All Eyes on Sochi: But the migrant workers who suffered wage theft and abuse to make the Olympic spectacle possible remain invisible.
Overseas, Broncos Are Super Bowl Champs: Thanks to local religious charity World Vision's much-criticized practice of dumping unused clothing in poor countries, thousands of people are going to wind up wearing the t-shirts printed by the NFL proclaiming the Broncos as Super Bowl champions.
Yes, Catholic Hospitals Discriminate Too: The state Supreme Court ruled Thursday that religious nonprofits, while deserving some special protections, can be sued for discrimination—workers in "non-religious roles should still have the right to sue their employers."
Business As Usual: President Obama's nominee for Ambassador to Argentina has never been there. He has, however, bundled hundreds of thousands of Democratic campaign dollars!