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Trump's Muslim backers celebrate his success

Sajid Tarar, like many Donald Trump supporters, appreciates the unconventional Republican presidential candidate's strong stances on security, illegal immigration and political correctness.

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City: Use bathrooms that match birth gender or face jail

Transgender people in Oxford, Alabama, could now face six months in jail for using restrooms labeled for the gender with which they identify.

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China gets into genetic breakthrough business

The future of regenerative medicine may be in your toilet, according to cutting-edge research in China.

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Here's what happens when you die without a will

It's hard to believe that Prince -- who was famously meticulous about maintaining control over his name and music -- may have died without a will.

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Tennessee governor signs 'therapist bill' into law

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam on Wednesday signed a bill into law that allows therapists and counselors with "sincerely held principles" to reject gay, lesbian, transgender and other clients.

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New Chrome extension blocks every killer's name

The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence wants to literally erase the names of mass killers from major web sites.

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Study: 90% of Americans have prayed for healing

When Americans experience health problems, they don't just rely on doctors and medications. A new study found that most Americans have turned to prayer to heal themselves and others.

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Transgender issues resonate across the US

A flurry of policies affecting transgender people has swept the country in recent weeks, leading to widespread protests, economic losses and a growing debate about equality and privacy.

Most recently, an Alabama city passed a law saying if people use ...

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Mediterranean diet linked to lower risk of heart attack

The list of Mediterranean diet benefits is getting even longer. A new study found that a diet high in fruits, vegetables, fish and unrefined foods is linked to a lower risk of heart attack and stroke in people who have heart disease.

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Which hotel chain has the most diverse staff?

Britta Leick-Milde was in the cafeteria when she had a revelation.

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