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Christian bakers weren't guilty of denying service. The Red Hen was.
He said he couldn't take it anymore.
If we want to stay ahead of China we have to revive American innovation.
"Large men" allegedly got "in the Attorney General's face, spitting and blocking her exit."
The Food Police are here.
“We allow 16-year-olds to go off and get jobs and pay taxes, but we fail to allow them to exercise their voice come election time."
“‘Siri, play some music’ is reminiscent of the traditional 1950s housewife,” writes Jotanovic.
The protests are spreading to major cities across the country.
Do these people know how utterly ridiculous they look to normal people?
Disproportion is intrinsic to human life.
Agents' names were exposed, along with IT workers, interns, and legal assistants.
Continuing the Connor saga without the family matriarch makes no sense. Here's why.
Fast food, the business closest to my enlarged, lard-swaddled heart has been undergoing exciting changes lately!
Will it work?
Backed by the usual suspects.
The great philosopher stands with The Donald
"Life is more difficult with a spinal cord injury. But the obstacles are not insurmountable."
The crying child on the Time cover wasn't actually separated from her mother.
"We are going to blow this wide open and take the info to the American people so they can decide what happens next," says Avenatti.
When I first encountered Charles in the winter of 1967, he was already a local legend.
He's being charged with a serious crime for using his cellphone to record how he was being disciplined by those with power over him.