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Let Them Have Cake? SCOTUS Gets Case Tuesday

The Supreme Court will begin hearing, today, whether a baker in Colorado is within his rights to refuse making a wedding cake for a...

The World is Losing the Battle Against Child Labour

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina - The IV Global Conference on the Sustained Eradication of Child Labour, which drew nearly 2000 delegates from 190 countries to...

Mugabe Agrees To Resign In Zimbabwe Power Struggle

After being removed from his own political party, Robert Mugabe, the longtime dictator of Zimbabwe, has agreed to resign from office, sources in the...

Walking While Black

THE JACKSONVILLE SHERIFF’S OFFICE issues hundreds of pedestrian citations a year, drawing on an array of 28 separate statutes governing how people get around...

George Takei Denies Sexual Abuse Allegations

Legendary Star Trek actor George Takei found himself facing accusations of sexual abuse Friday, as he became the latest in a growing number of...

Police: Father Kills Vegas Teen ‘Because He Was Gay’

A Las Vegas-area teen was shot to death by his father Thursday morning, and detectives say the boy's sexual orientation was a motive. Giovanni...

NAACP Board Elects Derrick Johnson President & CEO

BALTIMORE. MD - The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), America's largest and original legacy civil rights organization, has unanimously elected...

Puerto Rico Gay Bar Bombed After Reopening

NEW YORK, NY - The most popular gay nightclub in San Juan, Puerto Rico, was bombed with incendiaries Saturday night, police said, igniting a...

Court Stops Trump’s Transgender Troop Ban

A federal district judge halted President Trump's plans to ban all transgender troops from joining or serving in the US military this afternoon. Ruling for...

UN rights office ‘deeply concerned’ over arrests of LGBT people in...

NEW YORK, NY - The United Nations human rights office on Friday expressed deep concern about a wave of arrests in Azerbaijan, Egypt and Indonesia of more than 180 people...