What Is the Iran Nuclear Deal?

Sep 3, 2015, 4:29 pm EDT

What is the Iran Nuclear Deal?

The Middle-Eastern country has agreed to transform its uranium nuclear plant in Fordo into a center for science research. Another plant, Natanz, will be cut back instead of being shut down.

Iran would also limit the enrichment of its uranium in order to keep it small enough to make it insufficient for a bomb rush. The company’s weapons-grade plutonium would also be controlled. Read 

President Obama to Change Name of Mount McKinley to Denali

Sep 1, 2015, 2:57 pm EDT

President Obama has changed the name of Mount McKinley to Denali.

The POTUS is officially restoring the name of the tallest mountain in the U.S., siding with the state of Alaska in a 40-year battle over the name.

The name change recognizes Alaskan native Americans, who graced the mountain with the name Denali in 1975 and urged the government to recognize it as such. Read 

Donald Trump and His Grand Presidential Economic Plan

Sep 1, 2015, 2:28 pm EDT

I want to see Donald Trump as president for one good reason: four years of entertaining political theatre. Telling annoying journalists, “You’re fired”. Just imagine Trump telling Putin to stuff a sock in it and get out of Ukraine, or he’ll bomb Moscow back to the Communist era.

I personally don’t think Trump is getting anywhere near the Oval Office, but for fun, let’s see what his economic plan might do for the economy.

Taxes are the major issue when it comes to economic policy. On the one hand, Donald Trump once called for a one-time 14.25% tax on the net worth of “wealthy Americans.” Read 

The Pentagon Teams Up With Apple And Boeing on Wearable Tech

Aug 28, 2015, 2:42 pm EDT

The Pentagon is teaming up with Apple (AAPL), Boeing (BA) and others to create wearable tech.

The Pentagon has decided to team up with 162 companies, universities and other groups to help it with wearable tech because it has fallen behind with its own efforts. It hopes to work with these groups in an effort to create stretchable technology that can be worn by soldiers, reports Reuters.

The Pentagon wants the wearable tech to be able to hold different sensors that could be used to monitor situations. Over the next five years the U.S government, local governments and the Air Force will provide more than $171 million in funding for the project. The group of organizations working on the project is being called the “FlexTech Alliance,” Reuters notes. Read 

Donald Trump Mocks Megyn Kelly on Twitter (Again)

Aug 25, 2015, 2:35 pm EDT

Donald Trump, a possible candidate in the 2016 presidential race, has returned to mocking Megyn Kelly on Twitter (TWTR).

Donald Trump sent out two Tweets on Monday criticizing Megyn Kelly during her first show after her vacation. In his Tweets, Trump said that he liked The Kelly File much more when she was gone and that she must have had a horrible vacation. He also suggested she should take another vacation.

Following his Tweets about Megyn Kelly, Donald Trump started Retweeting other users that shared his beliefs. Many of these users were critical of Megyn Kelly and one even went so far as to call her a “bimbo.” Read 

Jimmy Carter and His Cancer Diagnosis: What We Know

Aug 20, 2015, 2:47 pm EDT

Jimmy Carter has issued an update on his cancer diagnosis. Source: Wikipedia

The former president revealed earlier this year that the cancer on his liver has spread to his brain. He will receive his first radiation treatment for the cancer Thursday afternoon.

Four spots of melanoma were found on Carter’s brain recently. These spots are about two milliliters in size on his brain. Read 

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