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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

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    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

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    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

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    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

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    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

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    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
 
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," though he does add that he knows it is "not…
  • NASA launches two-man crew into space for yearlong scientific experiment

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    On Friday afternoon, NASA launched a two-man crew for a one-year space mission on the International Space Station. The pair includes Scott Kelly, an American astronaut, and Mikhail Kornienko, a Russain cosmonaut. The journey will be especially notable because Kelly's identical twin brother, Mark, is staying on Earth. Mark will undergo genetic studies while his brother is in space, and scientists will use data from both twins to further explore how the body changes while in space for longer periods of time. The mission is also a test for future trips to Mars, where astronauts could stay in…
  • Florida high school requires students be escorted to the bathroom

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Physical attacks, drug deals, and bathroom sex are what Zephyrhills High School administrators are trying to put an end to, but students and parents aren't pleased with a new policy that requires students to be escorted to the bathroom. "We're in high school; we shouldn't be babysat. We should be able to go to the bathroom," one student told WFTS. But Zephyrhills High principal Andrew Frelick explained that students have also been spreading feces in the bathroom, fighting in the hallways, and stealing when left unchaperoned. In the face of backlash to the new rule, AOL reports that the…
  • AMC's Walking Dead spin-off has a goofy new title

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:22 pm
    AMC's long-discussed Walking Dead spin-off finally has an official title. The new TV show will be called Fear The Walking Dead — a title that provides a helpful contrast to all those non-scary zombies in the original series. Few details about Fear the Walking Dead are known, but inside sources say the show is set in Los Angeles at the beginning of the zombie outbreak. Its story is not expected to overlap with the original The Walking Dead, which is set to air its season five finale on Sunday. Fear The Walking Dead is expected to premiere late this summer. AMC has already ordered two…
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  • Ellen Pao appears to lose gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins

    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Gender was not the reason former partner Ellen Pao was passed over for a promotion at prominent venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, a California jury in Silicon Valley declared Friday. After the verdict was read, however, the jury was sent back to deliberate on one of the four claims, which did not have the necessary majority of at least nine jurors to constitute an official decision — the jurors had ruled eight to four in favor of Kleiner. Pao's suit asked for $16 million in lost wages and future earnings, in addition to a potential $144 million in punitive…
  • GMO advocate says Roundup is safe to drink — then refuses to drink a glass

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Ecologist and GMO advocate Patrick Moore wants to set the record straight about a recent WHO report that classified glyphosate, which is found in Roundup and other weed-killers, as "probably carcinogenic" to humans. Moore appeared on French news channel Canal+ to explain that Roundup isn't dangerous, telling the Canal+ reporter that "you can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you." Understandably, the reporter's response is, "You want to drink some?" Moore quickly declines the offer, saying that he won't drink it because "I'm not stupid," t