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Kathleen Sebelius is considering running for U.S. Senate, reports The New York Times. The outgoing Health and Human Services secretary would run against Republican Sen. Pat Roberts in her home state of Kansas. This report comes less than a week after Sebelius resigned from her HHS post. 
Do you think she would face an uphill battle to get a Senate seat?

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Kathleen Sebelius is considering running for U.S. Senate, reports The New York Times. The outgoing Health and Human Services secretary would run against Republican Sen. Pat Roberts in her home state of Kansas. This report comes less than a week after Sebelius resigned from her HHS post. 

Do you think she would face an uphill battle to get a Senate seat?

Foreign legal systems and American lawyers cheat big business 
A few years ago, the corruption convictions of several prominent plaintiffs’ lawyers put a spotlight on dishonesty in American civil courts. Now the sleaze has burst back into the news with cases involving Chevron and Dole Food Co., this time with an international twist. More from Theodore J. Boutrous Jr., lead lawyer for Chevron and Dole.

Foreign legal systems and American lawyers cheat big business

A few years ago, the corruption convictions of several prominent plaintiffs’ lawyers put a spotlight on dishonesty in American civil courts. Now the sleaze has burst back into the news with cases involving Chevron and Dole Food Co., this time with an international twist. More from Theodore J. Boutrous Jr., lead lawyer for Chevron and Dole.

Scripture skeptics
Millennials are far less likely than older adults to want Scripture to play a bigger role in American life. But why would Millennials want more Bible talk? They were born in the 1980s era of televangelist scandals. In the 1990s, they saw the religious right wage war against the gay rights movement. Then, in the 2000s, they witnessed the Roman Catholic Church’s child sexual abuse scandal. More from Henry G. Brinton, pastor of Fairfax Presbyterian Church in Virginia.

Scripture skeptics

Millennials are far less likely than older adults to want Scripture to play a bigger role in American life. But why would Millennials want more Bible talk? They were born in the 1980s era of televangelist scandals. In the 1990s, they saw the religious right wage war against the gay rights movement. Then, in the 2000s, they witnessed the Roman Catholic Church’s child sexual abuse scandal. More from Henry G. Brinton, pastor of Fairfax Presbyterian Church in Virginia.

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Meth-like compound in supplement
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has sent a warning letter to the maker of the sports supplement Craze due to tests showing the product includes an undisclosed methamphetamine-like compound. Dated April 4, the warning notice comes months after Driven Sports stopped its production of Craze following a USA TODAY investigation.
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Meth-like compound in supplement

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has sent a warning letter to the maker of the sports supplement Craze due to tests showing the product includes an undisclosed methamphetamine-like compound. Dated April 4, the warning notice comes months after Driven Sports stopped its production of Craze following a USA TODAY investigation.

What’s your take on the controversial “performance fuel”? 

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‘Guns everywhere’ in Georgia prompts controversy
A bill passed by the state Legislature last month would allow people to carry guns in bars, nightclubs, churches and some government buildings. We asked our readers what they thought. Firearms and alcohol don’t mix, one wrote. This is an opportunity to test the waters, said another: Your Say High-res

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Guns everywhere’ in Georgia prompts controversy

A bill passed by the state Legislature last month would allow people to carry guns in bars, nightclubs, churches and some government buildings. We asked our readers what they thought. Firearms and alcohol don’t mix, one wrote. This is an opportunity to test the waters, said another: Your Say