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The Psychological War Being Waged Against Abortion Providers

Clinic owner Diane Derzis stands outside the Jackson Women’s Health Organization, Mississippi’’s only commercial abortion clinic CREDIT: AP Photo/Rogelio V.

Four Things To Watch Out For At Tomorrow’s Marriage Equality Hearing In The Supreme Court

CREDIT: AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File Well, the time has finally arrived. On Tuesday, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in four cases consolidated under the name Obergefell v.

Las Vegas Man Epically Punks Conservative Media

Las Vegas Motivational Speaker Larry Pfiefer CREDIT: Courtesy Of Larry Pfiefer In January, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid was seriously injured while he was exercising with a resistance band.

Obama Finally Gets Angry At Climate Science Deniers And It’s Hilarious

President Obama brings out actor Keegan-Michael Key from “Key & Peele” to play “Luther, President Obama’s anger translator” during his remarks at White House Correspondents’ dinner Saturday night.

2015 Could Be The Worst Year For Wildfires Yet

California’s firefighters are bracing for a long summer. CREDIT: AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez “Wildfire season” seems to be a thing of the past for drought-stricken California, with fires now raging throughout the year.

PHOTOS: Nepal Earthquake Turns Ancient Heritage Sites Into Rubble

A Nepalese woman examines the damage caused to Bhaktapur Durbar Square in Kathmandu, Nepal after a massive earthquake in there on April 25, 2015.

Baltimore Orioles Players Speak Out Amid Freddie Gray Protests

Adam Jones CREDIT: AP Photo/Carlos Osorio Protests over the death of Freddie Gray, who suffered a fatal spine injury while in police custody, filled the streets of Baltimore on Saturday, even forcing the Baltimore Orioles to close the gates to their stadium to keep fans inside.

Before You Decide To Order The Mayweather-Pacquiao Fight, Watch This 57 Second Interview

CREDIT: Screenshot The fight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao is one of the most anticipated matches of all time.

This Bakery Refused To Serve A Same-Sex Couple And It May Cost Them $135,000

CREDIT: AP Photo/Armando Franca A bakery that turned away a lesbian couple looking to buy a cake for their wedding will have to pay them an award of possibly $135,000 for emotional damages, a hearings officer said Friday.

The Apple Watch May Have a Human Rights Problem

CREDIT: AP Photo The Apple Watch finally hit stores and customer doorsteps Friday for its official release.

How Bruce Jenner And Laverne Cox Are Helping Americans See Trans People Differently

Bruce Jenner during an interview with ABC’s Diane Sawyer CREDIT: ABC News screenshot Even as state lawmakers continue to push legislation that discriminates against transgender people’s gender identities, the media is increasingly providing Americans with the opportunity to witness a diverse range of trans experiences.

Baltimore Police Admit They Made Deadly Mistakes In Freddie Gray’s Arrest

Protestors stand outside the Edward A. Garmatz United States District Courthouse during a march for Freddie Gray, Thursday, April 23, 2015, in Baltimore.

New Graphic Novel Explores What It’s Really Like To Be A Palestinian Refugee

CREDIT: Leila Abdelrazaq Leila Abdelrazzaq is 22 years old and the author of a new graphic novel. If the lanky and freckled recent college graduate is unfazed by her success it’s because she never dreamed of writing a book — much less one set to incisive black and white ink images.

Maine Governor Prepares To Make Food Stamps Recipients Jump Through New Hoops At The Grocery Store

Maine Gov. Paul LePage (R) with a state Supreme Court justice in February CREDIT: AP Maine is poised to ban food stamps recipients from buying certain types of food that Governor Paul LePage (R) and conservatives in the legislature deem to be “junk.” The legislation LePage supports claims that “the purchase of unhealthy products is antithetical to the purpose of the [food stamps] program.” But the definition of “unhealthy” that the bill uses is quite broad, and would prohibit the purchase of a range of groceries that are not exempt from sales tax under Maine law.

The NFL’s Concussion Settlement Is Approved, But Its Problems Are Far From Over

The late Junior Seau, in 2011, at his induction to the San Diego Chargers Hall of Fame. CREDIT: (AP Photo/Denis Poroy, archive) On Wednesday, a federal judge finally granted approval to a proposed settlement between the NFL and more than 4,000 former players who had sued the league over its past handling of concussions.

California Lawmakers Want To Ban Cities From Fining Residents Who Don’t Water Their Lawns

Water runs off from a sprinkler in a neighborhood in the Hollywood Hills area of Los Angeles. CREDIT: AP Plagued by one of the worst droughts on record and faced with mandatory water cuts, some California residents are choosing to let their lush, green laws turn dry and brown — and facing fines for it.

Anti-LGBT Groups Hope To Make Virginia ‘Ground Zero’ In Fight Against School Transgender Protections

Traditional Values Coalition President Andrea Lafferty testifies against transgender protections CREDIT: Fairfax County Public Schools As the elected school board for Virginia’s largest jurisdiction considers adding “gender identity” to its non-discrimination law, state and national anti-LGBT organizations are furiously working to oppose protections for transgender employees and students in Virginia schools, pushing transphobic claims of “shemales” in school bathrooms.

Native American Actors Walk Off Adam Sandler Movie: ‘We Are Still Just Hollywood Indians’

Actor Adam Sandler accepts the Male Star of the Year award at the Big Screen Achievement Awards at CinemaCon 2014.

Living In His Own Reality, Cruz Files Constitutional Amendment To Ban Same-Sex Marriage

CREDIT: AP Photo/Nati Harnik As the U.S. Supreme Court prepares to hear arguments in a case that could overturn state laws that restrict marriage to only between a man and a woman, public support for same-sex marriage is at an all-time high.

Comcast-Time Warner Deal Is Dead, But More Are To Come

Comcast CEO Brian Roberts CREDIT: AP Photo It’s official: The Comcast-Time Warner deal is dead. Comcast announced Friday it was walking away from the controversial deal to avoid a regulatory hearing and further public scrutiny.


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