Indiana, Gary: The noise is growing louder over Indiana’s new “religious freedom” law, which is seen by critics across the country as a screen for discrimination against gays and lesbians.
Nuketalks: Iran has backed away from a major element in a proposed nuclear agreement, refusing to give up and ship some of their atomic fuel out of the country. For months the Iranians had tentatively agreed to ship nuclear fuel for safekeeping in Russia. Iran has spent years and billions
In addition to demonstrators in the streets, nine corporate bosses sent a letter to Indiana Gov. Mike Pence demanding clarification of the law. The governors of Connecticut and Washington, as well as the mayor of San Francisco, have banned official travel to Indiana in protest.
Looming ahead as a target are the NCAA basketball finals to be played next week in Indianapolis.Read more
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Second Thoughts: After days of protest and backlash, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence says he will seek a legislative clarification of the state’s “religious freedom” law he signed last week. Critics say the bill gives license to discriminate against homosexuals and …Read more
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It's Been Said
"I hate the new Apple Watch. Hate what it will do to conversation, to the pace of the day, to my friends, to myself. I hate that it will enable the things that already make life so incremental, now-based and hyper-connected. That, and make things far worse."
-Timothy Egan in the New York Times