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As hundreds of gay couples became newlyweds in New York over the weekend, their well-wishers included many far-flung gays aware that their own states may never willingly allow same-sex marriage. In all, 30 states have adopted constitutional amendments...
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Top U.N. officials are calling for an end to female genital mutilation, saying it violates fundamental human rights and endangers the health of 3 million girls who undergo the practice annually. Anthony Lake, chief of the U....
NEW YORK (AP) — Online coupon site Groupon Inc.'s first foray into Super Bowl advertising aimed for humor but is instead receiving widespread criticism across the Web and irked human rights groups. One ad shows Timothy Hutton making a case for the...
OSLO, Norway (AP) — A Norwegian lawmaker says he has nominated WikiLeaks for the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize. Snorre Valen of the Socialist Left Party says the secret-spilling website has promoted human rights, democracy and freedom of speech just like...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, WikiLeaks, Censorship, Elections, Norway
SOUTH BEND — Retiring alumni association director Charles F. "Chuck" Lennon and former head football coach Lou Holtz will be among 12 people who will be presented honorary degrees at the University of Notre Dame’s May 22 commencement in...
SOUTH BEND -- At its annual luncheon April 21, the South Bend Human Rights Commission plans to honor six local people, businesses or organizations for their contributions to human rights. It also will award scholarships of $2,000, $1,000 and $500 to three...
At its annual luncheon April 21, the South Bend Human Rights Commission plans to honor six local people, businesses or organizations for their contributions to human rights. It also will award scholarships of $2,000, $1,000 and $500 to three high school...
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Two lesbian teens at a Minnesota highs school have taken the state's largest school district to federal court because they want a judge to force the district to allow them to make a political statement by making a high-profile...
Tags: Suicide, Students, Crime, Law and Justice, Elections, Minnesota
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) — Saudi Arabia's state news agency says Tunisia's ousted president has arrived in the kingdom. The Saudi Press Agency cites a statement from the office of King Abdullah that says: "we have welcomed in the Saudi kingdom...
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — When a Serbian man in California gave his work computer to an office technician last July, it prompted a chain of events that have stripped him and his wife of their kids and sparked fury in his home country at the state's child...
The preliminary rounds for the Bengal Bouts boxing tournament at Notre Dame were Sunday at the Joyce Center. The event is now in its 81st year. But in all that time, it has never before seen the likes of one nearly senior citizen. People told...
Reuters* Myanmar president in first visit to Washington * Concern about rights abuses in ethnic conflict * Washington wants to foster ally on China's border By Paul Eckert WASHINGTON, May 19 (Reuters) - President Barack Obama will walk a fine line between...
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