A bastion of millionaires, and more
There are 237 millionaires in the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives.
A bastion of millionaires
There are 237 millionaires in the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives. That’s 44 percent of all members of Congress. One percent of the public at large are millionaires.
Why Muslims in the U.S. military often use fake names
Muslims serving in the U.S. military in Iraq and Afghanistan often use fake last names on their uniforms to avoid being singled out by insurgents as traitors and to prevent reprisals against their families back home.
The Wall Street Journal
Many same-sex couples are raising children
Nearly one-third of the 150,000 same-sex couples who describe themselves as married are raising children, new U.S. Census data shows.
Sections of Berlin Wall on display in the U.S.
Sections of the Berlin Wall are on public display in at least 26 U.S. states. The venues include a Chicago elevated train station, the men’s room of a Las Vegas casino, a floating restaurant in Maine, and seven presidential libraries.
New York Yankees greeted by 50 tons of shredded paper
Fans threw an estimated 50 tons of shredded paper down on the New York Yankees as they drove along Manhattan’s “Canyon of Heroes’’ to celebrate their World Series victory last week. When some office workers ran out of paper, they threw intact files, pay stubs, and other documents containing people’s Social Security numbers, salaries, and other confidential information.
New York Post