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  • Widowed with 3 kids, Ohio man joins gay marriage case

    David Michener had planned on raising a family with two dads. He and William Ives, a couple for 18 years, had adopted three children and were bringing them up in Cincinnati when they got married in Delaware in 2013. Barely a month later, Michener was...
  • Steinem, Cannon among readers at poetry benefit

    Gloria Steinem, Nick Cannon and Holly Hunter were among the readers. Allen Ginsberg, Langston Hughes and Maya Angelou were among the poets they read. The 13th annual "Poetry & and the Creative Mind" benefit was held Wednesday night at Alice Tully Hall in...
  • The care and feeding of the Ready for Hillary list

    WASHINGTON Ten days before Kendall Bentsen's job would disappear, she was in the midst of the final push to provide Hillary Clinton's campaign with what may become one of the most valuable assets of its opening stages. "Free posters! They are free!...
  • Clinton Foundation to continue accepting some foreign money

    The board of the Clinton Foundation said Wednesday night that it will continue accepting donations from foreign governments, but only from six nations, a move that appears aimed at insulating Hillary Rodham Clinton from controversies over the charity's...
  • With increasingly diverse electorate, GOP must offer more

    In the weeks and days leading up to the 2012 election, conservative strategists and pundits were confident their candidates, policies and outreach efforts were enough to build a sweeping victory for Republicans nationwide. That's why, after having their...
  • Rubio, Clinton and cheating teachers: Rant

    Rubio, Clinton and cheating teachers: Rant
    Republicans would have more credibility if they stopped denying climate change, supporting Christian law for our nation and siding with the wealthiest among us on every economic issue. Christophobes are demanding Christians be consigned to the closet....
  • Vassar ruling highlights sex-assault reporting questions

    After a night of heavy drinking and sex in 2012, two Vassar College students traded Facebook messages suggesting the encounter was consensual. "I'm really sorry I led you on," the woman wrote, adding, "I had a wonderful time last night." A year later,...
  • Elisabeth Moss, Carey Mulligan share a sensibility on separate stages

    Elisabeth Moss, Carey Mulligan share a sensibility on separate stages
    There's a moment in the new Broadway revival of Wendy Wasserstein's "The Heidi Chronicles" when Heidi, the art historian holding fast to her liberated ideals while wrestling with loneliness, takes a cheap shot at the latest young catch of her old flame,...
  • Fiction review: 'A Reunion of Ghosts' by Judith Claire Mitchell

    "A Reunion of Ghosts" by Judith Claire Mitchell; Harper (400 pages, $26.99) What's so funny about three sisters bent on committing suicide? Plenty, in the imagination of Judith Claire Mitchell. Mitchell, a graduate of the Iowa Writers Workshop, is...
  • China releases women's activists after month's detention

    Chinese authorities have released five women's rights campaigners whose detentions sparked an international outcry and underscored the government's tight restrictions on independent social activism, lawyers said. Lawyer Liang Xiaojun said the five were...
  • EEOC holding public meeting in South Florida

    EEOC holding public meeting in South Florida
    As part of its 50th anniversary, the The Equal Employment Opportunity's Commission will hold its regular commission meeting at 9 a.m. Wednesday at Miami-Dade College, 500 NE 2nd Ave. Room 7128. The meeting is open to public observation. District...