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Study: Repairing abandoned buildings and vacant lots reduces gun violence

Repairing abandoned buildings and vacant lots reduces gun violence, returns money to cities Repairing abandoned buildings and cleaning up vacant lots significantly reduced firearm violence...

Lawmakers to Facebook: Don’t Let Advertisers Exclude by Race

By Eric Umansky Four members of Congress wrote Facebook Tuesday demanding that the company stop giving advertisers the option of excluding by ethnic group. The letter...

Bob Dylan wins Nobel Prize for Literature

Bob Dylan has been awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize for Literature, becoming the first songwriter to win the prestigious award. The 75-year-old rock legend received...

Final Conviction In Brooklyn Gay-Bashing

A Brooklyn Supreme Court judge yesterday convicted the final defendant in a horrific December 2013 gay-bashing that left a young man permanently blind in...

Nine-Year Sentence In Chelsea BBQ’s Fracas

A New York City man has been sentenced to nine years in prison for his role in a May 2015 melee at Dallas BBQ's,...

Deadly attack on gay man by Detroit teen

From The Daily Dot In Detroit's third serious anti-LGBT assault since July, a gay man was shot and nearly killed after a teen lured him...

South Africa blocks entry to Anti-Gay US Pastor

South Africa has barred controversial US pastor Steven Anderson from visiting the county because of his critical remarks about homosexuality. The home affairs minister said...

Gallup: More Favor Major Government Role in Assisting Minorities

PRINCETON, N.J. -- As both major party presidential candidates tout ways their policies will benefit blacks and other minority groups, Americans are now, more...

ISIS Executes 4 For Homosexuality

The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist group has publicly executed four men, two of its own members among them, for homosexuality,...

Egyptian envoy boycotts UN’s new monitor on anti-gay violence

GENEVA - A 5-member UN human rights committee announced that a Thai law professor is its choice to be the UN's first monitor against...