The Supreme Court has put on hold a controversial 2013 Texas abortion law — a sign that it will likely take up the major abortion challenge in its next term..... a separate but similar case pending before it from Mississippi, where a clinic is challenging an admitting privilege law.: Voxcom
Stat site fivethirtyeight thinks so. PAR ranking and "usage rate" are extraordinary. On the other hand, I believe he set an NBA finals record with, was it, 119 missed shots, 39% shooting and I'd love to see a "points given up" stat?
Of course, there is LeBron the GM, the guy that insisted on trading the number one pick for Kevin Love, now wants him replaced, and also wanted the bench filled with old vets like Mike Miller, Anderson Varejao (injured), Shawn Marion and Kendrick Perkins - which basically left the Cavs with nobody that could run with the Warriors when injury struck.
Appears to solidify Oracle claim that it deserves royalties on all Android phones because of use of Java APIs. If I oversimplify or misrepresent this, someone please correct me: Google didn't use code, but emulated APIs for interoperability. Obama admin sided with Oracle claiming copyrights on software extend beyond protecting code to protecting APIs. This has major implications for software development.
Chris Squire, a founder of Yes, passed at 67. He wrote their only number one hit, which I bought to share here. If I understand the way Google Play works, you can play this if you're in my circles, or otherwise hear a sample. Sorry if I haven't added you yet; my "circle maintenance" has lapsed <g>. From an era when many rock musicians were far more ambitious and creative.
Obit: http://nyti.ms/1GUsuAc "His death was confirmed by the band’s keyboardist, Geoffrey Downes. Mr. Squire, the only member to have played on every one of Yes’s albums and participated in every one of its tours, was being treated for acute erythroid leukemia and said last month that he would not be with Yes for its summer and fall tour, scheduled to begin on Aug. 7."
“He had an approach that contrasted sharply with the somewhat monotonic, immobile bass parts of today,” Bill Bruford, Yes’s original drummer, said in a statement on Sunday. “His lines were important; countermelodic structural components that you were as likely to go away humming as the top line melody; little stand-alone works of art in themselves.”
"Rolling Stone recently ranked “Fragile” and the band’s follow-up album, “Close to the Edge” (1972), in the Top 10 of its 50 Greatest Prog Rock Albums of All Time."
Trump will no longer be a part of the reality competition "Celebrity Apprentice" and his two beauty pageants, Miss USA and Miss Universe, will no longer air on NBC.
Daily Mail profile 6 young tennis prodigies from the main draw at Wimbledon: Thanasi Kokkinakis, Borna Coric, Alexander Zverev, Hyeon Chung, Elias Ymer and Kyle Edmund.
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