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Indiana Governor Mike Pence: Media Created a “Red Herring” with RFRA Outrage

And he’s right about that: the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) is about preserving religious liberty and not prosecuting Americans for their religious beliefs. But, it isn’t specifically targeting the gay community and is meant...Show More Summary

€15 mln for French poultry to offset loss of EU subsidies

The French government has granted the poultry sector €15 million in support to overcome the effects of the abolition of the EU subsidies on the export of frozen chicken to third countries.

VIDEO: Hillary Clinton is Not the “Best Choice” for America, says Ex-Governor O’Malley

Martin O’Malley, former Democratic governor of Maryland, said that Hillary Clinton isn’t the “best choice” for the country (but he is probably planning to run against her in the primaries). Like he is the better choice?

Seattle’s $15 minimum wage phase-in begins April 1

By Lisa Jennings, Nation's Restaurant News The first phase of an increase of Seattle’s minimum wage to $15 per hour will go into effect on April 1, as state lawmakers consider next week a broader wage hike to $12 per hour that would impact employers across Washington State.

‘Game Of Thrones’ Maisie Williams To Guest On ‘Doctor Who’

The BBC and the official Doctor Who Twitter feed set dual fandoms buzzing this afternoon with word that Game Of Thrones‘ Maisie Williams, aka Arya Stark, will do a guest turn on the next season of the cult series. Today is Williams’ first day on set (see pic of her on the TARDIS above), although her role is being kept under wraps. Show More Summary

As ABIM Struggles to Find Itself, Doctors are Moving On

2 days agoIndustries / Medical : Dr. Wes

After its initial public humiliation, the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) had to re-group and admit they "got it wrong." But as far as the practicing physician community was concerned, the apology was lukewarm at best.  Instead...Show More Summary

Pentagram Rebrands The New School

An algorithm-based typeface is designed to catapult one of the nation's top creative hubs into the 21st century. The New School, home to Parsons the New School for Design, is one of the most design-centric universities in the country. Show More Summary

Hey Liberals: Bill Clinton Signed a RFRA Bill First, but Where’s the Outrage?

Unknown (or ignored) by liberals and their liberal mainstream media, Bill Clinton signed into law the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, known as RFRA. But, they conveniently forget or ignore this and are attacking Indiana and their governor, Republican Mike Pence, over signing one into law. Okay, way to be consistent, guys.

New ‘Jurassic World’ Teaser: Bystanders Carried Off By Pterosaurs

Taking advantage of tonight’s The Walking Dead season 5 finale, Universal has released a new TV spot teaser for this summer’s Chris Pratt-fronted Jurassic World. The film picks up 22 years after the original Jurassic Park, with a fully functional dinosaur theme park built on the island of Isla Nubar. Show More Summary

Indiana Governor supports Clarifying Religious Objections Law

People who haven’t actually read the law, or the context of the law, are outraged over the state’s RFRA (or Religious Freedom Restoration Act) law. It forced Republican governor Mike Pence to say he’ll clarify what the law is sooner rather than later, by adding clarification in the law itself. Too bad people read headlines […]

Actress Apologizes to Cops after Accusing them of Racial Profiling

Taraji Henson, a female black actress known for her role in the Fox TV show “Empire,” apologized to police after she accused them of racial profiling. Her son was pulled over by a police officer in Glendale, California and the police released the video, showing the officer let her son get off much easier than everyone […]

Top Classical Music Apps

In the midst of hip-hop, country and EDM, it can be nice to wind down and listen to some relaxing classical music. So, just turn on your smartphone and start drifting away. Smartphones do a lot of things. They can tell you to call your grandmother. They can capture your...

STX Entertainment Pacts With China’s Huayi Bros For 12-15 Pics Per Year

STX Entertainment has just established itself as a force to be reckoned with. The company today officially sealed a deal with China's largest privately held film firm, Huayi Brothers Media Corp, in a three-year pact that begins in 2016 for 12-15 projects per year. Show More Summary

Daily News Briefs April 1, 2015

Bloomberg Takes a National Look at Toll "Battles" More on Tolling & the Obama Transportation Bill NCDOT Offers Detail on Charlotte Tolling Plan NJ Pike Settles Suit over Trooper's Traffic Stop CT...

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