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  • Latest Fox News poll has bad news for President Trump, good news for Democrats

    Although early polling for the 2016 presidential contest proved futile, another early 2020 election poll has bad news for President Donald Trump. The Fox News survey, released Sunday, revealed that Trump stands at a 10-point deficit behind former Vice President Joe Biden, the clear frontrunner for the Democratic nomination. Among the 1,001 registered voters who responded for the poll, 49 percent said they support Biden while just 39 percent said they support Trump. ...

  • Can You Reverse Sun Damage? Dermatologists Have Good And Bad News

    There are plenty of skin care products on the market that claim to reverse sun damage. We had to find out if they can.
  • Finally, Some Good News for Beto

    Beto O'Rourke is, for all intents and purposes, still running for president in the Democratic primary. His poll numbers are not encouraging, and even the media has stopped paying attention to his campaign. Nevertheless, he persists. The post Finally, Some Good News for Beto appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.

    Washington Free Beacon
  • The Trumpification of the World Is Bad News for America

    From tariffs to the rule of law to LGBTI rights, the United States used to set an example for the world to follow. What if the world followed our example today?

    The Daily Beast
  • Dilution: The good, the bad and the ugly – TechCrunch

    There is “good dilution” and “bad dilution.” Whether your dilution ends up being good or bad (or ugly) generally depends on how well you execute.

  • Rent control: Good intentions gone bad

    There aren’t that many things you can get economists to agree on. Fiscal stimulus, minimum wages, monetary policy, health care, bank regulation — on almost all the major issues of the day, you can find a respected economist to argue for either side. But there are a few questions where there’s near-unanimity,
  • Brain chipping for good -- brain chipping for bad

    The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, also known as DARPA, has spent upwards of $77 million in the last five years to develop technological devices that can restore the minds and memories of victims of traumatic brain injuries. And by Jove, they're on to something — though

    The Washington Times