In a video that seems like a parody ad from "Saturday Night Live," the company trumpets the pants' stretchy waistband and leftover-appropriate pockets, all decorated with images of stuffing. But the main attraction are the gruesome stuffing images on the pants' high elastic waistband (a kind of Spanx-meets-1970s-cumberbund sartorial auto crash) and inside the pockets (now no one can tell if you're hoarding stuffing for later or if it's just your pocket lining).
Corn, Soybean Harvest: Better Late Than Never
The corn harvest was 82 percent completed, behind 90 percent for both last year's pace and the five-year average. Sorghum was 83 percent harvested, behind 98 percent a year ago and an average of 92 percent.
Army to Allow People with Mental Health Conditions to Enlist
Worse still, mental health problems could present themselves at inopportune times, such as during a combat deployment, she said. More medical records mean leaders can make better-informed decisions about recruits with prior mental health issues.
Apple Watch retakes lead of wearables market, Xiaomi second
The Motley Fool has the following options: long January 2020 $150 calls on Apple and short January 2020 $155 calls on Apple . Despite the late launch in the period, a quarter of the total Apple Watches sold were LTE S3 Apple Watch models.
Two militants killed in Kashmir encounter
The security forces are going after militants as part of operation "hunt down" and on the basis of a hit list of militants. A police spokesman said the slain militants were identified as Toib of Sopore and Ashiq of Palhallan Pattan.
Jewish Millionaires Tell Congress: Don't Cut Our Taxes!
According to Mark Mazur, Tax Policy Center, the bill would amount to a decent tax decline for the majority of the USA households. And while those polled did not think that the middle class will benefit most, an overwhelming majority thought that they should.