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Franklin Graham to Buttigieg: ‚We don’t define sin, God does‘

April 11, 2019No Comments

Pete Buttigieg doesn’t have the authority to define sin, evangelist Franklin Graham said Thursday in response to the openly gay Indiana mayor’s recent criticism of Vice President Mike Pence’s faith-based stance on same-sex marriage. The 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful, an Episcopalian, targeted Pence’s beliefs in a speech over the weekend to the LGBTQ Victory Fund. […]

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DOJ appeals decision on work rules

April 11, 2019No Comments

(Washington Examiner) The Department of Justice has appealed a federal judge’s decision to strike down requirements in Kentucky and Arkansas that certain Medicaid beneficiaries work in order to receive government healthcare. The case will go before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia after being struck down March 27 by Judge James […]

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Assange arrested after eviction from embassy

April 11, 2019No Comments

(Washington Examiner) WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, a scourge of American government officials for allegedly leaking classified and secret documents, has been arrested at the Ecuadorian residence in London, his longtime home. The arrest came after Ecuadorian officials evicted the Australian native. He had lived in the diplomatic compound for nearly seven years, initially shielding him […]

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Caesars Entertainment up for sale as early as this week

April 11, 2019No Comments

(NEW YORK POST) — Caesars Entertainment, which owns Harrah’s and Bally’s hotels and casinos, is getting ready to put itself up for sale as soon as this week, The Post has learned. The $24 billion company plans to announce within days that its board has approved a sales process amid pressure from billionaire investor Carl […]

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Amazon listening to what you tell Alexa

April 11, 2019No Comments

(BLOOMBERGQUINT) — Tens of millions of people use smart speakers and their voice software to play games, find music or trawl for trivia. Millions more are reluctant to invite the devices and their powerful microphones into their homes out of concern th…

Budget deficit 15% higher than a year ago

April 11, 2019No Comments

(AP) — The federal government reported a $146.9 billion deficit in March, causing annual debt to rise 15% for the first half of the budget year compared to the same period in 2018. The Treasury Department said Wednesday in its monthly report that the fiscal year deficit has so far totaled $691 billion, up from […]

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‚Amazing Grace‘: Aretha Franklin’s gospel story

April 11, 2019No Comments

By Rusty Wright After the Queen of Soul’s 2018 death, her family released the long-mothballed 1972 documentary about recording her bestselling album at a Los Angeles church. Mick Jagger was in Aretha’s church audience. Critics are raving. What’s it all about? Franklin spent two evenings in January 1972 at New Temple Missionary Baptist Church recording […]

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Taylor Swift gives $113,000 to help LGBT causes

April 9, 2019No Comments

(BILLBOARD) — Taylor Swift has taken another political stand, this time advocating for LGBTQ residents in Tennessee.
On Monday (April 8), the songstress donated $113,000 to the Tennessee Equality Project, an LGBTQ advocacy group.
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U.S. billionaires call for upgrades to capitalism

April 9, 2019No Comments

(CNBC) — American billionaires are calling for changes to the system that enabled them to get rich.
Warren Buffett, Jamie Dimon, Ray Dalio, Bill Gates and a list of others say that capitalism in its current form simply doesn’t work for the rest of the …

Avenatti: Nike ‚pulled a stunt‘ by having him arrested

April 9, 2019No Comments

(CNBC) — Michael Avenatti said Nike “pulled a stunt” by having him arrested before he could go public with accusations that the retailer paid certain high school athletes to coax them into playing basketball at Nike-sponsored colleges. Nike “has been covering up this scandal for over five years,” Avenatti told CNBC’s “Closing Bell ” on […]

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