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Pope says Church should ask gay community for forgiveness for past treatment
Times of India
June 27, 2016

VATICAN CITY: Pope Francis said on Sunday that Christians and the Roman Catholic Church should seek forgiveness from homosexuals for the way they had treated them.

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The Latest: Hillary Clinton Marching in NYC Gay Pride Parade
ABC News
June 27, 2016

The Latest: Hillary Clinton Marching in NYC Gay Pride Parade: Hillary Clinton joined state and city elected officials in marching to celebrate gay pride in New York City.

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San Francisco, other cities celebrate gay pride in Orlando's shadow
CNBC
June 27, 2016

A streak of luminous rainbow colors greeted revelers at the 2016 San Francisco gay pride parade, with the celebration tempered by sober reminders of the massacre in an Orlando nightclub that left about 50 people dead and scores wounded.

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Highlights From New York's Gay Pride Parade
The New York Times
June 27, 2016

Photographs, vignettes and more live updates from the 46th annual march, a celebration of lesbian, gay, transgender and bisexual pride and the centerpiece of NYC Pride events around the city.

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The (American) Idiot’s Guide to Brexit
New York Mag
June 24, 2016

Now it’s the biggest news story of the day — and you have no idea how to sound like you’re a well-informed citizen of the world.

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Obama Wants to Stop Subsidizing Israel's Defense Industry
bloomberg.com
June 23, 2016

Israel is not only the greatest beneficiary of U.S. defense assistance, but also the only one allowed to spend a portion of that assistance on weapons and equipment from its own industry.

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Man Says He Was Orlando Shooter's Lover, Claims Gunman Hated Puerto Ricans
gawker
June 22, 2016

On Tuesday, a man claiming to be Omar Mateen’s former lover told Univision that he did not believe the Orlando shooter’s motive was terrorism, but revenge against gay Puerto Ricans for perceived slights against him.

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First female teen to win Ohio masonry competition bumped from national contest
The Columbus Dispatch
June 22, 2016

Shania Clifford, a 17-year-old from Scioto County, became the first female to win a gold medal in the SkillsUSA Ohio masonry competition in late April. But in mid-May, Clifford found out she would not be attending the next level of the competition,

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Why Don’t Jews and Asians Like Republicans?
NYMag
June 17, 2016

Republicans blame liberal professors.

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Pulse is not alone: A brief history of attacks on gay clubs
USA Today
June 13, 2016

In 1973, an arsonist killed 32 people at a gay bar in New Orleans.

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