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GOP Congressman: No Homes for Homosexuals?

Growing Older and Stronger: SAGE Turns 40

By Kilian Melloy |
In an address he gave to realtors last week, Rep. Dana Rohrabacher opined that homeowners should not have to sell houses to LGBTQ buyers. The realtors, previously supportive of his...

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Amid Anti-Immigrant Sentiment, Some Spanish Speakers Wary

Amid Anti-Immigrant Sentiment, Some Spanish Speakers Wary

By Amy Taxin And Astrid Galvan | May 27
Being multilingual in the United States brings advantages like job opportunities and social connections. But speaking something other than English in some public places also can risk drawing unwanted attention.

'Quiet Revolution' Leads to Abortion Rights Win in Ireland AP-EU-Ireland-Abortion-Referendum

'Quiet Revolution' Leads to Abortion Rights Win in Ireland AP-EU-Ireland-Abortion-Referendum

By Gregory Katz, Renata Brito And Leo Enright | May 27
In the end, it wasn't even close.

Wonder-Goal, Gaffes, Injuries as Madrid Seals CL Three-Peat AP-SOC-Champions-League-Final

Wonder-Goal, Gaffes, Injuries as Madrid Seals CL Three-Peat AP-SOC-Champions-League-Final

May 27
With his back to goal but eyes on the incoming cross, Gareth Bale connected with the ball while leaping in the air and sent a scissor-kick arcing into the top of the net.

Backchannel, 'Dracula' Help Free Utah Man In Venezuela

Backchannel, 'Dracula' Help Free Utah Man In Venezuela

By Joshua Goodman And Matthew Lee | May 27
A secret backchannel led by a veteran Republican Senate staffer and a flamboyant Venezuelan official nicknamed "Dracula" broke through hostile relations between the two governments to secure the release of American prisoner Joshua Holt.

 More LGBT Issues Loom as Justices Near Wedding Cake Decision

More LGBT Issues Loom as Justices Near Wedding Cake Decision

By Mark Sherman | May 27
A flood of lawsuits over LGBT rights is making its way through courts and will continue, no matter the outcome in the Supreme Court's highly anticipated decision in the case of a Colorado baker who would not create a wedding cake for a same-sex couple.

Astronaut and Moonwalker Alan Bean Dies at 86

Astronaut and Moonwalker Alan Bean Dies at 86

By Jocelyn Gecker | May 26
Former Apollo 12 astronaut and painter Alan Bean, who was the fourth person to walk on the moon and later turned his passion for space into art, has died. He was 86.

Morgan Freeman Says He Did Not Assault Women

Morgan Freeman Says He Did Not Assault Women

By David Bauder | May 26
Morgan Freeman says he likes to compliment people to make them feel at ease around him but that he has never sexually assaulted women.

Resistance Makes Subtle Impact Even Where Trump is Popular

Resistance Makes Subtle Impact Even Where Trump is Popular

May 26
Vicki Toombs was watching the returns on election night 2016 when her phone buzzed - a text from her 22-year-old son Beau, who is gay, was afraid the new administration would end Obamacare, which he uses to pay for the drugs that protected them from HIV.

Law: Trans Connecticut Inmates Will Be Housed Appropriately

Law: Trans Connecticut Inmates Will Be Housed Appropriately

By Pat Eaton-Robb | May 26
Transgender inmates in Connecticut will soon become the first in the nation to have a legal right to be housed in a prison that matches the gender with which they identify, a law being lauded by civil rights advocates as groundbreaking.

Jack Johnson's Descendant Reflects on His Legacy

Jack Johnson's Descendant Reflects on His Legacy

May 26
President Donald Trump on Thursday granted a posthumous pardon to Jack Johnson, the first black heavyweight champion, more than 100 years after what many see as his racially-charged conviction. Johnson's great-great niece reflected on his legacy.

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