If Trump’s Tweets Lead To An Actual Ban, Civil Rights Groups Will File Suit

President Donald Trump pledged Wednesday morning to ban transgender individuals from the military, surprising the Pentagon and prompting anger, fear and outrage from people across the country.But, as with so many Trump tweets, it is far from clear whether there’s any substance underneath the blust
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World’s Santas Convene In Denmark For Annual Convention

COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - It’s summertime in Denmark but Santas from around the world are already planning for the festive season, with more than 150 gathering in Copenhagen to share some early Christmas cheer.The annual World Santa Claus Congress, now in its 60th year, has drawn attendees from a doz
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“I fought for America… Why not fight for me?”

All morning, people were looking to Kasia Celeste for a reaction.Most of her interactions were positive. The active-duty, openly transgender U.S. Navy sailor said she was surprised and delighted that, despite her commander in chief’s announcement on Twitter that trans people will no longer be allo
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Police Go To Wrong House, Kill Man Who ‘Wasn’t Wanted For Anything’

Police were at the wrong address when they fatally shot a northern Mississippi man while searching for a domestic violence suspect, authorities say.Ismael Lopez, 41, was inside his Southaven home with his wife and dog late Sunday night when officers who were looking for his neighbor fatally shot him
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A New Federal Court Judge Compared Abortion To Slavery. He’s Not Alone.

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. ― Last week, the Senate confirmed a judge with a track record of making inflammatory statements to the federal bench. John Bush, newly appointed to the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, has joked about gagging House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), questioned the existen
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Judge: Baby Charlie Gard will end life in hospice, not home

Critically ill baby Charlie Gard will be transferred to a hospice and taken off life support unless his parents and a hospital agree on a plan that could potentially keep the child alive for a bit longer, a British judge ruled Wednesday. High Court judge Nicholas Francis gave 11-month-old Charlie'
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Philippines’ Duterte Threatens To Bomb Indigenous Schools

Human rights groups are calling on Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte to retract his threat this week to bomb indigenous-run schools because he fears they are turning students against the government.“I will use the armed forces, the Philippine Air Force. I’ll really have those [schools] bombe
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Rick Ross’ Sexist Comments Reveal What Women In Hip-Hop Are Up Against

On Monday, Rick Ross thought it was perfectly acceptable to say on The Breakfast Club morning radio show that, if he ever signed a female artist to his label, he would probably “end up f**king” them.Ross went on to explain that signing a female rapper would be a bad business move. “I’m so fo
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From ‘couch potato’ dad to vegan ultra-endurance athlete

By the time he was 39, Rich Roll seems to have everything. He was a successful entertainment attorney who had worked his way up to partnership and was living in Southern California, where he and his wife had built a family together with four children. But shortly before his 40th birthday, Roll wa
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‘American Idol’ Wants Lionel Richie and Charlie Puth as Final Two Judges

"American Idol" is getting closer to assembling a full squad -- the show's zeroing in on finalists to join Katy Perry on the judges' panel.'Idol' sources tell TMZ ... Lionel Richie's still a favorite to fill one of the 2 remaining seats, and singer Charlie Puth has emerged as a front-runne
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