Oct 11, 2016, 12:58 pm EST
President Barack Obama said that the United States plans to send people to Mars by the 2030s.
President Obama started plans to send astronauts to Mars by the 2030s by having NASA switch focus to developing ships for deep space travel in 2010. He also has the organization working with United States companies to better develop space travel.
President Obama mentioned the effort again in his 2015 State of the Union address. He wants the United States to be able to send astronauts to Mars and safely return them to Earth. He said the long-term goal is to allow people to stay on the planet for extended periods of time. Read
Oct 10, 2016, 4:52 pm EST
Warren Buffett has responded to Donald Trump’s challenge regarding his taxes.
Source: Grab Media
It’s been widely reported now that Trump took a loss of nearly $1 billion in the mid-1990s, giving him the opportunity to avoid taxes for decades if he would’ve been smarter about how he filed taxes. The Republican presidential nominee then challenged billionaire Buffett regarding his tax situation.
Trumo claimed during the second presidential debate that Buffett did not pay his taxes by exploiting a loophole in the system. The investor quickly refuted this claim, proving that he had been paying taxes since 1944, when he was 13 years old. Read
Oct 10, 2016, 11:46 am EST
Who won the second presidential debate between Republican candidate Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
There’s some debate over who won the second presidential debate, but it appears that the majority of people felt that Hillary Clinton was last night’s winner.
“Clinton didn’t need to win this debate. Trump did. And while he exceeded expectations a bit and was able to stay more-or-less on message, it wasn’t a tremendous victory by any means, and he’s such a wounded candidate he’ll likely continue limping to Election Day.” — Will Rahn, CBS News
“Clinton went into this debate with massive momentum in the race — much of it caused by Trump’s stumbles — and didn’t make any sort of glaring error that would allow the Republican back into the contest.” — Chris Cillizza, The Washington Post.
“Donald Trump came into this debate at a huge deficit, his campaign reeling from the release of a 2005 video on which he bragged about sexually assaulting women. So he had a big hole to climb out of, and he did not do it.” — Cathleen Decker, Los Angeles Times
“Whatever chance Donald Trump still had of capturing the White House largely evaporated Sunday night in his second debate with Hillary Clinton.” — David Gergen, CNN
CNN also held a poll that included responses from 537 registered voters who watched the debate on Sunday night. 57% of respondents said Hillary Clinton won and 34% said that Donald Trump did. A poll from YouGov on who won the second presidential debate was much closer with 47% voting Clinton and 42% voting Trump. Read
Oct 5, 2016, 12:18 pm EST
Who won the vice-presidential debate last night?
Democratic Vice President candidate Tim Kaine and Republican Vice President candidate Mike Pence debated each other at 9:00 p.m. Eastern Time last night at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia. The event was broadcast over all the major networks and was streamed online via several social media websites, but who won the vice-presidential debate?
According to The Washington Post, Mike Pence came out of the debate as the winner. He was “the more comfortable of the two men on the debate stage.” The publication listed Tim Kaine as the debate’s loser. However, it also included moderator Elaine Quijano as one of the losers for quickly losing control of the debate and never getting it back. Read
Oct 4, 2016, 12:15 pm EST
The Vice-Presidential Debate 2016 will have Democratic candidate Tim Kaine and Republican candidate Mike Pence squaring off.
The Vice-Presidential Debate 2016 will take place at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia. It will happen tonight and will be the only debate between the running mates of Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican candidate Donald Trump.
The Vice-Presidential Debate 2016 will be moderated by Elaine Quijano, a CBS News correspondent and CBSN anchor. The debate will last for 90 minutes and will start at 9:00 p.m. Eastern Time. Tt will be broken up into roughly nine 10-minute segments. Read