Fox Host Chris Wallace: 'You don't think $2.35M is major?'
Lanny says that compared to the total donations to the Clinton Foundation, $2.3 million (from the Chairman of Uranium One) is not major
This is absurd. From today's Fox News Sunday
According to Jana Winter at The Intercept, who reviewed the warning, the notice was released by TSA’s Transportation Security Operations Center.
A source told The Intercept the warning was broad, without any particular details referencing the kind of attack or where it may happen.
Airports in the Los Angeles area and other parts of Southern California pumped up their security as a result of the issued threat warning, NBC News reports. Threats of violence against uniformed personnel is a central focus of concern.
Over the last few months, we have made a number of security adjustments, including enhanced screening at select overseas airports and increasing random searches of passengers and carry-on luggage on flights inbound to the U.S., reflecting an evolving threat picture,” A DHS spokesman told NBC.
President Ronald Reagan is one of the most famous Americans of the 20th century. Between his acting career and his eight years as president, you would think that his face would be instantly recognizable to anyone with even a basic knowledge of recent American history.
You would think.
As it turns out, a lot of college students at the University of Maryland had absolutely no clue who Reagan was when they were shown a picture of America's 40th president. (via MRCTV Dan Joseph)
There's bad news in a new retirement survey of 2,004 individuals (1,003 workers and 1,001 retirees) age 25 or older from the Employee Benefit Research Institute and Greenwald & Associates.
The report shows that only 67 percent of American workers or their spouse have saved money for retirement. That's far below the 75 percent figure of 2009, though it's consistent with levels reported since then. Even among workers employed full time, 22 percent haven't saved for retirement
A total of 61 percent of workers say they or their spouse is currently saving for retirement, up from 57 percent in 2013 and 2014, but down from 65 percent in 2009.
A total of 57 percent of the workers say the value of their household savings and investments, excluding their primary home and defined benefit plans, is less than $25,000. And 28 percent report that it's less than $1,000.
Some of the blame apparently lies with us: 69 percent say they are making enough money to save $25 a week more than they are now, up from 62 percent in 2011