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Women Have Many Motivations for DC Inauguration Protest

By Nancy Benac | Jan 16
Gay rights, gun control, immigrant rights, equal pay, reproductive freedom, racial justice, worker rights, climate change, support for vaccinations: They all make the list of progressive causes that are attracting people to the Women's March on Washington

Outgoing CIA Chief Rips Into Trump on Russia Threat

Jan 15
The outgoing CIA director charged on Sunday that Donald Trump lacks a full understanding of the threat Moscow poses to the United States,

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Operation Warm Wishes Presents Shopping Spree for Families in Need

By EDGE | Jan 15
On Monday, January 16, California kids and families can receive a free shopping spree, courtesy of Operation Warm Wishes.

Kremlin Counts the Days Until Trump's Inauguration, Blast Obama

Jan 15
Exulted by Donald Trump's victory in the U.S., the Kremlin is counting the days to his inauguration and venting its anger at Barack Obama's outgoing administration, no holds barred.

Surf's Up and Out

Jan 15
Carlsbad resident Bill Curci first started riding waves when he was five and "got into surfing" at 13.

Judge Orders Seattle Man To Work With AIDS Patients

By John McDonald | Jan 15
A federal judge ordered a Seattle man to work with AIDS patients and the poor for his role in threatening a former congressman.

Poverty A Harsh Reality For LGBT Seniors

By John McDonald | Jan 15
"The desperate cries for financial assistance and low-income LGBT housing generally fall on deaf ears and I fear this means that today's LGBT seniors will die off before ground is broken for their new home."

Anti-Hate 'Be The Change' Video Premieres on MLK Day

By EDGE | Jan 15
On January 16, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, acclaimed singer-songwriter parents of two children living in Los Angeles, CA have will unveil their inspiring music video called "Be The Change," to give hope and motivation to millions of Americans.

Jennifer Holliday's Out - She's Telling Us She's Not Going

By David Bauder | Jan 15
Broadway star Jennifer Holliday has backed out as a performer at next week's presidential inaugural following protests from her gay and black fans, further dimming the event's already low celebrity wattage.

Arizona City Adopts Anti-Discrimination Pledge for LGBT Acceptance

Jan 15
The city of Mesa has adopted a unity pledge as part of a statewide effort to promote equal treatment for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender residents in terms of housing and accommodations.

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