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Republicans Seek to Combine North Carolina LGBT Lawsuits

North Carolina's Republican leaders are seeking to combine separate lawsuits over a state law limiting protections for the LGBT community.

Chambers Urge Oklahoma Lawmakers to Kill Transgender Bill

Chambers of commerce in Oklahoma's two largest cities are urging state lawmakers to kill a bill that could require school districts to provide separate restrooms for students who object to sharing restrooms with transgender students.

Texas Immigration Facility to House Transgender Detainees

NATIONAL | By Nomaan Merchant | May 23
Federal immigration officials will soon open a new detention facility southwest of Dallas that includes a special unit for transgender detainees.

Yale Commencement to Include First ROTC Graduates Since 70s

Yale University has awarded more than 3,600 degrees during ceremonies at its 315th commencement.

Rio Olympics to Top London In Supply of Condoms

INTERNATIONAL | By Stephen Wade | May 23
About 450,000 condoms will be distributed during the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, three times more than for the London Games four years ago, the International Olympic Committee says.

'Pawn Stars' Star Chumlee Taking Plea Deal to Avoid Jail

CRIME | By Ken Ritter | May 23
One of the stars of the reality TV show "Pawn Stars" told a judge on Monday he's taking a plea deal that would spare him jail time in a case stemming from the discovery of guns, marijuana and other drugs at his Las Vegas home.

Utah Police Suspect Ex-Husband in Arson That Killed LGBT Activist, Restaurateur

CRIME | May 23
Salt Lake City police believe the ex-husband of an LGBT rights activist and restauranteur, who died in a house fire Sunday, is responsible for setting the blaze.

Are We Capable of Preserving Freedom and Democracy?

The rhetoric of this 2016 Presidential election campaign is more terrifyingly divisive, fear and anger-driven than any I can recall or have studied.

Study Shows Link Between AIDS and Tobacco

AIDS | By EDGE | May 23
A new paper comprehensively explores and analyzes the historical involvement of tobacco companies during the early days of the response to the AIDS epidemic.

UCLA Study Shows Funding For PEPFAR Drops 33%  

AIDS | By EDGE | May 23
PEPFAR, whose mission is to help save the lives of people around the world living with HIV and AIDS has seen a steep drop in funding for an important part of its budget.

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