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County Endures After Hubbub Over God's Mercy, Gay Marriage

Oct 8
When commissioners in a Tennessee county scrapped an agenda that included a resolution asking for God's mercy despite ongoing gay marriages, they also effectively canceled their meeting, but officials have a workaround for that.

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Pope-a Don't Preach: Madonna Wants Tea With Pontiff

If Kim Davis taught us anything it's that getting five minutes with the Pope isn't as hard as it used to be.

Bryant Men's Basketball Assistant Coach Comes Out in Essay

SPORTS | Oct 8
Division I men's basketball has its first openly gay coach.

Lance Bass Says 'Pedophile' Touched Him During 'N Sync Days

Out singer Lance Bass is making headlines this week after saying a "pedophile" "inappropriately" touched him and the members of the '90s boy band 'N Sync.

Footage Surfaces of Morrissey's Alleged Airport Security Sexual Assault

Gawker obtained footage of Morrissey's alleged sexual assault incident at San Francisco International Airport from earlier this year.

Huckabee: Obama's Treatment of Kim Davis Proves He Only 'Pretends to Be' Christian

According to Mike Huckabee, the real test of how real a Christian you are all boils down to how nice you are to Kim Davis.

Bill Would Allow Fla. Churches to Say No to Gay Marriages

A proposed law in Florida would allow churches to refuse to hold gay marriages, a right the bill sponsor admits they already have.

Sen. Tammy Baldwin Asks US AG to Investigate McCarthy-Era Anti-Gay Plot

Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D -WI), the first openly lesbian member of Congress, is asking U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch to investigate the role that three U.S. senators played in an anti-gay plot that led to the suicide of Wyoming Sen. Lester Hunt in 1954.

Clinton Subject to Hack Attempts From China, Korea, Germany

INTERNATIONAL | By Ken Dilanian, Jack Gillum and Stephen Braun | Oct 8
Hillary Rodham Clinton's private email server, which stored some 55,000 pages of emails from her time as secretary of state, was the subject of attempted cyberattacks originating in China, South Korea and Germany after she left office in early 2013.

Lawyers in Gay Marriage Case Get $1.9 Million From Michigan

NATIONAL | By Ed White | Oct 8
The state of Michigan agreed to pay $1.9 million to the lawyers who won the landmark gay marriage case at the U.S. Supreme Court, an attorney said Wednesday.

Clinton Plan Seeks to Crack Down on Wall Street Abuses

POLITICS | By Lisa Lerer | Oct 8
Hillary Rodham Clinton wants to crack down on bad behavior by Wall Street by punishing individual investors, financial managers and traders for misconduct, saying they will be "prosecuted and imprisoned."

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