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April 24, 2015 11:24 PM Cleveland Play House wins coveted 2015 Regional Theatre Tony Award in its 100th year

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Cleveland Play House, America's first regional theater, which will celebrate its centennial season this year, has won the 2015 Regional Theatre Tony Award, one of the most prestigious and coveted honors in the entertainment industry. The announcement was made Friday by the Tony Awards Administrative Committee. The group selected 24

April 24, 2015 10:47 PM These Animals Might Go Extinct Because No One Wants To Eat Them

But other animals are going their way precisely because they are no longer preferred table fare. The Livestock Conservancy, a North Carolina organization that advocates for the preservation of rare and vanishing breeds, keeps an official list of nearly 200 domesticated birds and mammals which today are at risk of vanishing. The group is trying to generate 61

April 24, 2015 8:08 PM New Graduate Hiring Expected to Pick Up

Studies suggest soon-to-be graduates can expect an uptick in hiring this year. After years of bleak job prospects for the nation’s newly graduated millennials, hiring could start to turn around this spring for students looking to enter the workforce. A handful of hiring barometers are showing clearer skies for the class of 2015 than were seen by many other 11

April 24, 2015 5:53 PM Humanizing Cannibal Cop on Eve of Appeal: "Thought Crimes" Doc Reveals Unseen Side of Gilberto Valle

Next month, a New York federal appeals court will hear arguments in the criminal case against Gilberto Valle III. He is the former New York City Police Department officer who forever will be branded and stigmatized as the Cannibal Cop despite, of course, having never engaged in cannibalism. When the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit eventually 29

April 24, 2015 5:35 PM EC won't allow ABS issuers to self-attest

LONDON, April 24 (IFR) - European regulators trying to shape a market for simple and transparent securitisation are unlikely to leave it up to issuers to certify their deals are high-quality, an EU official told IFR. The European Commission is set to decline a suggestion by the European Central Bank and the Bank of England to let issuers self-attest 69

April 24, 2015 3:03 PM Ask George and Chuck: Communicate with broker of record before changing agents

Q: I have had our home listed on the MLS for sale and now lease but we are not satisfied with our Realtor. We are thinking of changing Realtors, but our agreement expires several months from now. We feel our Realtor lacks experience and may be looking for a quick buck. Are we permitted to dissolve this agreement at any time if we are not happy with our Realtor's 11

April 24, 2015 1:59 PM Number of the day: 100 million people use Microsoft Office … on Android and iOS

Microsoft Office may be the de facto standard when it comes to most office-related work on PCs and even Macs, but it wasn’t that long ago that it barely had a presence in the mobile world. In June 2013, Office Mobile 365 finally arrived on the iPhone, and an Android version was released shortly thereafter. Some who were bound to the Microsoft world used the apps, but they didn’t 37

April 24, 2015 12:02 PM Start your clocks, please: Test time for Apple watches

LOS ANGELES - Sport, Classic, Edition - each has its possibilities. But a note to the brand's stores: Add mirrors. The Apple Watch landed in stores recently for "try-on visits," ahead of the April 24 ship date. It's a pretty genius retail tactic akin to a fashion trunk show - a tease to create demand for the tech giant's first foray into wearable technology 105

April 24, 2015 9:52 AM Belgian archbishop ordered to pay church abuse victim

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Belgium's senior Roman Catholic cleric, Archbishop Andre-Joseph Leonard, has been ordered to pay 10,000 euros ($10,900) in damages for failing to act on allegations of sexual abuse in the 1990s. The civil case was brought by Joel Devillet, who was abused by a priest while he was a choirboy in the south of Belgium in the late 1980s, when he was 14 years 25

April 24, 2015 7:58 AM Obama administration review of deadly drone strike likely to focus on intelligence holes

The Obama administration's review of a January drone strike that killed American and Italian development workers held hostage by Al Qaeda reportedly will focus on how the U.S. did not know that the hostages were at the targeted compound in the Shawal Valley of western Pakistan. The Jan. 14 strike, carried out by the CIA under the Obama administration's 104