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The Russian LGBT Network, an LGBTQ rights group dedicated to fighting for the acceptance and protection of queer Russians, claims that the organization has successfully helped 42 gay men escape anti-g...
Not all heroes wear Kaeps.
With Westpac out, Adani's proposed Carmichael mega coal mine looks in doubt again.
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AUSTIN, Texas ― President Donald Trump's promised crackdown on undocumented immigrants is in full force this week, with increased deportation efforts around the country, activists and elected official...
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He’s suing the US Government over their lack of action on climate change.
The proposed order would weaken LGBTQ anti-discrimination protections and curb access to contraception coverage.
You've got to admire this guy, whose latest commitment is the conservation group Wild Ark.
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As the next federal election looms, we all see our Facebook feeds getting slowly more political in displays of slacktivism. But if you are actually passionate about an issue, what can you do that is more meaningful than some Facebook likes or shares, but that still requires minimal effort?
Proponents of 'clicktivism' believes that it's a cathartic experience for the user, which creates awareness powerful enough to enact real-world change. Opponents view it as nothing more than mindless mouse-clicking, an artificial, faddish commitment to a cause with no follow-through.
On the Last Saturday of September 60,000 people will converge in New York's Central Park for a spectacular festival of good will. Performers Beyoncé, ColdPlay, Ed Sheeran and Pearl Jam are donating t...
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Kim Davis, the Kentucky county clerk who was jailed last week after she defied a court’s order that she issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, was ordered released on Tuesday. In a two-page orde...
Most Australians have a secret -- and it's not that they fail to donate to causes they publicly support. In fact it's the opposite -- Australians are donating large sums of money and they are not speaking about it.