Seth MacFarlane will executive produce and star in a new comedic drama series after receiving an order for 13 episodes of the hour-long project from Fox. Set 300 years in the future, the Untitled Seth MacFarlane Project follows the adventures...
Fox is staying in the Seth MacFarlane business. The network announced Wednesday that it has ordered 13 episodes of a new comedic drama created and executive produced by the Emmy-winning mind behind "Family Guy" and "Ted." But in a noteworthy twist, MacFarlane will also star in the as yet untitled, hourlong,...
EXCLUSIVE: Seth MacFarlane is set to topline his first live-action TV series. Fox has given a 13-episode straight-to-series order to an hour-long, live-action comedic drama series created and executive produced by the Family Guy creator, who is also set to star. Show More Summary
Under executive producer and showrunner Warren Leight, a lot has changed for Law & Order: SVU. Characters have personal lives and the stories have moved from black and white/open and shut to a...
Felons’ voting rights are "in." Be there or be square.
With broadcast executives currently meeting to size up more than 80 pilots, a new analysis by The Hollywood Reporter singles out 10 projects that are likely to receive series orders. The projects include two apiece at each of five networks:...
Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s (D) executive order on April 22 to restore voting rights to about 206,000 violent and non-violent felons also restores their right sit on juries and take jobs in insurance and other functions. His decision does two things in one fell swoop. It takes Virginia one step further from its draconian, racially motivated […]
Republicans lawmakers plan to sue Governor Terry McAuliffe over his executive order restoring voting rights to former felons.
Virginia Republicans say they’re going to challenge Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s executive order restoring voting rights to more than 200,000 released felons. The first cruise ship from the United States to Cuba in decades arrived...Show More Summary
Republican lawmakers in Virginia are threatening to sue to keep more than 200,000 felons from voting in the 2016 presidential election. The lawmakers object to Governor Terry McAuliffe's executive order, announced in April, allowingShow More Summary
Two weeks ago, Terry McAuliffe, the governor of Virginia, issued an executive order that restored the vote to two hundred and six thousand people who have completed prison sentences and probation or parole for a felony conviction. The move was rightly hailed as a milestone for the state. Show More Summary
Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) issued a historic executive order restoring ex-felons' voting rights. Virginia Republicans are headed to court to reverse the policy.
At the end of April, Virginia Democratic Governor Terry McAuliffe signed an executive order restoring voting right s to people convicted of felonies. Unhappy state Republicans said on Monday they would file a lawsuit contesting the order, which, according to them, was designed to bulk up Democratic voter rolls in time for the general election. Read more...
The governor’s executive order restored the rights of felons to vote, run for office and sit on a jury.
Throwing Shade; 10 Sunny States Blocking Distributed Solar Development Greer Ryan, April 2016 (Center for Biological Diversity) Executive Summary In order to avoid the worst impacts of climate change, it’s clear that a rapid shift to...Show More Summary
Liberals will undoubtedly blame partisanship on the bench if the Supreme Court overrules DAPA, President Obama’s executive order handing temporary legal status to some 11 million undocumented aliens. But they’ll be wrong. This is not because the president did not have strong legal grounds for what he did. Show More Summary
It a move that could send shock waves throughout the leadership of every major Hollywood union and guild, the U.S. Department of Labor has ordered Scott Roth, executive director of the Art Directors Guild, to stand for election for the...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON -- Republicans quietly voted Thursday to gut President Barack Obama's executive order barring workplace discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees of federal contractors. The House Armed Services...Show More Summary
There’s great news for Marvel fans, as Netflix has decided to put “The Punisher” into production for a full season of anti-hero action and adventure. Staring Jon Bernthal, the forthcoming series will be executive produced by Steve Lightfoot,...Show More Summary
In 2014 President Obama issued an executive order barring gender identity discrimination both in the federal government and in businesses contracting with the government. Now the Republican House is doing something about it. The Republican-majority...Show More Summary