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'The GOP Will Pass Healthcare Friday' and Other Fortune Telling Failures by Pat Robertson
Internet Drags Kelleyanne Conway with This Pic of Patrick Stewart in Drag
NOM's Hate Bus Scheduled to Roll Into Boston After No-Show in New Haven
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Beloved Drag Artist Sweetie Loses Battle with Cancer at 50

Beloved Drag Artist Sweetie Loses Battle with Cancer at 50

Mar 28
New York City's nightlife community is mourning the loss of beloved drag legend Sweetie. The multi-GLAM Award-winner passed away Tuesday after prolonged battle with cancer. She was 50.

Darlene Cates, the Mother in 'Gilbert Grape,' Dies at 69

Darlene Cates, the Mother in 'Gilbert Grape,' Dies at 69

Mar 28
Darlene Cates, who played the housebound mother in the 1993 film "What's Eating Gilbert Grape," has died.

Republicans Face Fallout Over Failed Health Care Bill

Republicans Face Fallout Over Failed Health Care Bill

Mar 28
The White House is facing backlash over its failed attempt to repeal and replace Obamacare. CBSN political contributor Alex Conant joins Elaine Quijano to discuss what's next for the Trump administration

Chabad Lubavitch Hosts Seders Around the World

Chabad Lubavitch Hosts Seders Around the World

Mar 28
If spring break or other travel takes you away from home during Passover, the Jewish outreach organization Chabad-Lubavitch hosts communal Seders in cities, on college campuses and in vacation destinations around the world.

White House Plan to Help Pay for Border Wall a Long Shot

White House Plan to Help Pay for Border Wall a Long Shot

By Andrew Taylor | Mar 28
The White House is calling for immediate budget cuts of $18 billion from programs like medical research, infrastructure and community development grants to help pay for the border wall that President Trump repeatedly promised would be financed by Mexico

Housing Discrimination Tests Discover Anti-Trans Bias in Boston

Housing Discrimination Tests Discover Anti-Trans Bias in Boston

Mar 28
Transgender and gender non-conforming individuals responding to apartment ads in Greater Boston were more likely to be quoted a higher rental price, were shown fewer apartment amenities such as storage or laundry

U.S. Health Insurance Coverage Rates Reached Record Level in 2015

U.S. Health Insurance Coverage Rates Reached Record Level in 2015

By Eric Brus | Mar 28
The percentage of people under age 65 with health insurance increased to nearly 89 percent in 2015 -- the highest level in more than 40 years of record-keeping, according to a new fact sheet from the CDC.

White House Eyeing $18 Billion List of Social Program Cuts

White House Eyeing $18 Billion List of Social Program Cuts

By Andrew Taylor | Mar 28
The White House is following up its longshot roster of budget cuts with a wish list of $18 billion worth of immediate reductions, including cuts to medical research, infrastructure, and community development grants.

NOM Turns Anti-Trans 'Free Speech Bus' Vandalism Into Money Grab

NOM Turns Anti-Trans 'Free Speech Bus' Vandalism Into Money Grab

Mar 28
After being vandalized in NYC last week, NOM's hate bus is ready to roll again. But not before the anti-LGBT group does a little old-fashioned money beg.

A Polarized America

A Polarized America

Mar 28
Increasingly, we Americans occupy alternate universes, with very little common ground -- only battling perceptions of reality.

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