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British Newspapers Speculate: Was Andreas Lubitz 'Secretly Gay?'

By EDGE | Mar 29
British tabloid The Daily Star speculated today that homicidal co-pilot Andreas Lubitz was "secretly gay."

Log Cabin Republicans: Obama Administration Ignoring Iran's Human Rights Abuses

By Justin Snow | Mar 29
Log Cabin Republicans accused the Obama administration of ignoring Iran's human rights abuses against gay people and other minorities in an ad unveiled March 20.

Puerto Rico Drops Defense of Same-Sex Marriage Ban

By Justin Snow | Mar 29
The government of Puerto Rico announced March 20 it will no longer defend the U.S. territory's ban on same-sex marriage.

Top Females in Music Visit Berkelee Women's Empower Symposium

By Winnie McCroy | Mar 26
On March 27, Boston's Berklee College of Music, the world's leading college of contemporary music, welcomes a number of international female role models from the world of entertainment, media, and music for its first ever Berklee Women's Empower Symposium

French Prosecutor: Co-Pilot Wanted to 'Destroy' the Plane

By Lori Hinnant and Dave McHugh | Mar 26
As a frantic pilot pounded on the cockpit door and passengers screamed in panic, the Germanwings co-pilot "intentionally" sent Flight 9525 straight into the side of a mountain in the French Alps, a prosecutor said Thursday.

New Direction: 1D Says Zayn Malik Has Left the Group

Mar 25
Chart-topping boy band One Direction says Zayn Malik has left the group.

Italy High Court Deciding Fate of 'Very Worried' Amanda Knox

By Colleen Barry and Frances D'Emilio | Mar 25
Italy's high court took up the appeal of Amanda Knox's murder conviction Wednesday, considering the fate of the "very worried" American and her Italian former boyfriend in the brutal 2007 murder of Knox's British roommate.

France Cracks Open Plane's Black Box, Seals Off Crash Site

By Greg Keller and Lori Hinnant | Mar 25
French investigators cracked open the mangled black box of a German jetliner on Wednesday and sealed off the rugged Alpine crash site where 150 people died when their plane slammed into a mountain.

Obama, Afghan Leader to Finalize Plan for US Troop Pullout

By Josh Lederman | Mar 24
President Barack Obama welcomes Afghanistan's new president to the Oval Office on Tuesday with fraught questions staring them in the face: Will the U.S. slow its departure from Afghanistan - and for how long?

Jet Crashes in Alps With 150 Aboard; No Survivors Expected

By Lori Hinnant | Mar 24
A passenger jet carrying at 150 people crashed Tuesday in a remote area of the French Alps as it flew from Barcelona to Duesseldorf, authorities said.

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