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Catholic Priest Admits 14-Year Gay Marriage, Says Forced Celibacy Leads to ...


Catholic Priest Admits 14-Year Gay Marriage, Says Forced Celibacy Leads to ...

Father Bernard Lynch, a gay Catholic priest and activist known for defying Vatican teachings, has once again challenged the Catholic Church by revealing that he has been married to a man for the past 14 years. He also blames teachings on celibacy for ...

Prominent Lesbians Form LPAC To Support Lesbian Causes

Prominent Lesbians Form LPAC To Support Lesbian Causes: King stated that “Members of the LGBT community are inspirational leaders and role models in every aspect of American life — from education to entertainment, from sports to science. The formation of LPAC provides lesbians and the entire LGBT community ...

Mick Jagger and David Bowie Gay Affair Denied by Liv Tyler's Mom

Mick Jagger and David Bowie Gay Affair Denied by Liv Tyler's Mom:
Rumors ignited by a new book that rock stars Mick Jagger and David Bowie had a gay affair have been denied by Bebe Buell, who is the mother of Liv Tyler and once dated Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler.


Christian Post

Codelco, Anglo American to Extend Sur Mine Talks

Codelco, Anglo American to Extend Sur Mine Talks: SANTIAGO, Chile—Mining group Anglo American PLC and Chilean state copper-mining company Codelco will extend negotiations over a contested stake in Anglo's Sur complex through mid-August, Codelco said Thursday. The two companies are at ...



About 100 people in Haiti protest planned demolition of dangerous housing


About 100 people in Haiti protest planned demolition of dangerous housing

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti - About 100 people have marched in Haiti's capital to protest a government plan.

Court upholds Johnson County death penalty case

Court upholds Johnson County death penalty case: The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago affirmed the death sentence of 45-year-old Michael Dean Overstreet on Wednesday by a 2-1 vote, 24-Hour News 8's news partner the Daily Journal reports. ... should have protested the presence of ...



The 5 Best Books To Save the World From Poverty

The 5 Best Books To Save the World From Poverty: Widely considered one of the most influential economists of the past 20 years and current director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University, Sachs has advised dozens of governments in Africa, Latin America and Eastern Europe in helping overcome ...

Chilean hate-crime legislation signed into law

Chilean hate-crime legislation signed into law:
The Roman Catholic Church, which retains a strong influence over Chilean society, also expressed some concerns about the law, but gay and human rights activists hailed the measure as a step toward equality. ... More articles in Latin America/Caribbean ...


Boston.com

Cuba's health care isn't what it may have been at one time

Cuba's health care isn't what it may have been at one time: A local health care provider who regularly visits family in Cuba was not surprised at news that a cholera outbreak had been reported there.

Native Americans arrived in at least three waves, finds DNA study

Native Americans arrived in at least three waves, finds DNA study:
A genetic study of Native Americans from Greenland to Peru has found that the Western Hemisphere was populated by at least three distinct migrations from Asia.


Christian Science Monitor

NABI showcases Native American hoop teams

NABI showcases Native American hoop teams: Richard Obert:It's been 10 years already and the Native American Basketball Invitational still is going strong in the Valley. This week, 112 teams from all over the country will be competiting in boys and girls tournaments at eight gymnasiums ...



Ancient people discovered in Oregon may shake up understanding of 1st ...

Ancient people discovered in Oregon may shake up understanding of 1st ...:
An ancient culture called Clovis lived in America roughly 12-13000 years ago, as archaeologists have located their distinctly made tools throughout North and South America. Clovis are likely partial ancestors of Native Americans. However, researchers ...


OregonLive.com

Police Seek Elderly Couple Missing From Alhambra

Police Seek Elderly Couple Missing From Alhambra:
Amado, 91, and 95-year-old Micaela Avila were last seen at their Alhambra home Wednesday, police said.


CBS Local

Humanitarians to deliver supplies to Cuba - Indiana Daily Student

Humanitarians to deliver supplies to Cuba - Indiana Daily Student: In opposition to the U.S. trade embargo against Cuba, for 23 years Caravanistas have delivered humanitarian aid from the U.S. to the people of Cuba, despite the commercial, economic and financial block on Cuba imposed in 1960.

Desperate Central Americans fleeing violence, poverty flood north through ...

Desperate Central Americans fleeing violence, poverty flood north through ...: Central American migration remains small compared to the numbers of Mexicans still headed north, but their steeply rising numbers speak starkly to the violence and poverty at home. The perils of the journey have pushed smuggling fees as high as $7000 ...



A 26-Year-Old Lakota Activist Campaigns to Make Plan B Available, Affordable ...


A 26-Year-Old Lakota Activist Campaigns to Make Plan B Available, Affordable ...

Just months after the Native American Women's Health Education Resource Center (NAWHERC) published a startling February 2012 report, “Indigenous Women's Dialogue: Roundtable Report on the Accessibility of Plan B as an Over the Counter (OTC) ...

First Americans Arrived Via Land Bridge in 3 Waves

First Americans Arrived Via Land Bridge in 3 Waves: (Newser) – The Americas weren't initially populated in one sweeping migration across the land bridge from Siberia, but in three distinct waves, according to a new DNA study. By comparing genetic markers on 52 modern day Native American populations and ...

American Family Association Calls For Boycott Of Google

American Family Association Calls For Boycott Of Google: American Family Association Calls For Boycott Of Google ... Thus, it is not surprising that the American Family Association is calling for a boycott of Google products. The AFA, which is the parent ... For A Gay Friendly Get Away. The Castle on Silver ...

Catholic Priest Admits 14-Year Gay Marriage, Says Forced Celibacy Leads to ...


Catholic Priest Admits 14-Year Gay Marriage, Says Forced Celibacy Leads to ...

Father Bernard Lynch, a gay Catholic priest and activist known for defying Vatican teachings, has once again challenged the Catholic Church by revealing that he has been married to a man for the past 14 years. He also blames teachings on celibacy for ...

Report challenges Mexico's choices in drug war


Report challenges Mexico's choices in drug war

WASHINGTON (AP) — A congressional report says Mexico's reliance on the military to combat widespread drug violence has been largely ineffective and has led to increases in human rights violations. The Senate ...

Venezuela leader seeks nearly $7 billion hike in 2012 borrowing cap

Venezuela leader seeks nearly $7 billion hike in 2012 borrowing cap: CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez will seek Congress' approval to hike the 2012 government borrowing cap by about a third to $27 billion to help fund a new pension program ahead of his.

Romney, echoing Sen. Rubio, sees Venezuelan threat to US security


Romney, echoing Sen. Rubio, sees Venezuelan threat to US security

WASHINGTON — Is Venezuela's cancer-ridden strongman Hugo Chavez a serious threat to the national security of the United States? Mitt Romney thinks so. And the Republican presidential candidate sharply attacked President Barack Obama on ...

Inter-American Commission on Human Rights Concerned About Peru Mine ...


Inter-American Commission on Human Rights Concerned About Peru Mine ...

PERU, LIMA — The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, an autonomous body of the Organization of American States, has expressed concern over the violent clashes that erupted last week between ...

Banker's Suicide Scam?


Banker's Suicide Scam?

The FBI has agents on the ground in Guatemala and Venezuela, where it is believed Price may have purchased property, Leff said. When pursuing white-collar fugitives, he added, the FBI has to deal with them as people who may have an extra ounce of wit ...

33 Members of Congress Send Letter on Human Rights Abuses in ...

33 Members of Congress Send Letter on Human Rights Abuses in ...: Latin America Working Group ... colleague” letter to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton expressing concerns regarding human rights and the rule of law in Mexico.