Gov. Mike Pence said Tuesday that he wants a bill, this week, that would “fix” the law to clarify it does not “give businesses the right to deny services to anyone.” When asked about his explanation of the controversial law this weekend, he said, “I could have handled that better.”
Germany’s Institute for Contemporary History will publish a new, annotated version of the controversial book.
“I wish you the same strength of will and spirit that the residents of blockaded Leningrad showed. Let’s do it together!” the diet’s creator said. Russians on Facebook were not impressed.
Last year, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) deported over 350,000 people.
A Japanese import concept that has people raising eyebrows.
As a former legislative assistant for Sen. Dick Durbin, Joanna Serra was part of an investigation into Higher One. Now the company turned around and hired her.
Apparently, the boycott by major retailers didn’t work.
The Save Sgt. Sean Murphy page on Facebook has more than 45,000 likes. Murphy may lose his job for leaking pictures of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s capture to Boston Magazine.
This is his idea of “dark humor.” Oh, Canada.
This controversial mural was created by famed graffiti artist Blu, in his native Italy. Accurate? Tasteless? Both? What do you think?
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Reports came in from several bloggers covering E3 ( here, here, and here) about group of “Demonstrators” protesting the upcoming release of EA’s new game Dante’s Inferno. Now GamePro is reporting that the whole thing is probably a hoax . What i enjoy most about the the whole thing is the “protesters’” website. The way it hearkens back to 1999 and Geo-Cities makes lends it both the charm of nostalgia and amateurish authenticity.
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