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Judges 'Appalled' by Delay on Garland Nomination, Former Judge Says

Today marks the 100th day since D.C. Circuit Chief Judge Merrick Garland was nominated to the Supreme Court. That is 100 days without formal consideration of his nomination; 100 days without a hearing by the Senate; 100 days with no Senatorial advice and certainly no consent. As Senate Republican......

First Circuit Dismisses Gun Law Challenge, Upholds Restrictions

Former Supreme Court Justice David Souter graced the First Circuit, sitting by designation, for an appeal involving the Second Amendment. It seems like guns are getting all the press these days. But Souter's opinion wasn't exactly what we would call a treatise of judicial erudition. The darn thing was only......

Actor Slams Trump’s ‘Vitriolic and Hate-Filled Rhetoric’ in New York Times Op-Ed

In an op-ed piece published today in The New York Times, popular actor and comedian Aziz Ansari says prejudice is on the rise — and hate speech from Donald Trump and others is contributing to it. “It’s visceral, and scary,...

Google, Mayo Clinic, Harvard Team Up for Easy Symptom Search

  Roughly 1 percent of searches on Google are symptom related. Starting  this week, when consumers access Google’s mobile search for information about certain symptoms, they will quick, accurate facts on relevant related medical conditions up front on their smartphone or other mobile device. Show More Summary

‘The Shallows’ Review: Blake Lively Makes For Lovely Shark Bait In Zillionth Ripoff Of ‘Jaws’

You have to give director Jaume Collet-Serra and the producers of this exploitative shark vs. surfer- woman movie, they know how to do it for a price. You can just imagine the pitch meeting on Columbia Pictures’ The Shallows. “Hey let’s...Show More Summary

Frito-Lay Seeks Photos of Weird-Shaped Cheetos — and They Can Be Worth Big Bucks

A manatee swimming, a person just about to kick, Macho Poser and T Rex on a rock are just a few of the weird-shaped Cheetos with their photos on display in the online Cheetos Museum, where the Community Gallery is...

AF: Unpublished Guidance Allows for 'Unofficial' Flag-folding Script

The Air Force also says that guidance is consistent with subsequent federal law and Defense Department policy.

TV Vet Prevails in the ‘Curious Case of Mr. Pigglesworth’

A Michigan appeals court overturned sanctions against a TV reality vet in the "Curious Case of Mr. Pigglesworth."

‘Another Period’s Natasha Leggero & Riki Lindhome On Season 2 Guest Stars: Joss Whedon & More – Emmys

When it comes to filling out the guest star roster for the second season of Comedy Central’s turn-of-the century satire Another Period, creators and stars Natasha Leggero and Riki Lindome have an embarrassment of riches given their footprint...Show More Summary

Should You Send a Resume or a CV?

A curriculum vitae and resume seem like similar concepts, and the two terms are often used to refer to the same thing. However, there are a few key differences between the two types of documents. When you're applying for a position, it's important to know when to write a resume or go with a CV. Show More Summary

Telehealth Provider American Well Appoints Freshman as New CTO

Telehealth provider American Well has appointed longtime executive team member and engineering lead Jon Freshman to become the Company’s Chief Technology Officer (CTO). In his new role as CTO, Jon will oversee the three arms of American...Show More Summary

John Oliver’s Brexit Screed Gets Post-Vote Reaction

Unlike Americans, TV viewers in the UK were not able to see John Oliver’s Last Week Tonight edition from last Sunday, in which he blasted Brexit, until after they’d cast their Brexit votes on Thursday. Sky said it was compelled to delay...Show More Summary

‘Sneaky Pete’ Casts Virginia Kull; Brittany Curran Joins ‘The Magicians’

Gracepoint alumna Virginia Kull is set for a recurring role opposite Giovanni Ribisi on the upcoming Amazon drama series Sneaky Pete. It revolves around Marius (Ribisi), a con man who after leaving prison takes cover from his past by assuming the identity of his cellmate, Pete. Show More Summary

George Lucas Scraps Planned Chicago Museum, Shifts Focus to California

“Star Wars” creator George Lucas is abandoning plans to build a museum on Chicago’s lakefront that would have showcased his art collection. The Chicago Tribune reports that Lucas will instead try to build the museum in California. The move ends...

Non-Sequiturs: 06.24.16

An article advocating why we should prioritize free expression over intellectual property laws, and why the Led Zeppelin case is important. [Katz Justice] Gay marriage is legal, but that doesn't mean it is easy for gay couples to have children. Show More Summary

The Music Industry Must Innovate To Tackle Secondary Ticketing Rip-Offs

As a music fan and avid gig-goer I understand the frustrations of knowing your favourite band have just put tickets for their next tour on sale and that desperation of having multiple screens open and frantically clicking refresh inShow More Summary

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