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  • Starter Or Sub? Wambach Says She Just Wants To Win

    VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Abby Wambach will do whatever it takes to win the Women's World Cup, even if that means she's coming off the bench. Wambach came in as a second-half sub in the United States' scoreless draw against Sweden on Friday...
  • Police dogs, Sanders and abortion delay: Letters

    Police dogs, Sanders and abortion delay: Letters
    Defending police dogs The incident described in the article "Orlando police dog mangled arm of 12-year-old burglary suspect" in Saturday's Sentinel demonstrates a lack of parental control and guidance. What is a 12-year-old boy doing out at 10:30 at...
  • UK marks 800 years of Magna Carta amid new human rights feud

    Queen Elizabeth II led commemorations Monday to mark the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta — but the human rights the document helped enshrine are at the center of a modern political feud. British Prime Minister David Cameron and U.S. Attorney...
  • Clinton kicks off 2016 bid, embracing chance to make history

    Hillary Rodham Clinton formally kicked off her presidential campaign on Saturday with an enthusiastic embrace of her potential to become the first woman to win the White House, asking supporters gathered at an outdoor rally to join her in building an...
  • Cuban artist puts on hair competition to bolster black pride

    A young Afro-Cuban performance artist transformed a Havana cultural center into the stage of a black hairstyle competition this weekend in a rare public commentary on racial beauty standards in Cuba, where prejudice remains widespread and largely...
  • Robert Sherwood Morse dies at 91; dissident Episcopal clergyman

    Robert Sherwood Morse dies at 91; dissident Episcopal clergyman
    Robert Sherwood Morse, a dissident clergyman who objected to changes in traditional Episcopalian practice and urged fellow religious conservatives to leave a mainstream he likened to the Biblical "fleshpots of Egypt," has died. He was 91. Morse, who...
  • Oregon women soon can get a year's supply of birth control

    It's like a ritual for women across the nation: frequent treks to the pharmacist to refill birth control prescriptions. It's a hassle for busy students, a headache for rural women with long drives and a cause for panic for travelers on the road when...
  • Clinton kicks off 2016 bid, embracing chance to make history

     Clinton kicks off 2016 bid, embracing chance to make history
    Hillary Rodham Clinton formally kicked off her presidential campaign on Saturday with an enthusiastic embrace of her potential to become the first woman to win the White House, asking supporters gathered at an outdoor rally to join her in building an...
  • Abortion clinics ask Texas restrictions be put on hold pending appeal

    Abortion clinics ask Texas restrictions be put on hold pending appeal
    A coalition of abortion providers asked a federal appeals court Wednesday not to enforce its recent ruling, which would close most Texas clinics as of July 1. The providers are requesting the stay so they can appeal the decision to the U.S. Supreme...
  • France's lower house OKs bill to punish prostitutes' clients

    A bill which aims to make it illegal to buy sex has been approved by France's lower house of Parliament for the second time on Friday, in a sharp battle that divides the two houses. Supporters argue that the bill backed by the lower house and the...
  • S. Africa: Actress Angelina Jolie joins African Union summit

    Appearing at an African Union summit in South Africa on Friday, actress Angelina Jolie, who is also a United Nations special envoy on refugee issues, spoke about rape as a weapon of warfare and asked African representatives to support women's rights....