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Court Sees if Church Solar Panels Break Electricity Monopoly

Court Sees if Church Solar Panels Break Electricity Monopoly

By Emery P. Dalesio | Apr 15
North Carolina's highest court is taking up a case that could force new competition on the state's electricity monopolies.

'Fox & Friends': Influence Comes with the President's Ear

'Fox & Friends': Influence Comes with the President's Ear

By David Bauder | Apr 14
"Fox & Friends" is a peppy talk show about news that advances a conservative point of view, and is mocked by some critics for a lack of intellectual rigor. The difference now is that one of its regular viewers is the most powerful person in the world.

As With the President, Managing Up Comes with Risks, Rewards

As With the President, Managing Up Comes with Risks, Rewards

By Leanne Italie | Apr 14
Communication, collaboration, cooperation. Those are a few favorite things when it comes to "managing up" at work, but handling a difficult boss can be tricky.

Ex-Coal Baron Blankenship Debuts 'Fact-Check' Campaign Site

Ex-Coal Baron Blankenship Debuts 'Fact-Check' Campaign Site

By John Raby | Apr 14
There's a new fact-checking operation in West Virginia, but it obscures where it's coming from: Don Blankenship's U.S. Senate campaign.

After Sparking Outrage, Amazon Removes 'Straight Pride' Pin from Site

After Sparking Outrage, Amazon Removes 'Straight Pride' Pin from Site

Apr 13
A U.K.-based company removed a controversial "straight pride" pin from its website and from Amazon after some shoppers took issue with the badge.

Uganda Says 11 Lions Killed by Suspected Poisoning in Park

Uganda Says 11 Lions Killed by Suspected Poisoning in Park

Apr 13
A Ugandan wildlife official says a pride of lions has been killed by suspected poisoning in one of the country's major protected areas.

Airlines Getting Better in Key Areas... Except Delays

Airlines Getting Better in Key Areas... Except Delays

By David Koenig | Apr 12
U.S. airlines are getting better at many things except getting you to your destination on time.

AP FACT CHECK: Facebook Makes Shaky Data and Privacy Claims

AP FACT CHECK: Facebook Makes Shaky Data and Privacy Claims

By Frank Bajak and Barbara Ortutay | Apr 12
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg made several assertions about Facebook's data collection and privacy controls during two days of hearings on Capitol Hill. Here's a look at his statements.

Facebook Puts Ads on Pages Illegally Selling Animal Parts

Facebook Puts Ads on Pages Illegally Selling Animal Parts

By Michael Biesecker and Michael Liedtke | Apr 12
Facebook is displaying advertisements for well-known American corporations on group pages operated by overseas wildlife traffickers illegally selling the body parts of threatened animals.

LGBTQ Couples Shake Up Gender Norms in Wedding Industry

LGBTQ Couples Shake Up Gender Norms in Wedding Industry

By Molly Sprayregen | Apr 11
Traditional weddings are deeply rooted in gender-based rituals, but the growing LGBTQ wedding industry is reimagining that. Many couples are engaging with centuries of tradition but crafting their own way to the altar.

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