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Ford's Real-Life Bravado Equals Han Solo, Indiana Jones

By Lynn Elber | Mar 6
Harrison Ford is as much the daredevil in real life as Han Solo, Indiana Jones or the other larger-than-life characters that he has played on the screen.

Obama: Racial Bias in Ferguson Police Dept Not Isolated

By Nedra Pickler | Mar 6
President Barack Obama said the type of racial discrimination found in Ferguson, Missouri, is not unique to that police department, and he cast law enforcement reform as a chief struggle for today's civil rights movement.

Plane That Skidded Through Fence at LaGuardia is Removed

By Meghan Barr and Scott Mayerowitz | Mar 6
The rough landing of a Delta jetliner at LaGuardia Airport in a driving snowstorm just minutes after the runway had been plowed has raised questions about when airports should close runways due to snow or ice.

Utah LGBT Anti-Discrimination Bill Passes 1st Test

By Michelle L. Price | Mar 6
A landmark Utah proposal protecting gay and transgender individuals has passed its test at the state Legislature.

Lesbians Celebrate Marriage By Kissing in Front of Duggar House

By EDGE | Mar 6
Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar's anti-gay crusading won't keep this couple of lesbian lovebirds from kissing in front of their Arkansas home.

Harrison Ford Survives Crash-Landing on Golf Course

By Lynn Elber and Tami Abdollah | Mar 6
When a man battles Darth Vader, Nazis and other evil-doers for work, what does he do for fun? Harrison Ford's answer is found in a pilot's license and the freedom to take to the skies at will.

Jury Hears Closing Arguments in 'Blurred Lines' Case

By Anthony McCartney | Mar 6
Singers Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams lied about how they crafted the 2013 hit "Blurred Lines" and should be financially punished for using music by Marvin Gaye, a lawyer for the late singer's family told a jury Thursday.

GA. Senate OK's Religious Freedom Bill Feared By LGBT Groups

By Kathleen Foody | Mar 6
The Georgia Senate gave decisive approval Thursday to a contentious "religious freedom" bill - one of a wave of measures surfacing in at least a dozen states that critics say could provide legal cover for discrimination against gays and transgender people

All-Women's Wellesley College to Admit Transgender Students

Mar 5
Wellesley College is joining a growing list of women's colleges that accept transgender students.

New Play Brings Supreme Court Justice Scalia to the Stage

By Brett Zongker | Mar 5
Washington's Arena Stage is developing "The Originalist" about Justice Antonin Scalia with a story delving into some of the biggest issues and court dramas of this era, from gun rights to gay marriage.

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