Web TV service Aereo takes on U.S. TV broadcasters at the Supreme Court on Tuesday. It’s a fascinating story, and lots of people are taking a crack at telling it. 194 more words
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RTE Radio 1, Today with Sean O’Rourke: Salmon Escapes in Bantry Bay
17 April 2014
Brian O’Connoll reports to Sean O’Rourke on the salmon farming, and the escapes in Bantry Bay. 19 more words
COMMON CORE MAKES ME ANGRY.
especially given that despite being a special educator whose students are largely at least two or even three grade levels behind, i’m still expected to teach as close to the common core curriculum as possible. 661 more words
The decision by fugitive NSA leaker Edward Snowden to appear on TV with Russia’s President Vladimir Putin during a softball Q&A session was all part of the larger plan, says Snowden. 275 more words
Keystone non-decision keeps some Democrats on the hot seat - By ANDREW RESTUCCIA | 4/18/14 9:00 PM EDT
The Obama administration pulled a classic campaign-year move Friday: It punted on the Keystone XL pipeline.
Politically, it seems like a great idea, since kicking Keystone down the road — probably long past November — is better than an outright rejection for vulnerable oil-state Democrats, whose voters love the proposed project. 173 more words
Why do some people have a lot more money than others? Sometimes its because they work really hard and they are very smart, sometimes its because someone who worked really hard and was really smart wanted them to have their money, and sometimes its because they are very very lucky. 751 more words