A plan called “E.G. Squared.” That stands for Ed Gillespie’s agenda for economic growth. The Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate says one part of it would make it easier for corporations to bring their off-shore holdings back to the U.S. Gillespie also wants to reduce the corporate tax rate from 35% to 25%. He’s challenging freshman Democratic U.S. Senator Mark Warner in the fall elections.
2 hours ago in Music
Frehley will release a covers album, entitled "Origins Vol. 1" in April, and on it he teams up with his former bandmate for "Fire and Water," a track originally recorded in 1970 by the English rock group Free.
3 hours ago in Weird
That awkward moment when a mugshot looks just like the reporter.