AirTalk for May 5, 2014

US-POLITICS-SUPREME COURT-PRAYER
Today, in a ruling that split the justices 5-4, the Supreme Court ruled city council meetings across the country are legally allowed to include explicitly sectarian prayer.
Carson Carousel Protest
The Carson City Council will consider a bill tomorrow night that would make bullying and cyberbullying a misdemeanor.
House Holds Hearing On Consequences Of US Intervention In Libya
House Speaker John Boehner has tapped South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy to head a special committee investigating the deadly 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya.
Berlin Draws Summer Tourists
If you’re following the golden rules of online travel booking, you’re already buying flights on Tuesdays and making sure your plane takes off Wednesday. But the old tricks aren’t as money-saving as they used to be (and sometimes, none at all).
Airbnb'S Value Estimated At $10 Billion After New Round Of Investments
The sharing economy is increasingly seeping into everyday life across genres and interests as Silicon Valley companies cut out the middlemen and cash in on their ability to connect people and resources.
Once considered property, now pets can own their own. In fact, cats and dogs now have more rights and protections than any other animal in the country. In his new book, pet lover and award-winning journalist David Grimm explores the evolution of the status of our four-legged friends, from their wild origins to their current elevated status.
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