March 2015 Archive

Brooks & Dunn to Reunite for ACM Awards Performance

Brooks & Dunn, the lauded country duo who called it quits in 2010, are reuniting for an organization that awarded them 27 trophies over the ...

Disney Developing Live-Action 'Mulan' (Exclusive)

The studio bought a script by Elizabeth Martin and Lauren Hynek. read more

'Better Call Saul' Producer on Jimmy's Tragic Betrayal, "Epic" Finale

Tom Schnauz also reveals he shot a six-minute flashback scene that had to be cut. read more

Soho House Downtown L.A. Plan Could Displace Nervous Local Musicians

Tenants of an Arts District rehearsal space fear eviction from their warehouse as the glitzy private club, which plans a warren of extended-stay artist studio ...

Immigration activists disillusioned with Obama, Democrats as amnesty afterglow fades

The heady sense of victory immigrant rights activists had last year after President Obama announced his deportation amnesty has faded in recent weeks as the ...

Inside the Beltway: Terri Schiavo, Jeb Bush 10 years later

Tuesday marks a decade since the death of Terri Schiavo, who became a global symbol for pro-life and disability rights for those who followed her ...

Indiana religious freedom act criticized by officials in states with similar laws

Elected officials in Connecticut and Illinois throwing stones at Indiana’s religious freedom law are running up against those who say they live in glass houses. ...

Margin and Those Record Highs

From the Slope of Hope…….. I’ve been fiddling with some numbers in Excel and thought you’d find it interesting. It concerns the correlation of NYSE margin ...

Did Reuters Falsify The Testimony Of A MH-17 Crash Witness?

Even as the world’s attention is gripped by the latest airline crash tragedy, in which the motivation of a Germanwings co-pilot to crash his plane ...

AT&T launches gigabit fiber in parts of Cupertino, with prices from $110/month, $40 more than it charges in cities where it competes with Google Fiber (Jon Brodkin/Ars Technica)

Jon Brodkin / Ars Technica:AT&T launches gigabit fiber in parts of Cupertino, with prices from $110/month, $40 more than it charges in cities where it ...

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