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The Iowa Brown & Black Presidential Forum
ABC News' Josh Haskell previews the nation's oldest minority-focused presidential forum
The Note: How Hillary Clinton Would Tackle Gun Control
NOTABLES --TODAY IN THE GRANITE STATE: Less than one week after the deadly shooting at the Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon, Hillary Clinton is set to propose a series of gun control measures she would enact if elected president, ABC’s LIZ KREUTZ reports. Clinton’s plan, which she
What Makes the Arcs' New Album 'Freaky,' 'Tender' and 'Soulful'
This week was kind of a slow release week perhaps due to the Labor Day holiday weekend. Nevertheless, we have a few albums to discuss. Firstly, Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys forms a new band, The Arcs, whose debut record just hit shelves. Secondly Lou Barlow of Dinosaur Jr. and Sebadoh-fame has
Excerpt: Kristen Soltis Anderson's 'The Selfie Vote'
Excerpted from THE SELFIE VOTE: Where Millennials are Leading America (And How Republicans Can Keep up) by Kristen Soltis Anderson, courtesy of Broadside Books, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, Copyright © 2015 by Kristen Soltis Anderson. From the Introduction: It’s no secret that the GOP
Meet 2016's Millennial Whisperer: 7 Predictions About the Presidential Race
Power Players What do young voters want in a presidential candidate this election? Trust, leadership, an evolving foreign policy stance, someone who reaffirms faith in the criminal justice system and more, according to pollster and “millennial whisperer,” John Della Volpe. For years, Della Volpe,
Whole Foods to Open New Stores for the Hipster Generation
The new lower-cost chain will open next year and target the tech-savvy millennial generation.
What You Should Know About Whole Foods' New Lower-Cost Store
Whole Foods is staying coy about the new store concept announced Wednesday, but the few details released so far have intrigued both customers and investors. From the sound of Whole Foods' CEO John Mackey description, the specialty retailer's new concept sounds like the grocery chain for "The
Linguist Says Text Messaging May Help You Spell Better
a poppin'? This first story hopefully will ease parents' fears out there. Thinking of texting puppy emoej jis might have detrimental effect but you might be wrong. A professor has written more than 100 books says that text messages might help smell better. Might help people spell better. He says
5 Career Tips for Millennials
Beatty is not your mom and dad's workplace anymore in fact as the millennial generation is find out getting ahead in your career. Is not just about hard work it takes a strategy as well and my guest today says in fact there are some things that you can do now. To set yourself up for positive
What Americans Really Think About Torture
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES SIX IN 10 AMERICANS SEE CIA ACTIONS AS JUSTIFIED: Six in 10 Americans say the CIA’s treatment of suspected terrorists was justified, more than half think it produced important, unique intelligence, according to ABC’s GARY LANGER. Those results in a...