It may have happened to you: you're flying home for Christmas and your flight gets cancelled, or overbooked, or your bags don't arrive at your destination. What do you do now?
President Trump is looking for a new chief of staff and, while a number of possible candidates have bowed out, one seems to be gaining traction: House Freedom Caucus chairman Rep.
Another perspective on the memorial services for former President George H.W. Bush -- this time, a broader view of how we increasingly treat our presidents, in life and in death, more like kings than public servants.
It's no secret that many companies collect data about you. Some, like banks and phone companies, have been collecting such information for decades. We're used to it and, mostly, accept it.
Remember when Dick's Sporting Goods said it would no longer sell "assault" weapons in its stores and refuse to sell firearms to anyone under the age of 21? We said the company was free to do whatever it wished, but should not be surprised if a good portion of its customer base decided to take its business elsewhere.
The passing of former President George H.W. Bush has drawn a lot of comment, much of it focused on his inherent decency and devotion to family and country. But it's not all of what he was. Mr. Bush was complicated, especially to conservatives.
There is some hope the EPA may roll back mandates on the use of biofuels. We would hope the agency would do it because such mandates are bad policy.
The moral outrage we noted earlier about Border Patrol efforts to end and ultimately disperse the migrant caravan's asault on the border was entirely predictable. But something else was, too: the re-discovery that during the Obama years, there were similar incidents at the border (including the separation of migrants and their children).
The pictures of would-be illegal immigrants running from tear gas used to turn back their assault on the U.S. border has, unsurprisingly, drawn outrage from the left.