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New York Files an Antitrust Suit Against the Maker of an Alzheimer’s Drug

6 minutes agoHealth : NYT: Health

The state attorney general said Actavis’s plan to stop selling an older tablet in favor of a newer one was an attempt to maintain a monopoly.

California broadens autism therapy coverage for children on Medi-Cal

10 minutes agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

California children enrolled in public healthcare will regain access to an expensive form of autism therapy after the state Monday became the first in the country to comply with new federal guidelines.

Turkey’s Caution on ISIL War: “It’s far away for them but very close to us”

By Ali Murat Yel, Editor-in-Chief TurkeyAgenda In the United States the public has difficulty in understanding the reluctance of Turkey to join the international coalition that is going to war in the…

September 16 roundup

42 minutes agoIndustries / Law : Overlawyered

“When I asked them why they decided to sell their [toy import] business, they said that they got out because of Proposition 65 and the CPSIA.” [Nancy Nord] State tax regimes are getting more aggressive about grabbing money earned inShow More Summary

America at the Tipping Point (Part 3)

The CIA reported this past Thursday that the number of Islamic State fighters is actually three times what previous government estimates were, according to Fox News. A spokesperson for the

A cure for diabetes? Don't look to chiropractors, state says

There are thousands of competent chiropractors in California helping people deal with back or neck pain.

Obama needs to clarify murky Middle East mission

Can President Barack Obama lead a coalition to degrade or destroy the terrorists of the Islamic State? He stared resolutely into the camera from the White House last week, talking

Who Will Follow Texas GOP Chairman Munisteri? The Race Begins

HOUSTON, Texas — The race to replace Texas Republican Party Chairman Steve Munisteri kicked off this past weekend at the quarterly meeting of the State Republican Executive Committee (SREC) in Austin. Three candidates announced they will be running to fill the vacancy that will be left when Chairman Munisteri eventually steps down. Show More Summary

TEKS and APUSH Are Like Oil and Water, They Do Not Mix

On Friday September 19 th, the Texas State Board of Education (SBOE) will consider a resolution presented by Board member Ken Mercer. The resolution will request that the College Board rewrite its Advanced Placement U.S. History (APUSH) course and exam “in a transparent manner to accurately reflect U.S. Show More Summary

How fighting climate change could save the planet AND rebuild the economy

Despite all the scary predictions of rising seas and global warming, politicians in the United States at least have been reluctant to take serious action to reduce greenhouse gases. Reasonably sensible ideas like taxing carbon emissions -- an idea with bipartisan intellectual support -- are routinely dismissed out of hand as being bad for the […]

Rush Limbaugh’s ‘No Means Yes’ Comment On Sexual Consent Sparks Outrage

Conservative pundit Rush Limbaugh stepped over the line again today with his views on Ohio State University’s sexual consent policy. “How many of you guys in your own experience with women have learned that ‘no’ means ‘yes’ if you know...Show More Summary

Buckeyes Head into Bye Week Looking to Fix Issues to Make a Run at Big Ten Title

With confidence rising, the last thing the Buckeyes need is a week off. Getting more reps is the only way to gain meaningful experience. Since Ohio State can’t change its schedule, it needs to make the most of its bye week. Here areShow More Summary

Kent State reponds to Urban Outfitters

Kent State University and many on the Internet criticized Urban Outfitters Inc. on Monday for selling a sweatshirt with its college logo and what appears to be spattered blood, saying it evoked memories of the 1970 shooting where four...Show More Summary

The Worst Gun Bill Ever

Herald Tribune: You’re at the range. A longtime friend comes over and asks if he could try your handgun, as he’s contemplating buying one. Of course you agree. That’s what gun owners do. If this scenario occurs in Washington State after the passage of Initiative 594, both of you have broken the law. Initiative 594 […]

Shake-up at PUC, PG&E over emails related to San Bruno blast case

2 hours agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

Stung by criticism that the Public Utilities Commission had developed "too cozy" of a relationship with the state's largest utility, PUC President Michael Peevey removed himself from further proceedings over a huge explosion in 2010 that killed eight people in the Bay Area city of San Bruno.

Georgia Tech vs. Virginia Tech: Complete Game Preview

What a difference a week makes for the Virginia Tech Hokies. Coming off one of the biggest wins in recent school history at then-No. 8 Ohio State, the Hokies found themselves ranked and hosting a tough East Carolina squad. The Hokies...Show More Summary

Did Obama Learn Anything From Libya That He Can Use In Syria? The Easy Answer is 'No'

So, now, here we are again aiding rebel groups like the "Army of the Mujahideen" in a fight against other mujahideen while the Islamic State gathers its strength and mocks us with beheading after beheading.

European Union Boss Surprised At Tony Abbott Snub Of Climate Change Talks

The Australian Prime Minister has snubbed global talks on climate change with 125 heads of state, preferring instead to focus on the War in Iraq.

Saturday at Lake Arrowhead

On Saturday I attended the Bird Walk at Lake Arrowhead State Park. We had some out of town guests (David, Jonathon, Eilene) from New Mexico and Arizona as well as Terry, June and Paula.It was unseasonably cool for mid September, which I was very happy about. Show More Summary

Ohio’s Conflicting Statutes Create Obstacles for Some Abuse Survivors

Survivors of child sexual abuse have 12 years after they turn 18 to pursue justice—unless they're trying to sue the state. Image: Gavel and documents via Shutterstock The post Ohio’s Conflicting Statutes Create Obstacles for Some Abuse Survivors appeared first on RH Reality Check.

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