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Proposition 8 (California, 2010)

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  • 150 artists and a Ferguson, Mo., police car at political pop-up 'Manifest Justice'

    150 artists and a Ferguson, Mo., police car at political pop-up 'Manifest Justice'
    It couldn't be a more poignant moment in which to have an exhibition on the topic of social justice. Baltimore is reeling from riots in the wake of Freddie Gray's death, the young man whose spine was severed while in the custody of police officers. And around the United States on Wednesday, people took to the streets to protest police violence. This comes after a long season of protests following the deaths of other black males at the hands of police: Walter Scott in South Carolina, Tamir Rice in Ohio, Eric Garner in New York and Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo.
  • A look at the major gay rights cases decided by the Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has struggled with the issue of gay marriage and gay rights for nearly half a century. Here are some of the key decisions: Baker vs. Nelson, 1972: The first Supreme Court gay marriage ruling was just a sentence long, saying that the...

    Sarkar named AP's deputy editor for east region

    Pia Sarkar, a veteran reporter, editor and newsroom leader, has been named deputy editor for the east for The Associated Press, charged with helping to oversee news coverage in 10 states. The appointment was announced Monday by Karen Testa, editor for...

    Ex-state GOP chief Tom Del Beccaro launches Senate bid

    Ex-state GOP chief Tom Del Beccaro launches Senate bid
    Former state Republican chairman Tom Del Beccaro announced his candidacy for U.S. Senate on Sunday, ensuring a divided GOP field in next year’s contest to succeed Democrat Barbara Boxer. Del Beccaro, 53, is a Contra Costa County lawyer who...

    David Cooley's Abbey is also his castle

    David Cooley's Abbey is also his castle
    Ohio native David Cooley opened the Abbey in 1991 as a gay coffee and pastry shop. The West Hollywood landmark has evolved into an iconic gay bar that Cooley has no qualms about using as a platform to support his beliefs. His security guards for a while...