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Two gay couples who are plaintiffs in a potentially landmark case challenging Oklahoma's ban on same-sex marriage are being honored by the American Civil Liberties Union.
PETA says the airport's advertising vendor chose not to accept $17,500 for the ad featuring actress and San Diego native Kathy Najimy.
Russian authorities refuse to look for the suspects who allegedly blinded a gay man in one of his eyes, according to Gay Star News.
Gay Star News reports Fox Odoi, a member of parliament for West Budama North and former opposition leader Ogenga Latigo are among those who filed a March 11 challenge to the legislation formerly known as the "Kill All the Gays" bill, before the death penalty was removed from the legislation.
Islamist militants and their local supporters have killed at least 22 people in a village in northern Syria near the Turkish border, opposition activists said on Wednesday, Reuters reported.
Today is a landmark anniversary for Tim Berners-Lee. In March 1989 he wrote a proposal to his employers at CERN for a somewhat abstract "global hypertext" system he called Mesh.
Morecambe's MP David Morris has spoken out after figures released by Friends of the Earth say that 2972 homes in Morecambe and Lunesdale are at risk of flooding.
Members of the Kurdish People's Protection Units gather around a fire, where their kettle is heating, in the Kurdish town of Ifrin, in Aleppo's countryside October 13, 2013.
Credible accounts by eyewitnesses at the University of Khartoum protest point to police and Sudanese intelligence officers using tear gas and live ammunition to disperse the protesters.
The U.N. anti-drugs chief has praised Iran's fight against narcotics trafficking despite what human rights groups describe as a surge in executions in the country, many of people convicted of drug-related offences.
A civil rights organization wants the Ohio Supreme Court to prohibit juvenile courts from shackling youths without first holding a hearing to determine if restraints are necessary.
Dozens of environmentalists blocked entrances to a federal office building Monday in Philadelphia to protest the Keystone XL oil pipeline and police arrested 24 people, organizers said.
Democrats took to the Senate floor Monday night to talk about global warming and planned not to let up until morning.
Amnesty International accused President Bashar al-Assad 's forces on Monday of perpetrating war crimes as part of a siege in southern Damascus which has killed nearly 200 people, mostly by starvation.
In this Monday, Feb. 10, 2014 photo released by Amnesty International, Deputy Mayor Saleh Dido walks with an armful of papers of Quranic texts in Mbaiki, Central African Republic.