Religious Rights of Corporations; Metro-North Latest; Art as Therapy

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The October term for the U.S. Supreme Court brings a varied caseload concerning religious freedom in prison and First Amendment rights on the Internet.

The U.S. Supreme Court justices are weighing whether corporations have religious rights. Slate's Emily Bazelon explains the arguments. Then, according to DNA Info's Murray Weiss, the Metro-North driver wasn't drunk, wasn't texting, wasn't incompetent -- he just fell asleep. Plus: philosopher Alain de Botton discusses his new book Art as Therapy.