US sets up court in Oregon forest for major gathering
PORTLAND, Ore. - The U.S. government has sent federal prosecutors to a “pop-up” court in eastern Oregon to process citations against people attending a massive counter-culture...
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USA Gymnastics Report Should Reinforce Parental Worry About Sexual Abuse Of Young Athletes
The report examines the culture that allowed so many reports of sexual abuse to go unheeded by the sport's American governing body.
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The Secret I've Learned About Hiring
Early on, I was so excited that people would consider working with us, that I made the mistake of trying to sell a candidate on the financial package, or the fun we would have...
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Americans Trust Amazon to Deliver Everything But These Groceries
As more Americans turn to the Internet to order their groceries, most still prefer to pick out highly perishable items - a container of yogurt, carton of milk, or pound of...
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Judge to decide who gets comic com naming rights
Settlement talks have broken down between the organizers of two pop-culture conventions in California and Utah known for guests' elaborate costumes, Salt Lake Comic Con...
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A major MARTA rail move: Emory University petitions to join the city of Atlanta
The biggest change in the landscape of Atlanta that's been seen in generations just hit. From the Emory University press release: Emory University filed a petition on Tuesday...
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James Davis Is the Hood Adjacent Star We Need Right Now
The culturally bilingual comedian is making a splash with his new Comedy Central series.
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Report on Sexual Abuse in USA Gymnastics Urges ‘Culture Change'
The sport's governing body said it was adopting recommendations in a report commissioned last year following an investigation into sexual abuse of young gymnasts.
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How London's West End Got It's Groove Back
England's capital is experiencing a residential revival in its cultural center.
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A busy picture, Okja pigs out a bit too much on odd performances
Back in 2013, Korean director Bong Joon-ho made Snowpiercer , a throw-everything-at-the-screen masterpiece featuring Tilda Swinton, Chris Evans and a society teetering on the...
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Facebook reaches 2 billion monthly users, says CEO
Mark Zuckerberg made the announcement via his public Facebook page.
White House Uses CNN Resignations To Cast Doubt On All Reports On Russia And...
Conservative outlets gave the deputy press secretary an opportunity to rail against the "fake news" media.
Good Samaritan beat up, shamed online after trying to help toddler, police say
A Lakeland man who tried to help a lost toddler was beat up and then shamed online by the girls' parents, police said.
'John Wick,' 'Dragon Tattoo' star Michael Nyqvist dies at 56
'John Wick' and 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' actor Michael Nyqvist has died at 56.
Senate to delay vote on health care bill until after July 4 recess
The measure was facing significant pushback from moderate Republicans.
A key GOP senator gave an ominous warning for the future of the Senate...
Senate GOP leaders decided to delay a vote on the party's healthcare bill on Tuesday until after the week-long July 4 recess. But the immediate reaction from one key senator...
Senate GOP Leaders Push Off Health Care Vote After July 4th
Facing opposition within their own ranks, Senate Republicans delayed a vote on the GOP bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act until after next week's recess.
Mass. Nat'l Guard sergeant accused of inappropriately touching female solider
An Army National Guard sergeant from Massachusetts has been accused of inappropriately touching a female subordinate, Vermont State Police say.
Another GOP senator opposes starting health bill debate
Republican defections have built after Congress' nonpartisan budget referee released a report on the health bill.
Europe hit by massive cyberattack
PARIS - A new and highly virulent outbreak of malicious data-scrambling software appears to be causing mass disruption across Europe, hitting Ukraine especially hard. Company...