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Abortion Survivor: I Feel a Burden to Be a Voice for Those Who Don’t Have One

(  — In 2014, a group of young pro-life advocates produced a stunning video called “Listen to the Beat.” The video demonstrates the impact of abortion on the United States by playing the same number of drumbeats as abortions that occur each day in our nation. As the drums beat, a young man talks about […]

Immigration detainees should be held in for-profit prisons, panel says

Trump names "Mad Dog Mattis" as his Defense secretary, but Congress will need to grant a waiver first Dec. 2, 2016, 10:41 a.m. This is our look at President-elect Donald Trump's transition and the outgoing Obama administration. Here's what's happening: Mattis appointment will need congressional...

Wendy Davis Slams New Texas Law Making Abortion Clinics Bury Aborted Babies Instead of Selling Them

Wendy Davis loves abortion. In fact she must love abortion so much that she is slamming a new Texas law making abortion clinics provide proper burials for aborted babies instead of selling their body parts for profit. New Texas rules requiring a dignified burial of aborted babies’ bodies will go into effect on Dec. 19, […]

New movie reviews: 'Jackie,' 'Miss Sloane,' 'Lion' and more

Today in Entertainment: 'La La Land' gets love from critics groups, 'Jackie' is a transfixing biopic Dec. 2, 2016, 10:42 a.m. Here's what's new and interesting in the world of entertainment and the arts today:Is J. Cole talking about Kanye West on his new track 'False Prophets'?Review: 'Jackie'...

AT&T's data-free TV offer poses a net neutrality problem

AT&T Wireless recently offered its customers a compelling freebie: If they subscribe to DirecTV, the satellite TV service that AT&T acquired in 2015, or DirecTV's new slimmed-down online offering, they can watch an unlimited amount of TV on their mobile devices without using up any of their monthly...

Seafood consumption 15 times higher among Indigenous than non-Indigenous people

Coastal Indigenous people eat on average 15 times more seafood per person than non-Indigenous people in the same country, according to new research from the University of British Columbia. The findings highlight the need to consider food sovereignty and cultural identity as part of fisheries policy and Indigenous human rights.

Letters: Viewing films in the aftermath of a Trump victory

  Election’s film effects Regarding “A New Lens: In the Wake of Donald Trump’s Victory, Some Movies Suddenly Play Very Differently Than They Did Before” [Nov. 29]. This substantial article is delicious reading and informative simultaneously. Rick Edelstein Bedford ::: Another day, another absurd,...

Lawsuits seek to block or halt Wisconsin, Michigan recounts

Supporters of Republican Donald Trump filed a federal lawsuit trying to halt Wisconsin's ongoing presidential recount, and Michigan's attorney general on Friday sued to stop a recount from happening in his state. The Wisconsin lawsuit and motion for a temporary restraining order was filed late...

Is J. Cole taking shots at Kanye West on his new track?

Today in Entertainment: 'La La Land' gets love from critics groups, 'Jackie' is a transfixing biopic Dec. 2, 2016, 10:11 a.m. Here's what's new and interesting in the world of entertainment and the arts today:Is J. Cole talking about Kanye West on his new track 'False Prophets'?Review: 'Jackie'...

Broncos LB Von Miller sends a bottle of wine to every player in the AFC West

Denver linebacker Von Miller leads the NFL with 12.5 sacks, which probably doesn’t help his popularity among players on the other three teams in the AFC West. But here’s something that will — he just gave them all free wine. According to the Denver Post, Miller sent out a bottle of wine to every...

France Bans Video of Kids With Down Syndrome: It Would “Disturb” Women Who Aborted Such Babies

Conscience is a good thing. It is the path to repentance, forgiveness, and healing. Take Project Rachel, the compassionate pro-life project that aids women overcome the grief and guilt some experience from having had an abortion. But France doesn’t want women to feel badly for having aborted a Down syndrome baby. Accordingly, it censored an […]

Ex-NFL star Johnny Manziel reaches agreement to dismiss domestic violence charge

Prosecutors say they have reached an agreement with troubled former NFL star Johnny Manziel to dismiss his domestic violence charge. According to the Dallas Country district attorney’s office, the former Cleveland Browns quarterback reached a conditional dismissal agreement from his case in which...

Study suggests millions of missing Chinese girls might be hidden, but ‘gendercide still exists’

While many women might give birth illegally, China's child limits continue to lead to forced abortions and abandonment.

Federal Appeals Court Strikes Down Absurdly Repressive North Carolina Sex Offender Law

North Carolina’s efforts to drive sex offenders out of public life hit another roadblock on Wednesday when the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4 th Circuit held that two key provisions of a repressive sex offender law violate the Constitution. Show More Summary

Mandy Moore Reveals Mother, Two Brothers Are Gay

Singer and actress Mandy Moore recently revealed that her mother and both of her brothers are gay, and that everyone is more fulfilled living their truths. In an interview with Byrdie, the This Is Us star, who plays a dedicated mother...Show More Summary

Daily Dose of Cute

Matilda does her impression of a crescent moon. As always, please feel welcome and encouraged to share pix of the fuzzy, feathered, or scaled members of your family in comments.

Give children a say in the planet's future: prize winner

BARCELONA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Children must be given a direct role in making decisions on how to protect the planet because they will suffer most from the impacts of climate change, said the winner of the 2016 International Children's Peace Prize.

BREAKING: Vehemently Anti-LGBTQ Gambian President Yahya Jammeh Loses Re-election Bid

In a stunning turn of events, longtime Gambian president Yahya Jammeh, who repeatedly attacked LGBTQ people in his more than 22-year reign, has lost his re-election bid and has conceded defeat (according to the head of the Gambian Electoral...Show More Summary

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