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In the news . . .
Ex-gay advocacy group battles Disney’s non-discrimination policy through shareholder vote.
Coldplay facing yet another charge of plagiarism.
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Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg says privacy age is over.
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Labor dispute at Anheuser-Busch InBev could mean temporary shortage of Belgian beers.
Former baseball player Jose Offerman entangled in another on-field assault.
Financial implications of a potential NBC/Conan O’Brien contract breach.
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