While the Catholic Church has generally been viewed as having unified opposition to LGBT rights, recent harsh laws have sparked debate among bishops from different countries.
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Under current law, “you can make anything look good from a civil rights perspective.”
Chicago-based United is switching to a more environmentally friendly, recyclable alternative.
Lawsuit claims that their child was a “target of proselytization and harassment by faculty and administration” due to his non-Christian faith.
Without net neutrality, we are in danger of prioritizing Mickey Mouse and Jennifer Lawrence over William Shakespeare and Teddy Roosevelt.
Retail giant commits to higher pay and labor standards for farmworkers in tomato fields.
The Atlantic’s Derek Thompson shares his thoughts in the latest installment of Economics in Plain English.
Hundreds of thousands of Syrians still do not have access to international aid, and winter is rapidly approaching.
Hawaii State Rep. Tom Brower (D) is “disgusted” with homeless people, and goes around Honolulu trying to make their lives miserable.
The Transgender Day of Remembrance honors the lives of transgender people killed in hate crimes around the world.