Roger Wilkins, a longtime civil rights attorney and educator, made headlines in 1973 when he and a group of Washington Post reporters won the Pulitzer Prize for exposing the Watergate scandal. 346 more words
Elon Musk has a habit of overpromising.
If history is anything to go by, he has failed to live up to every single one of his promises, (only the time frame, not actual deliveries). 659 more words
Plot can be a problem for many an author, including myself.
When I first started writing, I thought there should be no plot holes and that stories should make sense. 531 more words
By Austin Nolen
Fired and charged with perjury in 2015, former Philadelphia Police Officer Christopher Hulmes is now free to join another Pennsylvania law enforcement agency — despite a new charge and conviction for drunk driving. 717 more words
Some people get performance numbers from a dyno, some just race their car at the track, and I do both. In the latest video on my 2003 Mercedes-Benz E55 AMG, I find myself in the middle of cheese country at Great Lakes Dragaway, in Union Grove Wisconsin. 442 more words