The Hunting Ground

Drew Mello talks with Mindi Fetterman the founder and director of The Inner Truth Project which serves the needs of adult survivors of rape, childhood sexual abuse or sexual violence. On Saturday, June 27, The Inner Truth Project will host a screening of The Hunting Ground, a new documentary about sexual violence on college campuses. Following the screening there will be a panel discussion with representatives from area colleges. For more information on The Inner Truth Project click here: To...
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Transforming The Norton

Drew Mello talks with Scott Bernarde, Director of Communications for the Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach. The Norton’s primary summer exhibition, Going Places, addresses the design of iconic 20th century vehicles, the history of transportation and its impact on our lives. Going Places will be on display from June 25 through January 10 of next year. The Norton will be offering free admission to all Florida residents on Thursdays through September 3. Palm Beach County residents can...
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Summer Feeding Program Will Help Keep Kids From Going Hungry During the Summer

The Treasure Coast Food Bank will provide free meals for hundreds of Treasure Coast Children this summer. You can find open summer feeding programs near you by clicking HERE. .
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A bill that would make vaccinations a requirement for nearly every schoolchild passed the California Legislature. The bill, SB 277, is now on its way to Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown's desk. It's one of the toughest vaccination bills in the country, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Spotify, Google Play, Amazon Prime, Rdio, Rhapsody, Pandora — the list of streaming music service goes on and on. On Tuesday, Apple joins that lineup with the launch of its streaming service, Apple Music. Apple will give consumers a three-month trial, and then it will charge $9.99 a month.

But most music lovers still aren't sure why they should pay. Colin Barrett, 31, has tried a few of the streaming services, but he doesn't use them anymore.

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday dealt a major blow to death penalty opponents, upholding the use of a controversial drug as part of a three-drug execution cocktail. The vote was 5-4, with unusually passionate and sometimes bitter opinions from the majority and dissenting justices.

Greeks Brace For The Fallout As Deadline Looms

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Giorgos Koronis is welcoming tourists from the U.S. and England at the old Olympic Stadium in Athens, where the first modern Olympics were held in 1896.

Koronis, 50, has worked for the state for 25 years, mainly at ticket counters at various tourist sites around the Greek capital. But today he's struggling to smile.

He spent Monday morning at the ATM in line with a few retirees from his neighborhood, including his mother.

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that the Environmental Protection Agency made a mistake when it told electric power plants to reduce mercury emissions. The high court says the EPA should first have considered how much it would cost power plants to do that.

The decision comes too late for most power companies, but it could affect future EPA regulations.

Mercury in the air is a health risk. When you burn coal or oil, you create airborne mercury that can end up in fish we eat and cause serious health problems.

At Pride events in New York City this weekend, the emotional excitement about marriage equality was evident. But many people also were thrilled about the practical considerations.

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"It was Greek to me."

Shakespeare used that phrase in one of his tragedies to suggest that a complicated matter was beyond understanding.

Many Americans may be muttering those words again as this week's Greek tragedy plays out.

The situation in Athens really is complicated, but it's also important. So let's walk through the basics together, and then consider what it might mean to Americans.

Here's what has happened so far:

-- The Greek government has way too much debt, and can't pay its creditors.

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