRBANKS, Alaska (AP) — The Alaska marijuana control board has approved the license for the first cannabis testing facility in Interior Alaska, expected to open next month. The Fairbanks Daily.. Seattle Times
“A double hundred in a Test against Australia is always a special achievement. But I tell Cheteshwar to avoid playing the hook shot. He will tell me that it is a scoring shot but I believe it’s a.. DNA
Kim Kardashian West made it clear Friday ... driving is a pain in the ass for her, especially when her whip comes to a stop. Kim was out and about in Miami with pals Larsa Pippen and Jonathan Cheban.. TMZ.com
· *An Associated Press investigation recently discovered that Google still collects its users' location data even if they have their Location History turned off.*
· *After the report was published,.. Business Insider
Kofi Annan, the former United Nations Secretary-General and Nobel Peace Prize laureate who died on Saturday, will be remembered as a dedicated humanitarian whose career was tarnished by ugly conflicts.. euronews