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Jenner Interview with ABC’s Sawyer Highlights Increasing Visibility, Understanding of Trans People

Olympic Champion’s Appearance Comes as HRC Poll Shows That 66 Percent of Americans Who Know a Transgender Person Support Equality

The Ebola Bandwagon

Rust never sleeps. Neither it seems does the University of Wisconsin-Madison animal experimentation propaganda machine. This essay is a response to the April 23, 2015 ersatz news article "In Sierra Leone, a chance to learn from Ebola," written by Kelly April Tyrrell. Show More Summary

Pressure mounts as Catholic Relief Services fails to act on VP in gay ‘marriage’

'How long should it take to call an employee into your office, tell him that his behavior is incompatible with the mission of the organization, and ask for his resignation?'

Hubble just turned 25. Here’s what it was like to grow up with it.

The Hubble Space Telescope shows us the far reaches of our universe -- and that tells us a lot about us, too.

Congratulations, Yellowstone! You’re having giant magma twins

A pocket of magma larger than the one we already knew about has appeared unannounced, like a surprise birthday dessert at Chili's.

What happened to America’s black farmers?

In 1920, black farmers represented 14 percent of U.S. farmers; today, they make up less than 2 percent.

Veganism & the Enviroment (INFOGRAPHIC)

Raising animals for food is the greatest source of destruction to our environment. Let me show you how veganism & the environment are connected. The post Veganism & the Enviroment (INFOGRAPHIC) appeared first on Your Daily Vegan.

Some Bright Green Lawns in California Require No Water

Some homeowners have installed artificial turf in their yards to cut back on water use, though several environmental groups object to the fake grass.

Population of North American sage-grouse sharply declining: study

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The number of breeding males in the greater sage-grouse population of the United States and part of Canada has declined by 56 percent in recent years, in a sign of trouble for the ground-dwelling bird, a study released on Friday showed.

Arctic nations to fight climate change despite Russia tensions

IQALUIT, Nunavut (Reuters) - The eight Arctic Council nations pledged on Friday to do more to combat climate change that is shrinking the vast frigid region, with countries trying to put aside disputes over issues like Russia's intervention in Ukraine.

Abp. Cordileone will not attend this weekend’s March for Marriage

Staying in San Franciso "will allow Archbishop Cordileone to remain home and attend to the pastoral needs of the Church here at this time," the archdiocese said in a statement.

Open Thread with Toppled Pole

This highway-blocking blown-down power pole that happened just down the road from me features for this week's Open Thread. Please natter/chatter/vent/rant on anything you like over this weekend and throughout the week. with a few netiquette exceptions

Watch the March for Marriage online—only at LifeSiteNews

As the sole media sponsor of the March, LifeSiteNews is proud to exclusively livestream the event tomorrow.

Dear Abby Promotes Planned Parenthood Abortion Biz for the Second Time this Month

On April 22nd, a “Dear Abby” column promoted Planned Parenthood for the second time this month. A 17-year-old girl writes Abby looking for advice concerning sex. She says, “Dear Abby: I’m a 17-year-old girl. Last weekend I lost my virginity in the back seat of a stranger’s car. I feel guilty about it and I […]

What Chicago Police Did to This Pro-Life Advocate at a Planned Parenthood Rally is Inexcusable

In my travels around the country, I’m often asked by fellow pro-life activists how many times I’ve been arrested. They know about the many times my father has been arrested—thirteen in all—and how he was dragged through the federal courts for over 20 years in the infamous NOW v. Scheidler case. They assume that I […]

Pope Francis forces the issue on climate change

Here's what Catholics think about the pope's big climate push.

World’s Oldest Woman Says “Every Day is a Gift From Above”

On April 24, the oldest person in the world gave credit to God for her record-breaking lifespan. Jeralean Tailey, who will be 116 in May, said, “Every day is a gift from above. There is nothing we can do without God. He made us, and He knew when He wanted to take us.” She added, […]

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