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Morning Reads – Thursday, October 2, 2014

On this day in 1924, the Geneva Protocol adopted the League of Nations. Bleh Peaches 20 most dangerous cities in Georgia Georgia Tech to allow Bitcoin at games. Romney puts pressure on Georgia over “fresh air” City of Savannah vs. Eminent Domain. Show More Summary

The Best in Green Design at the Buenos Aires 2013 CASA FOA Festival

This year's CASA FOA was set at the old Tornquist Bank, a 1926 Neoclassical National Monument right in right Buenos Aires' city center.   Architect Julio Oropel's Wine Bar Trapiche welcomed visitors with an intimate dark cafeteria decorated

Obama’s Blame Game Underscores U.S. Intelligence Problem

In a nationally televised interview that aired Sunday, U.S. President Barack Obama spoke of his director of national intelligence, James Clapper, the way a manager at a fast-food joint would

STUDY: CNN Skimps On Coverage During Climate Week

CNN aired only a third as much coverage as MSNBC on the United Nations' Climate Summit and related events including the historic People's Climate March. Even Fox News aired over twice as much on the subject compared to CNN -- though much of its coverage mocked or dismissed the events. Show More Summary

New Iraqi TV Series Devoted to Mocking Islamic State in an Anti-ISIS Propaganda Campaign

An Iraqi state television station is now airing a nationally televised parody series that directly mocks Islamic State militants and acts as an anti-ISIS propaganda tool, hoping to prevent more people from joining the jihadist movem...

‘Dance Moms’ Spoilers: Season 4 Finale, Part 1, Brings Big Announcements, Tears And Challenges

Dance Moms season 4 is about to come to a close, but first the girls have to head to Nationals and see what kind of magic they can create. The season 4 finale is a two-parter, with the first part airing Tuesday, September 30. What Dance...Show More Summary

Netanyahu to U.N.: ‘Hamas Is ISIS and ISIS Is Hamas’

2 days agoNews : Mediaite

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu criticized many of the world leaders sitting at the United Nations General Assembly this morning for supporting strikes against ISIS, while, weeks before, condemning him for air strikes agains Hamas in Gaza.

National Geographic Channel Ramps Up Daytime Schedule with Programming from Nat Geo Wild & National Geographic Channel International

National Geographic Channel (NGC) today announced it will bring new changes to its daytime programming. NGC recently began airing programming from sister network Nat Geo WILD from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.

It's Time to Abandon the Delusion of a Carbon Tax

At the United Nations last week, President Obama urged the nations of the world to follow our lead and begin to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The president has moved aggressively to use the powers of the Clean Air Act to begin the decade-long process of regulating greenhouse gases as air pollutants. Show More Summary

Obama: For a Couple Years, Our Intelligence Agencies Had No Idea What Was Happening in Syria

On CBS's "Face the Nation" in a clip from a "60 Minutes" interview that will air Sunday night, President Barack Obama blamed his Director of National Intelligence James Clapper for failing to realize ISIS was gaining strength in Syria. Show More Summary

The NRA’s over-the-top ad stretches the facts with its images

“Mary Landrieu voted to take away your gun rights.” –new National Rifle Association ad, airing in Louisiana  This new NRA ad certainly packs a punch. It opens with idyllic scenes of a mother in an upper middle-class home checking on her baby in the crib and texting a spouse who’s away: “Love You. Good Night.” […]

Kiron Sarkar’s Weekly Report 9.27.14

The US, together with 5 Arab nations, launched air strikes against ISIS in Syria. Whilst positive that a number of Arab states are participating, this is going to be a long campaign. The Chinese finance minister, Mr Lou Jiwei, stated that growth faces downward pressure, though China will not make major policy changes to compensate....Read More

My Author Interview on NPR's Only A Game

4 days agoSports / Golf : Armchair Golf

I HAD A GREAT OPPORTUNITY to talk to Bill Littlefield, host of NPR's Only A Game. The show aired nationally today (Saturday).The appearance included a web page that has a Q&A and excerpt from my book, DRAW IN THE DUNES: The 1969 Ryder...Show More Summary

How to watch Boise State vs. Air Force: Game guide, TV schedule, odds

Can one of the nation's best rushing defenses stop one of the nation's most potent ground attacks? Two Mountain Division foes will square off in conference play Saturday night when the Boise State Broncos travel to take on the Air Force...Show More Summary

US-led strikes hit ISIS oil targets as Britain joins coalition

5 days agoNews : The Raw Story

US aircraft were flying “near continuous” bombing raids against Islamic State militants in Syria, officials said, after Britain and two more EU nations agreed to join the US-led air armada. The mission is now similar to US-led air raids undertaken in Iraq, with “near...

Happy Hour Roundup

Looks like we’re getting the band back together: LONDON — Britain on Friday became the latest nation to join the U.S.-led air campaign against Islamic State militants, with Parliament voting overwhelmingly to authorize attacks in Iraq — though not in Syria. The vote brings Britain into the air campaign belatedly, some seven weeks after […]

Can the UN Help Curb Climate Change and its Consequences?

If setting an example could make states and their leaders do the right thing, then the United Nations might be on the right track. A few years ago, the UN Secretary General ordered that heating be reduced in the winter and the air conditioning...Show More Summary

Can the UN Help Curb Climate Change and its Consequences?

If setting an example could make states and their leaders do the right thing, then the United Nations might be on the right track. A few years ago, the UN Secretary General ordered that heating be reduced in the winter and the air conditioning...Show More Summary

Freedom to Marry Launches National Ad Highlighting Anti-Gay Marriage Discrimination: VIDEO

5 days agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

A new national ad from Freedom to Marry will air during Sunday morning network news in D.C. and on cable news next week. The ad, called "It's Time" highlights the states which still discriminate against gay couples and is timed...

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