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2 Men Accused of Using Grindr to Rob Fla. Man at Gunpoint

Johnny Weir Comes Under Fire for Gay Olympians Tweet: 'I Never Came Out as White'

Two men appeared in a Florida court last week after being accused of robbing a man at gunpoint whom they met via the gay dating app Grindr earlier this month.

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Sequel to Trump's First Year Opens with Crises, Unease

By Zeke Miller | Jan 21
The sequel to President Donald Trump's first year in office is opening with the lead player hamstrung by a government shutdown and hunkering down amid investigations, crises and political unease.

Undercover Report on Polish Neo-Nazis Sparks Investigation

Undercover Report on Polish Neo-Nazis Sparks Investigation

Jan 21
An undercover television report that showed members of a Polish neo-Nazi group celebrating Adolf Hitler's birthday and burning a swastika has prompted a criminal investigation.

Kentucky Assistant Police Chief Fired for Racist Messages

Kentucky Assistant Police Chief Fired for Racist Messages

Jan 21
Court documents have revealed what ended the 25-year law enforcement career of an assistant police chief in the Louisville suburb of Prospect, Kentucky.

After Huge U.S. Crowds, European Women Join Chorus for Change

After Huge U.S. Crowds, European Women Join Chorus for Change

By Danica Kirka,. Sandy Cohen, and Tamara Lush | Jan 21
Thousands of people on two continents picked up the baton from the United States and rallied Sunday in solidarity with women demanding equality, justice and an end to sexual harassment.

Trump Campaign Ad Calls Dems 'Complicit' in Officers' Deaths

Trump Campaign Ad Calls Dems 'Complicit' in Officers' Deaths

Jan 21
President Donald Trump's re-election campaign released a provocative new ad accusing Democrats of being "complicit" in the slayings of law enforcement officers by people in the U.S. illegally.

Pope Wraps Latin America Trip Haunted by Chile Abuse Scandal

Pope Wraps Latin America Trip Haunted by Chile Abuse Scandal

By Nicole Winfield and Christine Armarjo | Jan 21
Controversy over Pope Francis' accusations that Chilean sex abuse victims slandered a bishop continued to cast a shadow over what has become the most contested and violent trip of his papacy.

Deportation Fears Have Legal Immigrants Avoiding Health Care

Deportation Fears Have Legal Immigrants Avoiding Health Care

By Kelli Kennedy | Jan 21
The number of legal immigrants from Latin American nations who access public health services and enroll in federally subsidized insurance plans has dipped substantially since President Donald Trump took office.

White Separatist Town Manager Expects His Firing, Won't Quit

White Separatist Town Manager Expects His Firing, Won't Quit

Jan 21
A Maine town manager who espouses white segregationist views says he has no intention to quit his job even though he expects to be fired.

In Run-up to Shutdown, an Erosion of Trust Derailed Talks

In Run-up to Shutdown, an Erosion of Trust Derailed Talks

By StevePeoples, Andrew Taylor, and Jonathan Lemire | Jan 21
the president was angry. His allies in Congress were confused, frustrated and unnerved. The episode was one of several that eroded trust and derailed negotiations between the White House and lawmakers from both parties.

Democrats, GOP Exchange Charges of Blame for Shutdown

Democrats, GOP Exchange Charges of Blame for Shutdown

By Akan Fram, Andrew Taylor, and Zeke Miller | Jan 21
Feuding Democrats and Republicans in Congress are trying to dodge blame for a paralyzing standoff over immigration and showing few signs of progress on negotiations needed to end a government shutdown.

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