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LGBT Discrimination: What Philosophy Can Teach Us
Refusing services to LGBT people is an act of domination, argues Mark R Reiff, a political and legal philosopher.
Thailand: New King Celebrates Huge Birthday as Junta Chief Urges Loyalty From Thais
King Vajiralongkorn is holding huge celebrations, turning his birthday into a public holiday and releasing 1,066 symbolic sea turtles.
Pope Francis' Australian Advisor Appears In Court To Face Historical Sex Charges
Cardinal George Pell is on a leave of absence from the Vatican, where he serves as Treasurer for the pontiff.
'Big problems' For Iran, Says Trump If Tehran Isn't Conforming On Nuclear Deal
Trump administration officials are preparing new economic sanctions against Tehran.
Rick Perry Gets Pranked By Russian Comedians
Other past high-profile victims of the pranksters include musician Sir Elton John.
McCain Is Back In Washington For The Obamacare Vote
The Arizona senator has been battling brain cancer and wasn't expected to attend this week's vote.
How Russia Took Crimea Without a Fight From Ukraine
"There was nothing spontaneous. Everything was organized and each fiddler played his role." Military sources reveal how defections helped Russia take Crimea.
At Least 24 Killed In Kabul Car Bomb Attack
Of the more than 1,600 civilians claimed in violent attacks in Afghanistan this year, 20 percent of those killed were in Kabul.
Iran Deal: As Islamic Republic Launches New Missile Line Does Trump Want Out?
Tensions between the U.S. and Iran are escalating.
Powerful Earthquake in Greece and Turkey Vacation Spots Kills Two, Injures Over 100
The quake had a magnitude of at least 6.3 and hit several popular tourist spots.
"Give It Hell John," Obama Tweets At McCain After Cancer News
The veteran senator has been diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer.
Trump To GOP Senators: Don't Leave Town Until Healthcare Is Resolved
A new report says 32 million Americans will lose health insurance if senators opt to repeal the law without a replacement.
A Thai Army General Is Among 21 Defendants Found Guilty Of Human Trafficking And Other Crimes
Some of those found guilty were also convicted of rape, organized transnational crime and forcible detention leading to death.
Australian PM: How Can U.S. Police Shoot Dead A Woman In Her PJs Who Was Seeking Help?
The Australian woman died from a single gunshot fired from the patrol car.
A Massive Dengue Crisis Has Infected 10,000 In Kerala, A Top Tourist Spot In India
Authorities have canceled medical leave for hospital staff and bought new hospital beds to try to deal with the crisis.
First Woman to Breastfeed Baby in Australian Parliament Resigns…for Being Canadian
A second politician from the Australian Greens Party has had to resign because of the rules banning dual citizens from seeking public office.
Congress' Second Attempt to Pass Healthcare Bill Fails
Two of Mitch McConnell's conservatives in the Senate said they wouldn't support his latest version of the legislation to repeal and replace Obamacare.
South Korea's New President Is Proposing Military Talks With Pyongyang
It's President Moon's first formal overture to North Korea since taking office, and Beijing approves.
South Korea Proposes Cooperation With North Korea to Prevent Hostile Acts
The first formal proposal of talks by Moon Jae-in's government follows Pyongyang's claim to have test-launched an intercontinental ballistic missile.
Report: UAE Was Behind The Qatar Hack And Gulf Crisis
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has been engaged in shuttle diplomacy to try to bring an end to the regional crisis.
Anti-Violence Activist, 9-Year-Old Among the Multiple People Gunned Down in Chicago This Weekend
More than 40 people were shot in Chicago from Friday to Sunday morning.
Roger Federer Wins a Record Breaking Eighth Wimbledon Title
The Swiss maestro, appearing in his 11th Wimbledon final, was challenged early on but once he broke a nervous Cilic in the fifth game of the opening set the match became a no-contest.
Australian Foreign Minister Slams Trump Over Comments on French First Lady Brigitte Macron's Appearance
Julie Bishop said she would be "taken aback" if the comment were directed at her.
MH17 Plane Crash Suspects Could Face Trial in Absentia
The perpetrators who brought down Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 in July 2014 killed all 298 aboard.
London Acid Attacks: Teenager Charged With 15 Offenses
The 16-year-old boy was arrested after a 90-minute spree of five attacks where corrosive fluids were thrown into people's faces in London.