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Montana Initiative Would Limit Transgender Use of Bathrooms

By Bobby Caina Calvan A conservative group wants to let Montana voters decide whether transgender people must use public restrooms and locker rooms designated for their gender at birth[...]


Amputees control avatar by imagining moving their missing limbs

By Sam Wong People who have had amputations can control a virtual avatar using their imagination alone, thanks to a system that uses a brain scanner. Brain-computer interfaces, which translate[...]


The fight to save thousands of lives with sea-floor sensors

By Alexandra Witze Jerry Paros is worried about the geological time bomb ticking away just off the coast near his home in Washington state. But unlike the millions of people[...]


Court clears Mississippi LGBT objections law; appeal likely

By Emily Wagster Pettus JACKSON, Miss. — A federal appeals court said Thursday that Mississippi can enforce a law that allows merchants and government employees cite religious beliefs to[...]


Cold-Blooded Mummy: How India’s Hot Weather Preserved a Reptile

By Laura Geggel A thirsty chameleon that perished during its desperate search for water may no longer be of this world, but its mummy — naturally preserved by India’s[...]


Church & State

5th Circuit Reinstates Controversial Mississippi HB 1523

By Don Byrd Written by Don Byrd The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals has overturned a district court's[...]


U.S. Supreme Court Decisions In Religious Freedom Cases Are Imminent

Liz HayesWall of SeparationThe U.S. Supreme Court is poised to act on several crucial religious free[...]


FFRF insists on cross removal from Tex. sheriff’s office

The Freedom From Religion Foundation is demanding that a prominently exhibited cross be taken down f[...]


Introducing Our Summer 2017 Interns

Wall of SeparationThis summer, we are proud to welcome eight interns to Americans United. They come [...]


NC sheriff’s office makes changes to prayer event

A North Carolina sheriff's office has agreed to cease its promotion of a fast-approaching prayer e[...]


FFRF nixes coach-led prayers in Kansas

The Freedom From Religion Foundation has stopped coach-led praying in a Kansas school district. F[...]


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Turkish police break up gay pride event with rubber bullets

Turkish police break up gay pride event with rubber bullets

Under the guise of ‘protecting' LGBT people, police in Istanbul today broke up a pride march by briefly firing rubber bullets to disperse the crowd.

The BBC reports that organisers of the annual event had vowed to…

Turkish police break up gay pride event with rubber bullets

Turkish police break up gay pride event with rubber bullets

Under the guise of ‘protecting' LGBT people, police in Istanbul today broke up a pride march by briefly firing rubber bullets to disperse the crowd.

The BBC reports that organisers of the annual event had vowed to…

Turkish police break up gay pride event with rubber bullets

Turkish police break up gay pride event with rubber bullets

Under the guise of ‘protecting' LGBT people, police in Istanbul today broke up a pride march by briefly firing rubber bullets to disperse the crowd.

The BBC reports that organisers of the annual event had vowed to…

Turkish police break up gay pride event with rubber bullets

Turkish police break up gay pride event with rubber bullets

Under the guise of ‘protecting' LGBT people, police in Istanbul today broke up a pride march by briefly firing rubber bullets to disperse the crowd.

The BBC reports that organisers of the annual event had vowed to…

Turkish police break up gay pride event with rubber bullets

Turkish police break up gay pride event with rubber bullets

Under the guise of ‘protecting' LGBT people, police in Istanbul today broke up a pride march by briefly firing rubber bullets to disperse the crowd.

The BBC reports that organisers of the annual event had vowed to…

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