Warriors clinch division with 122-108 victory over Blazers (Yahoo Sports)

The music was turned up in the locker room and the mood was festive, but Golden State didn't overdo the celebration of the team's first division title in 39 years. These Warriors aren't done yet. We still have 11 games left to keep getting better so I think everybody is focused on that,'' Stephen Curry said. ''But I think everybody is pretty happy right now.'' Curry had 33 points and 10 assists and the Warriors pulled away from the short-handed Trail Blazers in the second half for a 122-108 victory Read more [...]

Organic Frozen Foods Recalled Over Listeria Scare

Amy’s Kitchen, the popular frozen organic dinner company, is voluntarily recalling over 73,890 cases of products due to possible listeria contamination. The company announced the recall after one of its organic spinach suppliers notified Amy’s that they may have received organic spinach with the bacteria Listeria monocytogenes. So far no one has reported illness from the products, which range from meals like tofu vegetable lasagna to spinach pizza. There were several separate food recalls Read more [...]

German anger towards Greece mounts over bailout as Tsipras meets Merkel

Amid demands for wartime compensation from Athens, and for deep economic reforms from Berlin, a majority of Germans now want Greece out of the eurozone Continue reading... Business | The Guardian Read more [...]

Texas judge threatens Justice Department over Obama’s immigration plan

A federal judge threatened Thursday to sanction the U.S. Department of Justice if he finds that government lawyers misled him about the rollout of President Obama’s plan to shield up to five million people from the threat of deportation.
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Obama touts economic policies as Republicans fight internally over budget

As congressional Republicans find themselves tangled over their newly introduced spending plans, President Obama tried Wednesday to seize the moment to talk about government spending on his terms, namely a focus on opportunities for the middle class.
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Attorneys battle over who will argue for gay marriage in Supreme Court

Gay rights lawyers agree on how the Supreme Court should rule in the upcoming marriage cases. And they agree on why gays and lesbians deserve a constitutional right to marry nationwide.
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