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Newsletter

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By Anthony Lydgate It's difficult to know what to make of the giraffe. It shuffles like a camel (right legs forward, then left legs) but...

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By Matt Ford Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin vetoed a unprecedented bill Friday that would have made it a felony for physicians to perform abortions in...

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By Yezmin Villarreal Sadiq Khan, the mayor of London, flew the rainbow flag from City Hall on Tuesday to commemorate the International Day Against Homophobia...

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By Reuters A group of 51 Muslim states has blocked 11 gay and transgender organizations from attending a high-level meeting at the United Nations next...

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By Tony Leys The number of Iowa parents seeking religious exemptions to vaccination requirements continues to climb, despite efforts to dispel worries the shots cause...

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By Jennifer Miller 1. "He Grants Sleep to Those He Loves." Life wasn’t easy for Hayley Baker before the rages began, but it was tolerable. She...

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By Jesse Duarte Pacific Union College, a small Seventh-day Adventist school, is in the midst of a debate about academic freedom after a controversial psychology...

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By Sarah Kaplan Thousands of years ago, some of the first Americans knelt beside a pond in what is now Florida. Clutching sharp stone knives, they hacked at...