Police: Motorcyclist killed in Bucks County crash A 37-year-old man was killed in a motorcycle crash Sunday night in East Rockhill Township, Pennridge Regional police said. Matthew Helm, of the 2000 block of Ridge Road in Sellersville, died at the scene of the 8:05 p.m. crash in the 800 block of Rockhill ... 11/24/2014 - 4:56 am | View Link
Bucks County man killed in motorcycle crash A Bucks County man died Sunday of injuries he suffered in a motorcycle ... He died of blunt force trauma due to injuries from a motorcycle accident Saturday at 8 p.m. on Easton Road in Riegelsville. Grim said Rhoades was operating the motorcycle, which ... 05/19/2014 - 4:23 pm | View Link
UPDATE: Police ID Motorcyclist Killed In Bucks County Collision Talk Radio 1210 [...] WARRINGTON, Pa. (CBS) – Police confirm 30-year-old Christopher Gable, of Bensalem died following a motorcycle accident in Bucks County. Police say the accident happened on the southbound side of Route 611 at Stangeler Avenue in ... 10/23/2013 - 2:43 pm | View Link
Identity released of motorcyclist killed on Route 611 in Bucks County A deadly motorcycle crash shutdown Route 611 in both directions in Warrington, Bucks County most of Tuesday morning. The accident happened at 4:22 a.m. Tuesday south of Kelly Road at the entrance to the Eureka Stone Quarry. Police say a 2001 Yamaha ... 10/22/2013 - 9:18 am | View Link
Bensalem Man Killed in Motorcycle Crash A Bensalem man, formerly of Hatboro, died in an early morning motorcycle crash on Route 611 in Warrington, according to the Bucks County Courier Times. Chris Gable, 30, an avid motorcyclist and father of two who grew up in Hatboro, was driving ... 10/21/2013 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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Facing scrutiny over its practices for responding to sexual assault, a liberal arts college in Iowa has taken the unusual step of asking federal investigators to review whether three cases were handled appropriately.
Grinnell College President Raynard S. Kington asked the U. S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights to determine whether the college complied with Title IX, the federal law that bars sex discrimination in education.
 a student activist group, Dissenting Voices, called it a public relations move to get ahead of negative publicity and a Title IX complaint that it filed Feb.
A version of this piece first appeared at digby's Hullabaloo. GP article archive here. Image: American Petroleum Institute's Brooke Alexander, their trademark Pantsuit Lady
I've written quite a bit (for example, here) about the spokesperson in the ubiquitous American Petroleum Institute (API) ads. She's almost an institution, the way "Flo," the spokesperson for Progressive Insurance, is an institution.
It is easy to get discouraged about the American political scene. Billionaires and big business keep spending absurd amounts in buying up politicians and making sure they win elections. Republicans keep moving to the more and more extreme edges of the right. A lot of Democrats are either bought off by Wall Street, ineffectual, or both.
Prime Minister Netanyahu is no slave to the TelePrompTer (Reuters) After Benjamin Netanyahu's speech let me point you toward Jeffrey Goldberg's analysis. Let me also suggest, again, that differences on Iran policy correspond to answers to this one question: Whether the world of 2015 is fundamentally similar to, or different from, the world of 1938.
AP The Obama administration is against intelligence officials leaking classified information—but some conditions may apply. If you're a CIA analyst who talks to reporters, you might end up serving 30 months in federal prison or facing more. Even a reporter could end up being named a co-conspirator by prosecutors. But if you're a decorated general, a former CIA director, and a former member of the Cabinet, you might get off with a $40,000 fine and two years of probation.