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Ohio Governor After Cop Acquitted: ‘The People Of Cleveland Should Be Proud’

CREDIT: AP “[T]he people of Cleveland should be proud of what’s been happening here in the last 24 hours,” Ohio Governor John Kasich (R) told ABC News on Sunday.

Nepal Official Blasts Qatar For Not Letting World Cup Workers Go Home For Earthquake Funerals

Workers on a construction site of one of Qatar’s World Cup stadiums. CREDIT: (AP Photo/Maya Alleruzzo) Nepal’s labor minister this week blasted the government of Qatar for not letting Nepalese migrant workers return home for funerals of those who died in the earthquake that rocked the country in late April.

An 11-Year-Old And A Grandmother Describe What It’s Like To Be Grilled By Immigration Agents

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Over the past two weeks, at least three immigrant families in the Latino-heavy Washington neighborhood of Columbia Heights stated that they received disturbing, early-morning home visits from the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency.

Ireland Legalizes Gay Marriage In Historic Referendum

Yes supporters celebrate as first results in the Irish referendum start to come through at Dublin castle, Ireland, Saturday, May 23, 2015.

Cleveland Police Officer Acquitted For Firing 49 Shots At 2 Unarmed Victims

The car driven by Timothy Russell after it was pummeled with 137 bullets. CREDIT: AP Photo/Aaron Josefczyk A judge found Cleveland Police Officer Michael Brelo not guilty Saturday morning for the fatal shooting of 2 unarmed black victims fleeing police in their car.

NSA Phone Surveillance Program Will End After Failed Senate Vote

In a late-night vote, the Senate rejected the NSA surveillance reform bill approved by the House. CREDIT: AP Photo After a post-midnight vote Saturday, the U.S.

Dead Factory Workers And Five Dollar Crop Tops: ‘The True Cost’ Of Fast Fashion

H&M in New York City. CREDIT: AP Photo/Mark Lennihan Shima Akhter is a garment factory worker in Bangladesh.

Report: Fossil Fuels Receive $5.3 Trillion A Year In Subsidies Worldwide

CREDIT: Dylan Petrohilos/ThinkProgress The world pays $5.3 trillion a year in hidden costs to keep burning fossil fuels, according to a new report from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Ugandan Singer Faces 10 Years In Prison For A Nikki Minaj-Inspired Music Video

A screenshot from singer Jemimah Kansiime’s music video for her song, “Ensolo Yange.” CREDIT: YOUTUBE A new video by singer Jemimah Kansiime has the sort of risqué sex appeal characteristic of her idols Rihanna or Nikki Minaj.

2015 Is Crushing It For Hottest Year On Record

This was by far the hottest four-month start (January to April) of any year on record. CREDIT: NOAA Last week NASA reported that this has been the Earth’s hottest January-April on record.

America’s Housing Developers Are Almost Exclusively Building Luxury Units

CREDIT: AP America’s housing developers have been hard at work in the past three years. But their labor has only exacerbated the affordable housing crisis that afflicts most of the country’s population centers.

New EPA Rule Reduces Pollution In Communities Located Near Power Plants

CREDIT: shutterstock The Environmental Protection Agency finalized a new rule on power plants and other industrial facilities Friday that advocates say will drastically improve the quality of life of people living near industrial zones.

Alabama Marriage Equality Judge Chickens Out

Tori Sisson and Shanté Wolfe, the first same-sex couple to marry in Alabama CREDIT: AP Photo/Brynn Anderson On Thursday, federal District Judge Callie Granade issued a long-anticipated series of orders explaining that, yes, the state of Alabama actually does have to comply with the United States Constitution, even if its state supreme court does not want to do so.

We’re Failing To Connect Enough Kids To The Mental Health Treatment They Need

CREDIT: Shutterstock Even with some improvements to the nation’s mental health care system, a significant number of youth still receive little to no mental health care or get connected to the wrong kind, a recent study shows.

Hackers Expose Adult Hook-up App Users Sexual Orientation, Intimate Details

CREDIT: Shutterstuck Personal data including intimate sexual predilections for nearly 4 million users of popular dating and casual hook-up app have reportedly been exposed after the site was hacked Friday.

It’s Hard to Un-Teach Racism When Teachers Still Discriminate

How can we un-teach racism if our teachers still discriminate against students of color? CREDIT: Shutterstock A recent New York Magazine story examined a new initiative at for third grade students at Fieldston Lower School that separated students by race and asked each group to talk about their own perceptions about other races and how certain races perceived them.

Mike Huckabee Makes Excuses For Duggar Family Hiding Years Of Sexual Abuse

CREDIT: AP Photo/Jim Cole Presidential candidate Mike Huckabee made a statement on Facebook Friday addressing the revelations that eldest son Josh Duggar admitted to sexually molesting “girls,” presumably his own sisters, as a teenager.

Today In Bad Calls: After Josh Duggar Admitted To Sex Abuse, TLC Aired A ’19 Kids And Counting’ Marathon

CREDIT: AP On Thursday, Josh Duggar, one of the many stars of TLC’s 19 Kids and Counting, admitted that he molested young girls when he was a teenager.

Jeb Bush Is Actually Way Worse Than George W. Bush On Climate Change

The Bush brothers: Jeb, left, and George W. CREDIT: AP Photos/Andrew Breiner When considering potential 2016 presidential candidate Jeb Bush, a casual observer might make a simple comparison: He’s probably just like his brother.

Michael Sam Signs With Canadian Football League’s Montreal Alouettes

CREDIT: AP Michael Sam, the first openly gay player drafted into the NFL, has signed a contract with the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League, the team tweeted Friday.