El Nino Storms Continue To Wreak Havoc on the Bay Area

Jan 28, 16 El Nino Storms Continue To Wreak Havoc on the Bay Area

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At first glance, the sudden rains brought by El Nino seem like a blessing for the drought-ridden state of California. Upon looking closer, however, it’s clear that not all is well in the Golden State. First, the Bay Area popcorn factory Kettlepop was forced to close down due to a mouse infestation. According to CBS Local,...

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Supreme Court Agrees To Hear an Appeal About Insider Trading

Jan 27, 16 Supreme Court Agrees To Hear an Appeal About Insider Trading

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The U.S. Supreme Court on Jan. 19 agreed to hear an appeal regarding insider trading, which has been a divisive issue in several federal appeals courts for months. The case, coming from California, involves trading by a man named Bassam Salman. Salman made his purchases after receiving information from his future brother-in-law,...

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AngelSense: The App Designed to Help Keep Children With Autism Safe

Ask any parent, and they’ll tell you the safety of their child is the most important thing. Because of this, a missing child is a parent’s biggest concern. For parents who have children on the autism spectrum, this worry is even more pressing, as children with autism have a tendency to wander. And sometimes, simply...

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Rubio Defends His 2004 Support of FL Bill Giving Undocumented Immigrants In-State College Tuition Rates

Jan 25, 16 Rubio Defends His 2004 Support of FL Bill Giving Undocumented Immigrants In-State College Tuition Rates

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Presidential hopeful Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Florida) recently came under criticism for his co-sponsorship of a bill which provided in-state tuition to undocumented immigrants in Florida. The law was enacted in 2004 when Rubio was in the Florida Statehouse, according to the Huffington Post and Washington Post, and Rubio told ABC’s This...

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Paid Maternity Leave is Still Not Second-Nature in the U.S.

Being a mother is a full time job in and of itself. From feeding to dressing to putting a baby down for a nap, the basic tasks of motherhood take a great deal of time. In fact, it takes two minutes and five seconds to change a diaper, totaling up to two 40-hour workweeks per year! And despite the fact that moms in the U.S. are...

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