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The US supreme court offers Muslims protection – and discrimination – at once | Amir H Ali

26 minutes agoNews : The Cutline

The court’s decision is far more tolerable than reinstating the travel ban in full. On Tuesday, six justices of the US supreme court reached a compromise on Donald Trump’s travel ban, making fine distinctions about who he can and cannot ban from the US. Show More Summary

Sven de Vries Travels to India for Elle Men Thailand Story

Sven de Vries adds another international edition of Elle to his portfolio with an editorial for Elle Men Thailand. The Dutch model takes us to India, where photographer Alexander Beer captures his travels. Embracing current fashions, Sven sports a wardrobe, which features the styling of Steven Doan. Show More Summary

TV tonight: 'Battle of the Network Stars' premiere, 'Zoo'

What’s worth watching, and what might not be, in prime time.        

British and Irish Lions: George North and Robbie Henshaw ruled out of tour

26 minutes agoSports / Rugby : BBC - Rugby Union

Wing George North and centre Robbie Henshaw will play no further part in the British and Irish Lions tour in New Zealand.

Tolerance for Transgender and Non-Binary People is Key: #NowWhat

iStock/Dendron America is a strange place these days. While the government is slowly trying to take away women’s access to affordable health care and contraceptives, and simply ignoring national events, such as Pride Month, the American public is beginning to accept people who don’t identify as traditional male or female. Show More Summary

Bitcoin documentary

26 minutes agoHumor : Funny or Die

Bitcoin documentary 3:58 This episode of Wonders of the World Wide Web shows the fascinating world of the bitcoin. Submitted by: SquirrelMonkey Regular Keywords: bitcoin bitcoins Views: 54

Review: Tokyo Xanadu

In 1980, while dancing around what can only be described as the second gayest roller rink ever caught on film, Kira – aka Terpsichore, aka one of the nine Muses, aka the goddess of dance and music – sang of a place nobody dared to go with a love we came to know. Show More Summary

A new adventure and a heavy heart

Early on Saturday morning, my wife and I will load up our cars and drive from Irvine to begin our new positions, which officially start on that day, at the University of California, Berkeley School of Law. My nine years in Orange County and at University of California, Irvine have been wonderful, everything I possibly […]

Top Posts From AJBlogs 06.28.17

27 minutes agoArts : Modern Art Notes

Four functions/dysfunctions of managers A former professor of mine used to say that there are two kinds of people in the world: those who divide the world into kinds of people, and those who don’t. Now, as a professor myself, I would add a third kind:... read more AJBlog: The Artful Manager Published 2017-06-28 […]

Newport Harbor Football 2017: Schedule, Roster, Stats

NEWPORT HARBOR FOOTBALL 2017 SCHEDULE (All games 7 p.m. unless noted) Date                    Opponent                         Site Sept. 1             at Pacifica                     […]

Kid Roasts Reporter That's Asking Him About Fireworks

28 minutes agoHumor : eBaum's World

This little shithead isn't about to give up any info on the good fireworks to this guy. "Wouldn't you like to know weather boy."

Dialysis patients can’t live with this union-backed bill

I’ve been living with kidney failure, also known as end-stage renal disease, for 33 years. That means my kidneys no longer effectively clean my blood and remove fluid from my body. Three times a week, for four hours at a time, I get dialysis where I’m hooked up to a machine that does the job […]

Dawn on Jefferson, Chapter 39: Then Everything got REALLY Weird

The Chinese surrounded us. Seven soldiers. Seven suits of battle armor. Seven people with the ability to level a city block each. Seven extremely angry people with five tweens. Five tweens that kept getting in their way. Five tweens that kept distracting them from what they wanted to, needed to do. Show More Summary

New Evidence Of An Ancient Neolithic Skull Cult Proves Humans Have Always Been Metal

It's hard to say how long The Metal has been around. This is because The Metal does not care for the laws of linear time. What we do know is that for thousands of years, humanity has both feared and revered The Metal, as evidenced once again by the recent discovery of an ancient skull cult. More »      

Single-payer health care is dead — for now. Californians shouldn’t let it come back

Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon, D-Paramount, has shelved Senate Bill 562. The bill aims to create a government-run, single-payer health care system in California. But, as Rendon noted, “This action does not mean SB562 is dead.” The California Legislature is still in the first half of a two-year session. The Senate has already approved the bill. […]

Letters: Let them go

Re: “Transfer rules spark discussion” [News, June 28]: A more accurate headline would have been: “School district forces Latino students to stay in failing district.” Anaheim Union High School District has an overwhelming majority of Latino students. Now, the district has tightened its transfer rules in order to deny children the chance for a better […]

The Squeeze Is On Against Hamas

The Islamist movement's Arab neighbors, together with Israel, are cutting off its few remaining lifelines — and hoping not to spark a war.

Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 Announced – Uses 14nm FinFET Process, Enhanced Dual-Camera Support & Faster LTE

The existing generation of Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 series processor is 435, and it was a pretty decent processor. With dual ISP and Qualcomm Adreno 505 GPU integration, the Snapdragon 435 supports rich, high-quality camera images and stunning graphics with optimum speed and power efficiency. Show More Summary

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