close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for Nov. 19 Fox News Flash top headlines for Nov. 19 are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com The death toll for the 2017 Las Vegas massacre rose to 59 last week after a woman in southern California succumbed to injuries sustained two years ago in what had already been deemed the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history, according to reports Monday. LAS VEGAS SHOOTING SURVIVOR UNDERGOES 11TH SURGERY, REACTS TO $800 MILLION SETTLEMENT FOR VICTIMS Kim Gervais, 57, of Jurupa Valley, Calif., died on Friday after she was rushed to Redlands Community Hospital, the San Bernardino County coroner confirmed in a statement. She was shot in the back and suffered spinal injuries on Oct. 1, 2017, when a gunman fired down into the crowd at the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival in Las Vegas, Riverside, Calif.'s The Press-Enterprise reported. Gervais was the 59th person to die as a result of the mass shooting. More than … [Read more...] about Las Vegas massacre death toll rises after southern California woman’s death
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Photo: Win McNamee/Getty Images Here is a science-fiction scenario: Imagine a strange new virus that incapacitates everybody below the age of 75. The virus wipes out the entire political leadership, except one old man, who has survived on account of his age, but may also be too old to handle the awesome task before him. Now suppose — and I am not certain this is the case, but just suppose — that this is happening to the Democratic presidential campaign. The virus is Twitter, and the old man is (duh) Joe Biden. In the aftermath of the 2016 elections, an exotic political theory promoted by the party’s most left-wing flank suddenly gained wide circulation. The appeal of Bernie Sanders proved Democrats were ready to embrace socialism, or at least something close to it; and Donald Trump’s election proved a nominee with extreme positions could still win. These two conclusions, in combination, suggested the party would move as far left as activists preferred at no … [Read more...] about What If the Only Democrat Who Isn’t Too Radical to Win Is Too Old?
MARLOW: So here it goes: our final very public Academy Awards tête-à-tête. We’ve already covered the year’s biggest awards controversies, why the great Viola Davis better get a goddamn Oscar, and the skeletons in Oscar frontrunner Casey Affleck’s closet. Now it’s time for the final two major categories in this glitzy gauntlet, Best Director and Best Picture. At the risk of repeating ourselves, it is worth mentioning once again how bananas it is that Mel Gibson, Hollywood’s version of an alt-right “fellow traveler,” is nominated for Best Director. Gibson is a talent, for sure, but not only is this an awards show voted on by his peers—with the nod signaling forgiveness for the unrepentant Gibson’s string of heinous misdeeds—the movie he’s being recognized for, Hacksaw Ridge, is sappy Hallmark card dreck. I loved Apocalypto. This is not in the same league. KEVIN: I will say that I’m maybe not surprised … [Read more...] about Oscars 2017: The Case for ‘Moonlight’ Over ‘La La Land’
CLEVELAND, OH — Housing in Cuyahoga County remains affordable, bucking a national trend. More than 300 counties in the U.S. have unaffordable housing for average wage earners, according to a new report from ATTOM Data. Over the past year, median home prices in Cuyahoga County grew but the dream of home ownership remained attainable. The report, which looked at home affordability for the first quarter of 2018, analyzed 446 counties and found that median home prices were not affordable for average wage earners in 304 counties or in 68 percent of the counties. In Cuyahoga County, the median sales price for a home in the first quarter of 2018 was $$103,000, according to ATTOM. Compared to a year ago, the median home price in Cuyahoga County grew 3 percent, according to the report. According to ATTOM, the annual income needed to buy a median price home in Cuyahoga County is $$31,459. That means, the average wage earner was qualified to buy a home in Cuyahoga County. According to the … [Read more...] about Here’s What You Need To Buy A Home In Cuyahoga County
Irritated with going to restaurants where there are multiple TVs blasting, or everyone is glued to their cell phones and tablets? On August 21st, the cozy community of businesses that make up the La Mesa Village will come together to offer Tech Break Tuesday. On that special evening, several restaurants will offer incentives to customers to put down their cell phones and reconnect with their family and friends. "Tech-Break Tuesday" is a component of the newly formed program called the Unplugged Village. The company name may conjure up images of a hippie commune but is really just a program with the mission to help people find ways to incorporate tech breaks into their daily lives. Claudia Erickson started the program after finding that too much tech time was taking a toll on her life and health. Over recent years, she has found many other people were concerned about the same issue and would offer to help, forming a village of support-that was the impetus for creating the name. … [Read more...] about La Mesa Village Goes Unplugged Aug 21