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  • 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....
  • Afghan woman beaten by mob becomes symbol for rights, change

    Afghan woman beaten by mob becomes symbol for rights, change
    Poets, musicians, actors and activists packed an empty shop in a Kabul mall to commemorate the short life and violent death of a woman who has become a symbol for justice and women's rights in a country that historically elevates warlords and...
  • Emanuel, Garcia campaign across Chicago in final weekend before election

    Emanuel, Garcia campaign across Chicago in final weekend before election
    During the final weekend of campaigning, Mayor Rahm Emanuel went on the attack Saturday against Jesus “Chuy” Garcia for comments the challenger has made about waiting until after the election to determine how to raise more money for the cash-...
  • Cross-dresser Sissy Goodwin decides to leave the Cowboy State

    Cross-dresser Sissy Goodwin decides to leave the Cowboy State
    After nearly seven decades in Wyoming, for much of that time facing heartbreak, discrimination and even physical violence, the cross-dresser has finally decided to leave the Cowboy State. Sissy Goodwin, who was profiled in the Los Angeles Times in...
  • Commentary: Supporters of gay rights should avoid the GOP

    In 1854 residents of Ripon, Ill., helped form the Republican Party. They were abolitionists who stood squarely for civil rights in an era when many people lived in slavery. The Grand Old Party championed the rights of slaves and women. The Great...
  • 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...
  • Letters: To Mikulski's defense; Profiteers; Breakfast omission; Rec center; Tax relief?

    Letters: To Mikulski's defense; Profiteers; Breakfast omission; Rec center; Tax relief?
    To Mikulski's defense Oscar Wilde once wrote, "By giving us the opinions of the uneducated, journalism keeps us in touch with the ignorance of the community." No better words can describe the abrasive letter by Paul Rossi demeaning the work of Sen....
  • Taylor Batten: A novel approach on gay marriage

    With the U.S. Supreme Court set to hear arguments in a landmark gay-marriage case this month, South Carolina has inserted itself in a most bizarre way. The court will hear two and a half hours of arguments on April 28 in cases involving gay marriage bans...
  • 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...
  • China frees 5 women's rights activists after month detention

    Chinese authorities have released five women's rights campaigners whose detentions for more than a month sparked an international outcry and underscored the government's tight restrictions on independent social activism. The women were freed Monday under...
  • 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...