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City Considers Passing Anti-Harassment Law To Help Women Feel Safer In The Street

CREDIT: Shutterstock Kansas City is considering an ordinance to prevent people from harassing bicyclists or pedestrians in public places.

Fracking Advocates Allegedly Get Homeless People To Pose As Shale Supporters

Joaquim Moreira Salles is an intern at Think Progress. CREDIT: Shutter Stock Around 30 people wearing t-shirts with pro-fracking slogans showed up to a state hearing in Cullowhee, North Carolina, to support the shale gas industry last Friday.

Three Things Conservatives Wrote This Week That Everyone Should Read

Welcome to TP Ideas‘ weekly roundup of the best conservative writing! Every Friday, we take a look at three pieces by right-leaning writers that constructively articulate core elements of their worldview.

Alibaba’s Massive I.P.O. Reveals Wall Street’s Rigged Game

CREDIT: AP Alibaba, the massive Chinese e-commerce company that is the functional equivalent of Amazon, EBay, Uber, PayPal and a bunch of other companies combined, made its debut on the New York Stock Exchange this morning.

Meet The Woman Who Just Won A ‘Genius’ Award For Setting Things On Fire

Tami Bond, Photographed at University of Illinois in Urbana, Illinois, September 6th, 2014. CREDIT: John D.

Gov. Chris Christie On Regional Cap-And-Trade: It’s ‘A Completely Useless Plan’

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie speaking to reporters at the National Governors Association. CREDIT: AP Photo/Mark Humphrey New Jersey Gov.

Fox News Conspiracy About Undocumented Immigrants Voting Gets Debunked By Its Own Contributor

Joaquim Moreira Salles in an intern at Think Progress Fox News contributor Geraldo Rivera spent a chunk of time on Fox and Friends Friday morning arguing with co-host Steve Doocy over whether half a million undocumented immigrants in New York have just been given the right to vote.

Alberta’s New U.S. Envoy: Oil Train Disaster Would Spur Keystone XL

Workers stand before mangled tanker cars at the crash site of the train derailment and fire in Lac-Megantic, Quebec, Canada in 2013.

Italy’s Army Is Growing Medical Marijuana To Make It Cheaper For Everyone To Afford

Amelia Rosch is an intern for ThinkProgress. CREDIT: Shutterstock The Italian army will now grow medical marijuana in a secure military lab in order to lower costs and make it more available to those who need it, following an agreement between the Ministry of Defense and the Ministry of Health last week.

Why Budweiser’s Stand Against The NFL’s Domestic Violence Controversy Falls Short

CREDIT: Shutterstock American beer company Anheuser-Busch issued a public statement earlier this week expressing its concern about the manner in which the National Football League (NFL) has handled recent domestic violence controversies.

Krugman, IMF: Fighting Global Warming Is ‘Cheap’ And ‘Might Actually Lead To Faster Growth’

CREDIT: AP Photo/ Francisco Seco Every major independent analysis of aggressive climate action has found it has very low cost, virtually no impact on growth, and several valuable co-benefits.

Every Senate Republican Votes To Stop Obama’s Immigration Relief

CREDIT: Screengrab Every Republican senator voted in support of a (failed) effort to thwart President Obama’s executive action on immigration Wednesday.

The President Is Finally Declaring War On Antibiotic-Resistant ‘Superbugs’

CREDIT: AP Photo/Gillian Wong For years, medical experts have been warning that the rise of antibiotic resistance poses a serious threat to global health, as we’re rapidly approaching a future in which common infections won’t be able to be treated with any drugs.

The GOP’s Last Ditch, Unconstitutional Ploy To Save An Unpopular Senator’s Career From Extinction

Kansas’ Republican Secretary of State Kris Kobach CREDIT: AP Photo/John Milburn Kansas is in the midst what is almost certainly the most unusual Senate race of the 2014 cycle.

The Mourning After: ‘This Is Where I Leave You’ Should Be So Much Better

CREDIT: Courtesy of Warner Brothers There is a lot to like about This Is Where I Leave You, in theaters today.

‘Pride’ Warmly Epitomizes The LGBT Movement’s Success In Partnering With Other Causes

This post includes spoilers from the upcoming film Pride, which will be released in select U.S. theaters on September 26.

Couple Who Let Homeless People Sleep On Their Porch Threatened With Daily Fine

Brenda Konkel and her partner Robert Bloch CREDIT: Robert Bloch’s Facebook page Brenda Konkel and her partner Robert Bloch didn’t expect to be rewarded for their decision to open up their front porch to any homeless person who needed a place to rest or store their belongings, but the last thing they could have imagined was that their good deed would go punished.

France Becomes First Country To Join U.S. In Airstrikes Against ISIS

Two French Rafale jet fighters fly over Iraq CREDIT: AP Photo/ECPAD France on Friday morning announced it had taken military action inside Iraq, making it the first country aside from the U.S.

What The GOP’s New Report On Energy Insecurity Doesn’t Tell You

Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) and Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK), in background, released a new report on energy insecurity on Thursday.

John Boehner Says Unemployed People ‘Just Sit Around,’ Don’t Think They Have To Work

House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) CREDIT: AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) seemed to echo Mitt Romney’s infamous claim that 47 percent of Americans are “takers” who suck up government benefits during a speech at a conservative Washington D.C.