Daily Archive: Friday, April 21, 2017

Jeff Sessions dismisses Hawaii court’s travel ban ruling

Attorney General Jeff Sessions criticized a federal judge’s ruling on the White House’s travel ban Wednesday evening, implying a court based in Hawaii shouldn’t have a say in federal policy. “We’ve got cases moving in the very, very liberal Ninth Circuit, who, they’ve been hostile to the order,” Sessions said Tuesday in an interview with “The

Adult men very upset they can’t get into Lego playground

A brand new Legoland Discovery Center opened in Melbourne, Australia this week, and some adult fans were barred entry because they weren’t accompanying a child. One has even threatened to file a human rights complaint. The center is geared towards kids aged three to 10, who are required to be accompanied by an adult. But

Miami dealership’s electric opportunity in Cuba

A Nissan Leaf electric car … Not a typical ride on the streets of Havana. Vintage American and Soviet-era models still rule the roads here. But a fuel shortage for the Caribbean island could change that. The U.S., which maintains a trade embargo on Cuba, has licensed a Miami car dealership to sell electric cars