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Apple under fire for treatment of women

Apple under fire for treatment of womenApple, whose CEO Tim Cook has pledged to make the company more diverse and inclusive, has come under fire for its treatment of women.

A dozen former and current Apple employees told Mic they were subjected to sexist comments from co-workers and were passed over for leadership positions.


Outspoken survivor of Pulse shooting dies in Tampa

Chris BrodmanA man who was an outspoken survivor of the Pulse night club shooting in Orlando died Sunday at a home northwest of Tampa.

Chris Brodman, 34, died about 1:30 a.m. Sunday in the backyard of a home at 12224 Garden Lake Circle, in the Keystone area of Hillsborough County, authorities said. Investigators have not determined what caused Brodman’s death.


NCAA Cuts Championships from N. Carolina

NCAA cuts championship from NC- The NCAA on Monday announced that it would relocate seven championship events from North Carolina to other states based on the organization's commitment to an "inclusive atmosphere for all college athletes, coaches, administrators and fans."

North Carolina was to host:

2016 Division I Women’s Soccer Championship, College Cup in Cary, Dec. 2 and 4;
2016 Division III Men’s and Women’s Soccer Championships in Greensboro, Dec. 2 and 3;


Florida mosque set on fire during Eid al-Adha

Florida mosque set on fireA mosque in the US state of Florida has been set ablaze by an arsonist during the Muslim Eid al-Adha holiday, authorities have said, without ruling out that it was a hate crime.

Fire crews arrived at the scene in the early hours of Monday after receiving reports of flames coming out of the Islamic Center of Fort Pierce, located about 160km southeast of the city of Orlando.


Four Dolphins kneel, Chiefs CB Peters raises fist during national anthem

Dolphins protestFour Miami Dolphins, including running back Arian Foster, took a knee during the playing of the national anthem before their game against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday.

The other Dolphins were linebacker Jelani Jenkins, wide receiver Kenny Stills and safety Michael Thomas.

"They say it's not the time to do this," Foster said after the Dolphins' 12-10 loss. "When is the time? It's never the time in somebody else's eye, because they'll always feel like it's good enough. And some people don't. That's the beautiful thing about this country. If somebody feels it's not good enough, they have that right. That's all we're doing, exercising that right."

The Dolphins released a statement after the national anthem.


John Hinckley to Leave Mental Hospital After 35 Years

Hinckley releasedThe man who tried to assassinate President Ronald Reagan has been released from a Washington mental hospital for good, more than 35 years after the shooting.

A spokeswoman for the District of Columbia's Department of Mental Health said early Saturday that all patients scheduled to leave St. Elizabeths Hospital had been discharged. John Hinckley Jr. was among those scheduled for discharge.


Woman in iconic WWII Times Square kissing photo dies

Vj day kissGreta Zimmer Friedman, whose kiss with a sailor on V-J Day was captured in an iconic photo, has died at the age of 92.

Friedman’s son told CBS News she passed away on Thursday after she was in an assisted living facility for the past two years.

The image of Friedman being kissed by a sailor in Times Square captures the scene after Americans learned the Japanese were surrendering on September 2, 1945, bringing World War II to an end.



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