For many members, the president’s remark was just the boost they craved, lending a new sense of purpose and legitimacy to their violent tactics and translating almost instantaneously into a recruitment drive.
This has been called the most important election in generations — some say in the life of the country. But that’s not what people saw when they tuned in. Collectively, this was not a night when the country could claim victory. Instead, it was quite the opposite.
The big data and surveillance company, founded by billionaire technology investor Peter Thiel, began trading at $10 per share, a long-anticipated move that will bring public scrutiny to one of tech’s most secretive start-ups.
At stores run by COOP DK’s five grocery chains, shoppers can use an app that gives them a personalized carbon footprint tracker that displays roughly how much CO2 it took to produce the tomatoes, yogurt or cold cuts in their baskets.
Heading into "Thursday Night Football," the winless, injury-riddled teams are already in the running for next year's No. 1 draft pick, which could be used to grab Trevor Lawrence, Clemson's star quarterback.