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Pope Francis has vowed the Catholic church will “never again” cover up clerical sexual abuse and demanded that priests who raped and abused children turn themselves in, according to The … more
All women face certain health risks. However, sexual minority women, such as those who identify as lesbian or bisexual as well as women who have sex with women, have some specific health … more
Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic's office announced Feb. 20 that her partner has given birth to a baby boy, reports the StarTribune. The delivery went well and both the mother, Milica Djurdjic, … more
Reuters reports the chief curator of London Zoo probably has more experience of penguins than most. When it comes to love, he thinks we humans could learn a thing or two from them, reports Hugo … more
Tomomi Inada isn’t trying to get Japan to legalize same-sex marriage, or ban discrimination against gay citizens. The conservative lawmaker just wants to “promote understanding” of … more
“I’m 52 and I’m single and on some level I feel like I’ve failed because by the time you’re my age, you really should be settled.” So said British TV host … more
Here's why we shouldn't be cheering the Trump administration. The Trump administration is set to launch a global campaign to decriminalize homosexuality in dozens of nations where anti-gay laws … more
Australian former High Court judge Michael Kirby married his partner of 50 years, Johan van Vloten, on Feb. 10, reports Rik Glauert for GayStarNews. The pair tied the knot 50 years to … more
More than 820,000 people in China are affected with the HIV/Aids virus, health officials say. About 40,000 new cases were reported in the second quarter of 2018 alone. The vast majority of new … more
The Hong Kong government recently conceded that seven local laws targeting sexual activities involving gay men were inconsistent with the city’s mini-constitution which provides that all … more
With rodeo fans from 16 states and Quebec, several hundred people gathered June 22-24 in the Capitol Region for the 2nd Annual Keystone State Charity Rodeo. Adam Romanik, president and founder of the … more
Two weeks before Hurricane Harvey struck, monsoon rains swamped Bangladesh, India and Nepal. Aid groups are struggling to deal with both disasters. more
Some Navajo are trying to bring back their traditional food culture, including drinking Navajo "tea." It's brewed with a plant called greenthread that thrives in the mid-summer heat of the Southwest. more
As the nation's opioid abuse problem soars, so do health problems associated with drug use like hepatitis C, which is placing a major burden on Alaska's Medicaid program. more
The blood thinner warfarin, which prevents blood clots, owes its existence to some cows who got very sick after eating the wrong hay. That and a chemist who spent years trying to figure out why. more
The U.S.-based environmental activist group says it will not send ships because Japan has improved technology to avoid the vessels and has toughened its anti-terrorism laws. more
Some people in Japan woke with unease to a text saying "seek shelter," while in South Korea the response was defiant. And in the U.S., President Trump said Pyongyang's message landed "loud and clear." more
"We did all that we could, but it would never have been enough," Kristin Massey wrote on Tuesday. She added, "I encourage everyone to continue to give manpower wherever they can." more
On Tuesday morning, a rain gauge southeast of Houston reported 49.32 inches — breaking a national record that was set by cyclone Amelia in 1978, the National Weather Service says. more
Houston remains in rescue mode as Tropical Storm Harvey continues to dump water on the flooded region. About 5,500 people have been brought to emergency shelters in the city, the mayor said Monday. more
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