New Film Asks: Were Steve Jobs' Flaws Uploaded To His Machines? – NPR

NPRNew Film Asks: Were Steve Jobs' Flaws Uploaded To His Machines?NPRSteve Jobs: The Man in the Machine hits theaters today. Academy Award-winning director Alex Gibney's documentary joins a growing list of biopics and biographies that have come out since Jobs' death in 2011. But, it adds a new perspective on the …and more »

Four of eight men slain Wednesday on police at-risk list – Chicago Sun-Times

Chicago Sun-TimesFour of eight men slain Wednesday on police at-risk listChicago Sun-TimesIf City Hall's Law Department acts to enforce a subpoena in the face of noncompliance, anybody accused of “willfully” violating the ordinance faces a fine of between $1,000 and $5,000 and imprisonment for as much as six months for each offense. The …and more »

Only 2 Republican Candidates Think Kim Davis Needs To Quit Or Follow The Law – ThinkProgress

Deseret NewsOnly 2 Republican Candidates Think Kim Davis Needs To Quit Or Follow The LawThinkProgressTed Cruz: In a Facebook post on Tuesday, Cruz denounced a “war on faith” and wrote: “We should make it possible for believers, such as Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis in Kentucky, to hold government jobs without having to violate their religious beliefs.US can learn from Utah on gay marriage license issue, professor saysKSL.comNew law helps Utah avoid marriage license conflict playing out in KentuckyDeseret Newsall 5,467 news articles »

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