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Members of the LGBT community and their supporters gather to speak out after a string a bias attacks, including the fatal shooting of 32-year old Mark Carson on Saturday, during a rally in New York's Greenwich Village, Monday, May 20, 2013.  A spate of...

Christine Quinn confronts NYC hate crimes in quest to be mayor

06/07/13 04:06PM

As the nation awaits Supreme Court rulings in two historic marriage equality cases, the LGBT community has a lot to look forward to this June, during gay pride month. But in New York City, a rash of anti-gay violence--and the enhanced police presence required to stop it--casts a shadow on the celebration.
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Romney returns?

Romney returns?

06/03/13 11:33AM

Monday’s Agenda panel discusses Mitt Romney’s return to the national stage, and whether the GOP can address the issues that alienated young voters during the 2012 election. watch

Inmate Curtis Colvard Sr. reads a Bible in the exercise yard of Sacramento County's Rio Cosumnes Correctional Center in Elk Grove, Calif., Thursday, May 30, 2013.  A report by the California Little Hoover Commission  says Gov. Jerry Brown's prison...

The school-to-prison pipeline: How 'horseplay' puts kids in jail

05/31/13 07:59PM

As the national conversation on school safety continues to draw attention, the so-called school-to-prison pipeline has largely gone unmentioned. But a new report finds that tighter disciplinary policies and an increased number of police officers at school are landing a staggering number of children behind bars, instead of behind desks. 
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