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Amid Chaos in Ukraine and Iraq, HuffPo Headlines Obama's LGBT Policy

As Ukraine meets increased violence from pro-Russian forces and Iraq suffers near collapse, with hundreds murdered by Islamic radicals, The Huffington Post thought it was most important to feature the news that President Obama is "at last" taking on the issue of "LGBT discrimination." Jun 16, 2014 2:47 PM PT

Pregnant Mother with Eye Cancer Opts to Lose Sight to Save Baby

A pregnant mother who found out she had a malignant tumor in her eye has elected to save the life of her baby by having her cancerous eye removed instead of having radiation therapy to save her sight – a procedure that would certainly kill her baby. Jun 16, 2014 12:33 PM PT

Witch Hunt of Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich Still Haunts Silicon Valley

The controversy over the firing of Mozilla CEO Brandon Eich over his views on traditional marriage is still reverberating, with a long article at CNET.com claiming Eich's ideas on gay marriage were already well known before he became CEO and that LGBT activists used his past as a platform for activism. Jun 15, 2014 12:58 PM PT

MLB Fan Survey: What Sort of Fans Root for Your Team?

Which Major League Baseball team has the best fans? A wide-ranging new survey of the fans in cities that host an MLB team seeks to answer this and other questions about fans. The answers may amaze you. Jun 15, 2014 9:15 AM PT

Father's Day: Obama Vacations Despite Iraq, Ukraine, Immigration Crisis

Even as Iraq is falling to renewed attacks by radical Islamists, pro-Russian forces escalate the killing of Ukrainian soldiers, and as thousands of illegal immigrants are surging across our borders causing misery and a national health crisis, President Obama has decided to take an extended weekend vacation, perhaps to get in a little golf. Jun 14, 2014 7:33 PM PT

Union Fines Superstar Composer $50K for Working for Video Game Company

For the past two years, a union that represents professional musicians and the video game industry has been at loggerheads over a contract dispute, but one award-winning composer has dared to cross that picket line. Now, he is being criticized by his union and fined $50,000 for working with a video game company. Jun 13, 2014 9:41 AM PT

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