The grinding pressure of special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation is starting to do strange things to people’s heads.
Bill Cosby is back in court — and might face 19 more accusers in April:
This time, Bill Cosby’s sexual assault trial could look a lot different than his first.
Jordan Peele is first black screenwriter to win best original screenplay:
Jordan Peele’s “Get Out” has placed him in the Oscar history books.
Washington becomes first state to pass law protecting net neutrality:
Washington state has a new law to protect net neutrality at a time when the feds are getting rid of it.
In a bipartisan effort, the state’s legislators passed House Bill 2282. which was signed into law Monday by Gov. Jay Inslee
“Washington will be the first state in the nation to preserve the open internet,” Inslee said at the bill signing.
The state law, approved by the legislature last month, is to safeguard net neutrality protections, which have been repealed by the Federal Communications Commission and are scheduled to officially end April 23.
E-cigarettes: Where do we stand?:
E-cigarettes are increasingly being used as a nicotine alternative as smokers seek ways to kick their habit. They work by heating a pure liquid called e-juice — composed of flavorings, propylene glycol, glycerin and often nicotine — until it vaporizes. The resulting vapor is much less offensive to many, both smokers and non-smokers.
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