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Alevo Moves Closer to Commercial Deployment of Its Big Battery in PJM Territory

Alevo, a battery manufacturing aspirant with mysterious sources of big funding, has moved a little closer to commercial deployment of its sulfur-based inorganic lithium-ion electrolyte chemistry. The first commercial deployment for the...Show More Summary

Clock ticking on ‘oppressive’ California bill forcing LGBT ideology on Christian colleges

California Senate Bill 1146 that would require schools to abandon their moral principles has until August 31 to pass in the state legislature.

Climate law advocates win victory on Tuesday, but fight is not over

Essential Politics: Live updates as lawmakers in Sacramento debate landmark climate change bill Aug. 23, 2016, 12:06 p.m. Welcome to Essential Politics, our daily feed on California government and politics news. Here's what we're watching: Lawmakers in the Assembly debate the year's most closely...

Tom Brady fans go nuts for $50 nuts

If there's something besides football that Tom Brady excels in, the food business might be it. In May, the Patriots quarterback released a $200 cookbook through his sports performance company, TB12. Despite the price tag, the book sold out in minutes. Now there's another hot item on the market...

Update on: Essential Politics: Live updates as lawmakers in Sacramento debate landmark climate change bill

Essential Politics: Live updates as lawmakers in Sacramento debate landmark climate change bill Aug. 23, 2016, 12:06 p.m. Welcome to Essential Politics, our daily feed on California government and politics news. Here's what we're watching: Lawmakers in the Assembly debate the year's most closely...

Catholic Politician Defends Abortion, Says Catholic Church Doesn’t Think Unborn Babies are People

Minnesota state Rep. John Lesch is a Catholic and a politician in the conservative mid-west. He also supports abortions. Lesch, a board member of the pro-abortion group Catholics for Choice, wrote a column for The Hill this week explaining why he supports abortion and why other Catholic politicians should, too. “I came of age in […]

Check out Tom Brady's thumb four days after 'a silly accident' caused him to miss a Patriots' preseason game

This is what kept Tom Brady from playing in the New England Patriots' preseason game against the Chicago Bears on Friday: (Steven Senne / Associated Press) That shot came from before practice Tuesday, four days after the Patriots' star quarterback cut his thumb while using a pair of scissors to...

Baby-friendly Hosptials Can, Paradoxically, Be Unsafe for Newborns

A new paper in JAMA Pediatrics is the latest in a series of critiques of the so-called "baby friendly" hospital movement. Previously, the global pro-breastfeeding initiative has been questioned for its effectiveness and for its unfair treatment of new mothers. Now, doctors are questioning its safety.

McAuliffe Restores Voting Rights to 13,000 Virginians

An order issued this week should restore the voting rights to about 13,000 formerly incarcerated people ahead of the November presidential election. The post McAuliffe Restores Voting Rights to 13,000 Virginians appeared first on Rewire.

Mother Put Her 4-Day-Old Baby in the Refrigerator for Hours, Killing Him

A woman in South Carolina has been arrested on murder chargers after she allegedly put her newborn baby in the refrigerator for hours. Angela Renee Blackwell, 27, was arrested Monday and charged with felony homicide by child abuse. According to the arrest warrant, Blackwell was at her home on Rose Street on February 27 when she put […]

Medium chance of cyclone off Lesser Antilles: U.S. NHC

(Reuters) - A tropical wave east of the Lesser Antilles has a 40 percent chance of developing into a tropical cyclone in the next 48 hours, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said on Tuesday.

Gay men are 2% of population but 55% of AIDS cases: CDC

'Kids need to see these statistics to cut through the ubiquitous gay propaganda,' Peter LaBarbera said.

Judge permanently blocks Florida from defunding abortion businesses

Planned Parenthood and the ACLU hailed U.S. District Judge Robert Hinkle's decision as a victory.

Climate change vote expected on Assembly floor

Essential Politics: Drug companies spend millions to oppose price cap on prescriptions, Assembly OKs new regulations for charter buses Aug. 23, 2016, 11:07 a.m. Welcome to Essential Politics, our daily feed on California government and politics news. Here's what we're watching: The state Assembly...

Another reason to hate Mylan, which jacked up the price of life-saving EpiPens: It's a tax dodger

The pharmaceutical company Mylan has been taking on a boatload of vituperation — and rightfully so — for jacking up the price of its lifesaving EpiPen injector, which reverses allergic reactions, by 500%. But there’s another reason to detest this remarkably amoral corporation: It’s also a tax dodger....

Libertarian Candidate Endorses a Carbon Fee

In an interview in Alaska, Gary Johnson endorsed the idea of a fee on carbon emissions. Here’s what he had to say, according to E&E News: “Johnson described his “free market approach” to global warming to the Juneau Empire in an interview published this weekend. He said his plan would include a fee, “not a […]

Libya: Still a Fractured Land

Disagreement over how money from the country’s oil, which represents 98% of government revenue, should be distributed is paralyzing Libyan peace efforts. The post Libya: Still a Fractured Land appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.

Gulf Coast Diversity Conference

On August 16, Ingalls Shipbuilding hosted the first annual Gulf Coast Diversity Conference. Participants included representatives from Ingalls, Chevron Refinery, Beau Rivage Resort and Casino, Mississippi Power and many others. For its...Show More Summary

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