Donald Trump took aim Friday at a second U.S. manufacturer that plans to move jobs from Indiana to Mexico, a day after he threatened consequences for business that shifted American jobs abroad. "Rexnord of Indiana is moving to Mexico and rather viciously firing all of its 300 workers," Trump wrote at 10:06 p.m. on Twitter. "This is happening all over our country. No more!" Rexnord, which is based in Milwaukee, intends to move production of industrial bearings from Indianapolis to Monterrey, Mexico, according to the employee union. The move, expected by the middle of next year, would eliminate about 300 jobs. read more
A recently declassified document that was unearthed through the Freedom of Information Act, suggests that the Chinese government has conducted massive-scale studies on superhuman powers like telepathy, psychokinesis, approbation, aerokinesis, clairsentience, clairaudience, and more. The US Central Intelligence Agency was appraised of these studies, and could have conducted similar investigations, all while keeping the results hidden from the general public. read more
Ford Motor Co. was a target of Donald Trump's criticism on the campaign trail for building cars in Mexico, and now that Trump will be president, Ford said it's willing to work with him to keep jobs in the U.S. -- provided Trump puts the right policies in place, according to the automaker's chief executive officer.
"We will be very clear in the things we'd like to see," Mark Fields said in an exclusive interview Friday at Bloomberg offices in Southfield, Michigan.
Among them, according to Fields: currency-manipulation rules to promote free and fair trade, tax reform and safety guidelines for autonomous vehicles. read more
The traditional assumption is that photos or other visual images are a universal language that any advanced life form could understand. In reality, it's extremely unlikely that extraterrestrials would see things as humans do, says Don Hoffman, professor of cognitive sciences at the University of California, Irvine.
Even on our own planet, eyesight varies widely, he notes. Bats perceive the world via radar. Indian pythons see in infrared. And honeybees navigate by detecting polarized light. read more
When 17-year-old James Charles was named the first male ambassador for CoverGirl this month, the company's message was simple: "All of our CoverGirls are role models and boundary-breakers, fearlessly expressing themselves, standing up for what they believe and redefining what it means to be beautiful," the makeup brand said in a press release. "James Charles is no exception."
But one mother did take exception to the brand's inclusive message, penning an article for the Homeschool Conservative lamenting the impact a male CoverGirl had on her 6-year-old son. read more