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Zambia: Kwacha down on greenback

Zambia’s kwacha weakened nearly 2 percent against the dollar yesterday in a technical correction as traders remained wary of a row between the government and mining firms over royalties. ||| Zambia’s kwacha weakened almost 2 percentShow More Summary

Going Bananas: A Case Study in Media-Manufactured Racism

Political correctness is a pathological disorder. You can’t say “niggardly” or “black holes” or “chink in the armor” without provoking protests or risking your job. You can’t invoke the Constitution

David Brock Calls On The New York Times To Issue "Prominent Correction" To Sloppy Clinton Email Reporting

Media Matters Founder and Chairman of the Board David Brock called on The New York Times to issue a "prominent correction as soon as possible" after publishing what he called a "wholly inadequate" article about Hillary Clinton's useShow More Summary

Eagles reportedly trade LeSean McCoy to the Bills

11 hours agoSports : The Early Lead

Chip Kelly bet that his offensive system could survive the loss of wide receiver DeSean Jackson last season, and he was mostly proven correct. On Monday, the Eagles coach made another large wager that he could produce big numbers despite shedding a big star, as running back LeSean McCoy was reportedly traded to Buffalo. ESPN’s Adam Schefter […]

Holding Iran to a nuclear deal may be a challenge

12 hours agoHealth : Booster Shots

To the editor: Michael Krepon may well be correct that the Iran nuclear deal in the works serves U.S. interests, but his endorsement exposes a chink that cannot be ignored — namely the challenge to hold Iran to the deal. ("The Obama administration is seeking the right deal with Iran,"...

NBA review determines that J.J. Redick's ejection was correct call

The NBA released a review of the last two minutes of Monday's game between the Clippers and the Minnesota Timberwolves, in which they determined that J.J. Redick's ejection was the correct call.

The 17-Page Defense of Hillary Clinton's Record Keeping

The triumvirate of pro-Hillary groups — Media Matters, Correct the Record, and American Bridge – are mounting a full-throated response to the New York Times’s report that Hillary Clinton, in violation of open-records laws, communicated...Show More Summary

Rikers Island Inmates Work Together To Save Prison Guard From Being Raped

A group of Rikers Island inmates banded together and saved a female prison guard from being raped by another inmate. A prisoner was inside a locked room with the guard on Saturday night and was about to attack the female correction officer when other inmates went into action to save her. Show More Summary

A Troubling Argument in the Wall Street Journal

A report of mine was quoted recently in the Wall Street Journal, and it drew a response from a concerned reader. The “Notable & Quotable” of Feb. 23, which is from the Tax Foundation’s report “Sources of Personal Income,” correctly points...Show More Summary

Tea Party Loses Big in Today's Vote on Clean DHS Funding Bill

It looks like the conventional wisdom was correct: The House will vote as soon as Tuesday afternoon on a bill to fund the Department of Homeland Security for the rest of the fiscal year. The measure will not target President Obama'sShow More Summary

Georgia stops planned executions after lethal drug found 'cloudy'

16 hours agoHealth : Booster Shots

The Georgia Department of Corrections said Tuesday it will delay a pair of scheduled executions after officials became concerned with the condition of the lethal-injection cocktail that was to be used in the execution of Kelly Renee Gissander on Monday night.

Georgia temporarily halts executions to examine drug

ATLANTA (AP) — Corrections officials in Georgia have temporarily halted executions so they can analyze a drug that prompted the last-minute postponement of a lethal injection.

Georgia Halts Executions To Examine Cloudy Drug

16 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

KATE BRUMBACK, Associated Press JACKSON, Ga. (AP) — Corrections officials in Georgia have temporarily halted all planned executions to give the state time to analyze a drug that prompted the last-minute postponement of an execution. Kelly Renee Gissendaner was set to be executed Monday at 7 p.m. Show More Summary

Georgia Had to Halt an Execution Because Its Drugs Went Bad

Last night the Georgia Department of Corrections delayed the execution of Kelly Renee Gissendaner, who was sentenced to death for plotting the murder of her husband in 1998, because the states lethal injection drug, pentobarbital, turned visibly cloudy. Show More Summary

Ever Forget What You Put in a Jar? There's a Ridiculously Technological Solution to That.

17 hours agoHumor : Topless Robot

"ITS...NAME...IS...NEO!" This is what we've come to - programmable jars that remember expiration dates and know how much of whatever is inside (assuming you get that correct the first time). It...

Let Kelly Gissendaner Live

The Georgia Department of Corrections has done its job. She should not be executed. It sounds like some George state officials are desperately trying every trick in the book to not execute Kelly Gissendaner. Last Wednesday’s scheduled...Show More Summary

Journalism: KPCC Shows The Right Way To Correct A Story In 2 Easy Steps

Kudos to the team at KPCC Southern California Public Radio for showing how to correct a story online (and for reminding us that UTLA and SEIU have split on endorsing the sitting board chair, Richard Vladovic). Step 1 is to indicate in the headline that the story has been corrected. Show More Summary

London: Whoo Wants to Go to The Owl Pop-Up In London?

20 hours agoLifestyle / Travel : Jaunted

If you?re in London later this month, there?s a secret owl pop-up event taking place in the Soho neighborhood. Yes, you read that correctly: A SECRET OWL POP-UP! Consider this your rare chance to learn about these birds of prey and support owl sanctuaries. Show More Summary

Publisher Won't Correct O'Reilly Book's Northern Ireland Bombings Lie

The publisher of a Bill O'Reilly book in which he falsely claims to have seen terrorists kill civilians with bombs in Northern Ireland are standing behind the Fox News host despite an admission by Fox News that he only saw photos ofShow More Summary

First Slice 3/3/15: Lethal injection problems force postponement of Kelly Gissendaner execution

Georgia's corrections department did not execute Kelly Gissendaner, the only woman on the state's death row, last night following some problems with the lethal injection drug on hand. "The Department of Corrections immediately consulted...Show More Summary

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