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Ind. Pizzeria that Refused to Cater Gay Wedding Closes Down for Good

Ind. Pizzeria that Refused to Cater Gay Wedding Closes Down for Good

Apr 25
A pizzeria in Indiana that made headlines in 2015 for refusing to cater a gay wedding has now officially closed up shop.

Waffle House Suspect: Erratic Behavior Years Before Shooting

Waffle House Suspect: Erratic Behavior Years Before Shooting

By Sheila Burke, Kathleen Foody and Jay Reeves | Apr 25
Travis Reinking's erratic behavior began years before police say he showed up without pants at a Waffle House restaurant and killed four people with an assault-style rifle.

'Smallville' Actress Granted Bail in Alleged Sex Cult Case

'Smallville' Actress Granted Bail in Alleged Sex Cult Case

By Tom Hays | Apr 25
Allison Mack, the TV actress who starred in The CW network's "Smallville," was bailed out of jail and met with a chaotic scene outside a courthouse where she's charged with helping recruit women as sex slaves for the leader of a self-improvement group.

Melania Trump Takes Her Moment to Sparkle in the Spotlight

Melania Trump Takes Her Moment to Sparkle in the Spotlight

By Darlene Superville and Catherine Lucey | Apr 25
There were no celebrity guests, Hollywood entertainers or superstar chefs. But as she stepped out of the background to host her first state dinner, Melania Trump sought to sparkle in her moment in the spotlight.

Masseuse Accuses Marvel's Stan Lee of Fondling Himself

Masseuse Accuses Marvel's Stan Lee of Fondling Himself

Apr 24
A Chicago masseuse is suing Marvel Comic's Stan Lee, accusing him of inappropriate behavior during two massages in 2017.

Parkland Shooting Survivors Reveal They're Going to Prom Together

Parkland Shooting Survivors Reveal They're Going to Prom Together

Apr 24
Two Parkland shooting survivors and students from Stoneman Douglas High School announced they will be going to prom together.

Monument Memorializes 4,400 Lynching Victims

Monument Memorializes 4,400 Lynching Victims

Apr 24
The lynchings that killed thousands of people and terrorized generations of blacks in the U.S. are solemnly commemorated in a new memorial in Alabama's capital city. **Warning: Graphic Images**

MSNBC Correspondent Joy Reid Says Anti-Gay Blog Posts are 'Fabricated'

MSNBC Correspondent Joy Reid Says Anti-Gay Blog Posts are 'Fabricated'

Apr 24
MSNBC correspondent Joy Reid says old blog posts purported to be anti-gay and were recently obtained by Mediaite are "fabricated."

These 2 States Still Oppose Marriage Equality

These 2 States Still Oppose Marriage Equality

Apr 24
Even though marriage equality was legalized across the United States by a landmark Supreme Court ruling in 2015, there are still two states that remain opposed to same-sex couples legally tying the knot.

After Close Vote, Panel Sends Pompeo Nomination to Senate

After Close Vote, Panel Sends Pompeo Nomination to Senate

By Lisa Mascaro | Apr 24
Mike Pompeo, President Donald Trump's choice for secretary of state, avoided a rare rebuke Monday as the Senate Foreign Relations Committee narrowly recommended him.

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