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Dozens of LGBTQ People Reportedly Arrested in Azerbaijan

Fifty to 100 gay men and transgender women were arrested in Azerbaijan after raids on bars and private homes, according to activists and local media reports.

Vaccine Skeptic Message Gets Bolder

Vaccine skeptics, often called anti-vaxxers, are getting bolder with their message that vaccines are the product of a coverup by industry, government and media.

4 NCAA Basketball Coaches Charged With Taking Bribes

Four assistant coaches from NCAA basketball teams were arrested in connection with a fraud and corruption scheme, federal prosecutors announced.

Wait, How Many Nuclear Weapons Are There? And Who Has Them?

The United Nations' fourth annual International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapon comes at historic moment of brinkmanship.

Trump Admin. Will Urge Court to Rule Against Gay Workers' Rights

The Trump administration on Tuesday will urge a U.S. appeals court in Manhattan to rule that federal law does not ban discrimination against gay employees.