Green Party Candidate Jill Stein To File For Vote Recount In Three Battleground States
Green Party to request recount in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania.
Bea Arthur Shelter For LGBT Homeless Youth In NYC To Open In Early 2017
In early 2017, homeless LGBT youth in New York City will be thanking late "Golden Girls" star Bea Arthur for being a friend when an 18-bed shelter operated by the Ali Forney Center opens in the East V...
Peace activists and Gloria Steinem ready to cross Korea DMZ
Marchers from Pyongyang to Seoul include two Nobel laureates and are facing criticism after Ms. Steinem said it was 'bananas' to criticize North Korea over human rights. The march is due to start Sund...
Dave Goldberg death the result of head trauma while exercising
Dave Goldberg, husband of Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg, died from accidental blunt force trauma while exercising, according to Mexican officials.
Gormley climate change artwork shown for first time in the Guardian
The Antony Gormley artwork, called Connection, accompanies an extract from Naomi Klein’s book on climate change to raise awareness of how mankind is impacting the planet and ‘sleepwalking into a massi...
Green Party Candidate Jill Stein To File For Vote Recount In Three Battleground States
Green Party to request recount in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania.
Bea Arthur Shelter For LGBT Homeless Youth In NYC To Open In Early 2017
In early 2017, homeless LGBT youth in New York City will be thanking late "Golden Girls" star Bea Arthur for being a friend when an 18-bed shelter operated by the Ali Forney Center opens in the East V...
Peace activists and Gloria Steinem ready to cross Korea DMZ
Marchers from Pyongyang to Seoul include two Nobel laureates and are facing criticism after Ms. Steinem said it was 'bananas' to criticize North Korea over human rights. The march is due to start Sund...
Dave Goldberg death the result of head trauma while exercising
Dave Goldberg, husband of Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg, died from accidental blunt force trauma while exercising, according to Mexican officials.
Gormley climate change artwork shown for first time in the Guardian
The Antony Gormley artwork, called Connection, accompanies an extract from Naomi Klein’s book on climate change to raise awareness of how mankind is impacting the planet and ‘sleepwalking into a massi...
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