Janus

By Sherman Dorn, Arizona State University/The Conversation The Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision in Janus v. AFSCME 31 will hurt
In her withering dissent in Janus v. AFSCME, the justice said her colleagues ignored precedent and "weaponized" the First Amendment.
The watershed Supreme Court decision known as Janus would not have happened without the stonewalling of Merrick Garland.
The Janus v. AFSCME decision means the entire U.S. public sector will now be "right to work," and the political ramifications will be felt for years to come.
There were a variety of announcements throughout the keynote, by Zuckerberg and other Oculus executives, but the takeaway was simple: Oculus intends to build the Metaverse.
One of the 15 glass panes of Apple's flagship store on Fifth Avenue was shattered during Tuesday's snowstorm.
Last May, the store was flooded by heavy rains. A corporate representative said the store will remain open. One of the 15
The New York Post thinks Mayor de Blasio "bungled" the city's response to the year's second big snowstorm, and the tabloid
Technology will set you free to express the real you -- until you realize that reality places you in the inbox on your smartphone just like everyone else. No worries, its outsmarted most of us.
The confusion and uncertainty of this New Year's Eve will usher in the year 2012 in the modern calendar. Being a "leap year" it is bound to bring some surprising events.
For as long as I have been consciously alive, i.e. not legally abort-able (nice try, Ma) I've been fascinated* with names
Wisconsin may just be our very own American "Janus". We face both left and wrong, right now. Look no further than Wisconsin
One wonders if da Vinci, by the time he died in 1519, had even the slightest notion of the impact of the painting and, in fact, his entire body of work.