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Jake Tapper just reported this a few minutes ago, that the spokesperson denies they’ve charged Bergdahl with desertion:

Victory for Transgender Rights in Saks Fifth Avenue Case! | Transgender Law Center

Law Center applauds Monday’s decision by Saks Fifth Avenue to withdraw its motion to dismiss in a federal case brought by a former employee alleging she was discriminated against, and eventually fired, because she is .

Gov. Mike Pence’s state-run news outlet will compete with media

Gov. is starting a state-run taxpayer-funded news outlet that will make pre-written news stories available to Indiana media, as well as sometimes break news about his administration, according to documents obtained by The Indianapolis Star.

Hey, France: I’ll Name My Kid Nutella If I Damn Well Please | The Daily Caller

After the Charlie Hebdo massacre, has become a rather unlikely hotspot in the neverending battle for free speech. But as a culture, the French are even bigger busybodies than we are.

Feds Have Been Spying On Millions Of Cars In The U.S.

The document said, “…DEA has designed this program to assist with locating, identifying, and seizing bulk currency, guns, and other illicit contraband moving along the southwest border and throughout the United States. With that said, we want to insure we can collect and manage all the data and IT responsibilities that will come with the work to insure the program meets its goals, of which asset forfeiture is primary.”

New Michigan bill would let police obtain location data from cellphones without a warrant in emergencies |

law enforcement agencies would be able to obtain information from the cellphones of private citizens without a warrant during emergency situations if a bill discussed Tuesday passes the Legislature.

Holocaust commemorations mark 70th anniversary of Auschwitz liberation – as it happened – Telegraph

Updates on Memorial Day as events take place across Europe to commemorate 70 years since the liberation of Auschwitz from the Nazis

Clearly What Indianans Need Is a Taxpayer-Funded State News Outlet – Hit & Run :

Who doesn’t want to read “personality profiles” written by a state communications director? No doubt Indiana citizens are chomping at the bit to hear all about the hobbies of the new file clerk that processes fishing licenses at the state’s Department of Natural Resources. Because make no mistake, that’s exactly the kind of crap that’s going to come out of this endeavor.