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Businesses, Performers Boycott Indiana Because of New Law

Apr 1
Businesses and organizations are canceling events and barring travel to Indiana over a religious objections law that critics say would allow discrimination against gays and lesbians.

Clinton: Ark. Governor Should Veto Religious Liberty Bill

Apr 1
Hillary Rodham Clinton says the governor of Arkansas should veto a bill involving religious objections in her former state. She says it would allow "unfair discrimination" against gays and lesbians.

Driver Killed at NSA Identified as Transgender, Friend Says

Apr 1
The driver killed in a violent confrontation at a National Security Agency gate identified as transgender and was a sex worker in Baltimore, according to a friend.

Feds Appeal Judge in Texas' Blocking Gay-Couple Rules Change

Apr 1
The U.S. Justice Department is asking a federal judge in Texas to reconsider his order temporarily blocking federal rules that would have expanded medical leave benefits to some gay couples.

New Book Uncovers LBJ's 'Johnson' Obsession, Tricked-Out Shower

By EDGE | Apr 1
No president on record had a cleaner johnson than Lyndon B. Johnson.

Report: Indiana Law Clarification Allows Limited Protections

Apr 1
A newspaper reports that Indiana lawmakers have proposed limited protections for gays and lesbians while they try to quell concerns that a new law that supporters say protects religious liberties would allow discrimination.

Indiana LGBT Discrimination Law Could Cost the State at Least $250 Million

By EDGE | Apr 1
The national backlash that has followed the passage of Indiana's recent license-to-discriminate bill could cost the state as much as $250 million in economic activity and counting, according to an analysis done by the Center for American Progress.

Singer Joni Mitchell Hospitalized in Los Angeles

Apr 1
Joni Mitchell was in intensive care in a Los Angeles-area hospital on Tuesday, according to the Twitter account and website of the folk singer and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer.

Trevor Noah Defends Self in Backlash to Old Tweets

Apr 1
Trevor Noah, the newly announced host of "The Daily Show," rejected the backlash over his graphic tweets targeting Jews and women as an unfair reflection of him and his comedy.

Mark Wahlberg to Produce Boston Marathon Bombing Movie

Apr 1
CBS Films says Mark Wahlberg is set to produce "Patriots' Day," a feature film about the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing based on Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis' firsthand account.

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