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BREAKING: Vatican to issue stamp featuring Martin Luther

The Vatican is issuing the stamp in conjunction with the 500-year anniversary of the Protestant Reformation.

Abortions Hit Record Low, Abortion Activists Admit Pro-Life Laws Saving More Babies

For the first time in more than four decades, abortions dropped below 1 million in the United States, according to a new report from the Alan Guttmacher Institute. The pro-abortion research group, considered to have the most comprehensive abortion numbers for the U.S., reported an estimated 926,200 abortions in 2014 and 958,700 in 2013. The […]

HRC’s Marvell Terry Featured in POZ Magazine for Working to End HIV in the South

Marvell L. Terry II, HRC’s HIV & AIDS Project Manager, is featured on the cover and in the January issue of POZ magazine, an award-winning resource for people living with and affected by HIV and AIDS. The article, Southern Exposure,Show More Summary

What do Men do When They Fall Short?

One day I knew I’d grow up to be a superhero. I’d save the day and get the girl. And then, I grew up. The post What do Men do When They Fall Short? appeared first on The Good Men Project.

On the Marches

[Content Note: Privilege; misogyny.]I'm feeling energized by the upcoming Women's March on Washington and the Sister Marches to take place on January 21, 2017, the day after Trump's inauguration. I still feel fearful, angry, and upset about Trump's electoral college win. Show More Summary

A Murdered Mother's Spirit Endures

Brandon, a police officer in Delaware, wrote in to Darkness Radio describing a strange sighting he had:“I am a police officer. I have been on the job now for 12 years. One night in the last week of July, 2013, I had been hanging out with some friends on my day off. Show More Summary

U.S. makes $500 million grant to climate change fund: State Department

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States has made a $500 million grant to the Green Climate Fund, meant to help developing nations combat climate change, the State Department said on Tuesday.

Snap's Venice real estate expansion may be done - but the changes it brought aren't going away

Don Salmon says his Rastafarian clothing shop in Venice suffered no dip from the Great Recession, leaving only one culprit in his mind for a recent sales plunge. “I have no question this is the Snapchat effect,” Salmon said surrounded by his black-red-yellow-and-green goods. “It’s not even up for...

60-year-old gorilla, the first to be born in a zoo, dies in Ohio

The world's first gorilla born in a zoo, a female named Colo who became the oldest known living gorilla in the U.S., has died at age 60, the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium said Tuesday. Colo died in her sleep overnight, less than a month after her birthday, the zoo announced. She surpassed the usual...

After Trump’s Remarks on Europe, Conservative Newspaper Die Welt Pleads for a “Gayer” Germany

After Trump’s Remarks on Europe, Conservative Newspaper Die Welt Pleads for a “Gayer” Germany In a completely new tone, the chief editor of Die Welt, a newspaper known to be rather conservative, made this surprising statement following...Show More Summary

The Speaking Piano

Amazing, but simultaneously creepy footage of a piano that was rigged up by artist and composer Peter Ablinger to modulate key presses in such a way that it sounds like it’s speaking. Our overlords have arrived, and they have 88 key...

Trump's Interior Dept. Nominee, Rep. Ryan Zinke to Face Questioning on Climate Record, Support for Oil, Gas, Coal

Rep. Ryan Zinke, Republican from Montana and President-elect Donald Trump's nominee to head the Department of the Interior, will appear before the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee for a confirmation hearing today. If confirmed,...Show More Summary

LGBT Organizations Ring the Alarm on Betsy DeVos as U.S. Education Secretary

3 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Out.com

GLSEN, Lambda Legal, GLAAD, and other organizations warn that Trump's nominee for Secretary of Education has supported homophobic initiatives that threaten the safety of LGBTQ students.

British UFO Researcher Demands More Info on Police Sighting

I believe this British case is a major UFO event and should be the subject of a scientific enquiry. Gary Heseltine – retired British police officer, editor of UFO Truth magazine and creator and manager of the PRUFOS (Police Reporting UFO Sightings) database – wants some answers...

Seth Meyers Takes ‘A Closer Look’ at Trump’s Attacks on Civil Rights Icon John Lewis: WATCH

3 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Echoing, the majority of Americans’ thoughts, Seth Meyers started out last night’s “A Closer Look” with this note: “The Trump transition has been like listening to a spooky version of ‘Pop, Goes the Weasel’ t… Read The post Seth Meyers Takes ‘A Closer Look’ at Trump’s Attacks on Civil Rights Icon John Lewis: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.

Watch Keegan-Michael Key Complete a Very Easy American Obstacle Course to Get All the Guns on ‘Billy on the Street’

“We are going to run through an obstacle course today that takes us on a tour of the United States of America; the more guns you acquire along the way, the safer and more American you become, do you understand, Keegan?” Billy Eichner shouts at the beginning of a just-released, tragicomic obstacle course clip from truTV’s Billy […]

African American Men Give Their Farwell Speech To Barack Obama

Dr. Vibe asks a group of African American for their thoughts on the presidency of Barack Obama. The post African American Men Give Their Farwell Speech To Barack Obama appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Why I’m Going To The Women’s March—And You Should, Too

3 hours agoLGBT / Gay : NewNowNext

For many, it is the first step in a turning political awareness into political action.

The Dakota Access fight is moving to Louisiana.

Energy Transfer Partners is trying to build a pipeline in Louisiana to carry oil from DAPL to refineries on the Gulf Coast.

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