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New Tinder Feature Criticized for ‘Facilitating Group Sex’

Tinder announced it is testing a new feature that will allow users to match with groups of people rather than one at a time. However, the feature has already faced criticism that it will “embarrass people” and “facilitate group sex,” according to The Independent.

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Tinder IPO runs into Tinder® Crowd-Funded Lawsuit

With the Tinder double-opt-in Internet dating app valued at up to $5 billion in advance of its initial public offering on the stock market (IPO), little WildFireWeb, which owns the “Tinder®” federal registration mark, has launched a crowd-funded effort to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars to fund a lawsuit that could potentially be worth hundreds of millions of dollars.

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'Golden Era of Commercialized Cannabis' in California

It has been nearly 20 years since California passed Proposition 215, the landmark bill that created the nation’s first medical marijuana market. Since that time, 22 states and the District of Columbia have joined California in putting medical marijuana laws

'Golden Era of Commercialized Cannabis' in California

Dating App Tinder Hooks Up Puppies with Loving Homes

Users of the popular California-based dating app Tinder who are located in New York have recently been presented with the possibility of finding “puppy love” on their quest for romantic human matches with the appearance of a number of doggy

Dating App Tinder Hooks Up Puppies with Loving Homes

Monticello Fire Still Blazing, only 30% Contained

A fire that started Friday night in Alameda County near Monticello Dam has spread over 7,000 acres of Yolo and Solano counties and was only 30% contained as of Monday morning. Although the fire continues to burn, residents are returning

Monticello Fire Still Blazing, only 30% Contained

Obama Administration Presses on Firefighting Funds

DENVER (AP) — The Obama administration is pushing Congress to ensure that enough money is available to fight destructive wildfires as California recovers from a spate of blazes and other fire-prone states brace for another hot, dry summer. As part

Obama Administration Presses on Firefighting Funds

Sydney Williams' Thought of the Day: Five Years On

The cover of New York magazine, for the issue dated September 29, 2008, depicted a trader on the NYSE, his right hand covering his face, which has been thrown back in despair. The lead article was entitled “The Great Shakeout: Goodbye Masters

Sydney Williams' Thought of the Day: Five Years On

Two Found Dead in Area Burned by CO Wildfire

(AP) The most destructive wildfire in Colorado history continues to burn through miles of tinder-dry woods for a third day. The Black Forest Fire northeast of Colorado Springs is only 5 percent contained.

Two Found Dead in Area Burned by CO Wildfire

Ryan Budget Sends Message to GOP: Focus on Human Impact

House Budget Committee chairman Rep. Paul Ryan’s new budget framework puts an extra special focus on the human impact of the GOP’s fiscally conservative policies, as a 91-page detailed description of the plan obtained by Breitbart News shows. The new

Ryan Budget Sends Message to GOP: Focus on Human Impact

Lack of Power Puts Damper on July 4th Celebrations

(AP) Lack of power puts damper on July 4th celebrationsBy JESSICA GRESKOAssociated PressWASHINGTONHundreds of thousands from the Midwest to the Mid-Atlantic were preparing to spend the Fourth of July like America’s founders did in 1776, without the conveniences of electricity

Lack of Power Puts Damper on July 4th Celebrations

1,200 firefighters battle record New Mexico blaze

By SUSAN MONTOYA BRYANAssociated PressALBUQUERQUE, N.M.More than 1,200 firefighters are battling the nation’s largest wildfire that has charred acre after acre of timber and brush in rugged mountains and canyons of southwestern New Mexico, shrouding parts of the region in

1,200 firefighters battle record New Mexico blaze

Israel Wary as Egypt Teeters Towards Anarchy

Saturday evening Defense Minister Ehud Barak called Israel’s top military and intelligence brass into an emergency session to evaluate the chaotic situation engulfing their neighbor to the west, and its ramifications for relations with the Jewish State. Both Prime Minister