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  • Corporate activism finds its footing on religious freedom laws

    You can tell that a movement is scoring some important points when its opponents want to change the subject. That thought comes to mind when I hear critics charge Apple CEO Tim Cook with hypocrisy in his recent protests of "religious freedom" legislation...
  • Indiana cede a las críticas y cambia la ley que discrimina a los gais

    Indiana cede a las críticas y cambia la ley que discrimina a los gais
    WASHINGTON - La Cámara de Representes del estado de Indiana anunció que introducirá cambios en la polémica ley de libertad religiosa de ese estado, que ha suscitado muchas críticas por permitir la discriminación de los homosexuales. El presidente de...
  • The Apple Watch event: What we already know and what to expect

    The Apple Watch event: What we already know and what to expect
    Apple is hosting a media event Monday morning to launch its Apple Watch, and we'll be in San Francisco to give you all the details as they're announced. Chief Executive Tim Cook revealed the watch product for the first time during its September iPhone 6...
  • Hatred in the name of God

    From the beginning of recorded history, religious zealots have performed all kinds of atrocities -- from genocide to pure bigotry -- in the name of God. And the shocking fact is, they're still at it. Today, Islamic extremists in the Middle East behead...
  • Clive Crook: Misguided law sparks a dishonest debate

    The back-and-forth over Indiana's supposedly anti-gay Religious Freedom Restoration Act has all the hallmarks of contemporary American politics. Rather than trying to narrow the areas of disagreement, widen them. Take for granted your opponent's bad...
  • As in Indiana and Arkansas, corporate America now wields clout on social issues

    As in Indiana and Arkansas, corporate America now wields clout on social issues
    Corporate America usually hasn't viewed hot-button social issues as any of its business. Then came Indiana. The controversy over the state's religious rights measure signed into law last week has been striking for the parade of well-known businesses...
  • Uproar over Indiana religious freedom law shows shift in gay rights fight

    Uproar over Indiana religious freedom law shows shift in gay rights fight
    In other times, maybe even fairly recently, the religious freedom law signed last week in Indiana could have allowed Republican lawmakers to appeal to their core conservative supporters without attracting much notice from the general public. But the...
  • A clash of freedoms in Indiana

    Neither side in the uproar over Indiana's "religious freedom restoration" law has been totally candid about its benefits or its dangers. That often happens in politics, an arena in which it often seems that no statement is too good to be overstated. For...
  • Let your wallet speak against bigoted Indiana law

    Let your wallet speak against bigoted Indiana law
    Bigotry cloaked in morality is still, in fact, bigotry. Indiana’s new Religious Freedom Restoration Act, signed into law by Gov. Mike Pence late last week is exactly that—institutionalized bigotry cloaked in morality. In case you missed...
  • Free to discriminate in Indiana

    Free to discriminate in Indiana
    Neither side in the uproar over Indiana's religious freedom law has been totally candid about its benefits or its dangers. That often happens in politics, an arena in which it often seems that no statement is too good to be overstated. For example,...
  • Apple CEO Tim Cook is forging an unusual path as a social activist

    Apple CEO Tim Cook is forging an unusual path as a social activist
    Tim Cook runs the world's most valuable company. Now he's making his mark as an outspoken social activist. The Apple chief executive, 54, penned a sharply worded opinion piece that ran Sunday in which he condemned a slew of "pro-discrimination"...