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LGBTQ youth of faith across the United States are sharing their stories during Pride Month. They hope to encourage others to embrace their religious and gender identities. It comes at a time when … more
Donations for Afghanistan earthquake victims will face far more hurdles than other disasters, due to sanctions against the country’s Taliban government and its troubled relationship with Western … more
JUNE 17- JUNE 23, 2022 From the war in Ukraine to Budapest's Aquatics World Championships, the Royal Ascot race, western Europe's first heat wave and South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa … more
Friday marks the anniversary of the oceanfront condo building collapse that killed 98 people in Surfside, Florida. The 12-story tower came down with a thunderous roar and left a giant pile of rubble … more
An expert panel backed a second COVID-19 vaccine option for kids ages 6 to 17. Advisers to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention voted unanimously Thursday to recommend Moderna's shots … more
The second of two women who were sent to a state mental health facility after a 2014 stabbing attack on a sixth-grade classmate in Wisconsin which they claimed was to appease the horror character … more
How does Rick Astley handle one of his songs being part of the biggest internet meme of all time? He rolls with it, obviously. He says he's “ever so grateful for it.” ”Never Gonna Give You Up" … more
A memoir by Chelsea Manning will come out this fall. The book is titled “README.txt,” and it's scheduled for release Oct. 18. Manning’s book was first announced in 2019 but did not have a title … more
The Border Patrol paroled more than 207,000 migrants who crossed from Mexico from August through May. In the previous seven months, it paroled only 11. It is a low-key but far-reaching change from … more
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