Many retailers across the globe see in e-commerce a way to expand beyond borders. The Mexican-based company Elektra is one of them, and it wants to compete with giants such as Amazon with a new online store focused on immigrant consumers in the U.S.
The Arizona Supreme Court has overturned an amendment which says bail must be denied when someone is accused of certain sexual offenses. Now, the state can no longer deny accused rapists the opportunity to seek bail.
Immigration officials want to get rid of a policy that allows some foreign entrepreneurs to stay in the country while they build a start-up business, and the change would affect foreign students studying at Arizona universities.
Shooter was the subject of an investigation into sexual misconduct over several years. But now, some of the Yuma Republican’s supporters are collecting signatures to try to get Shooter back on the ballot.
It’s easy to think the only benefit of holding a company’s stock is the chance to make money, but a new crop of investors have another goal in mind and their goals move beyond the almighty dollar — to just the almighty.
Considering the non-traditional challenges of fighting terrorist groups instead of more traditional nation-centered adversaries, some have questioned whether the war on terror is being fought correctly and whether it will ever end.
A new survey says a majority of Americans — 59 percent — think Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russia and the 2016 campaign has not yet uncovered evidence of any crimes. In reality, Mueller has obtained five guilty pleas and 17 criminal indictments.