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Former Florida Governor Says Backing Gay Marriage Ban Was “Mistake”

Charlie Crist, the former governor of Florida, apologized on Tuesday for backing a bill that would ban gay marriage in 2008. “I’m sorry I did that. It was a mistake. I was wrong. Please forgive me,” Crist told the LGBT … Read More

VIDEO: Phil Robertson: Marry Girls When They’re ’15 or 16′

Phil Robertson, star of the reality series “Duck Dynasty,” stirred controversy again after a video showed him saying men should marry women while they’re still teenagers. “Look, you wait ‘til they get to be 20 years old the only picking … Read More

MSNBC Host Sorry After Panel Mocks Romney’s Black Grandchild

MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry apologized over Twitter this morning after comments regarding Mitt Romney’s adopted, black grandchild. Harris-Perry, along with her panelists, made light of a photo in which Romney, surrounded by his grandchildren, holds on to Kieran James Romney, … Read More

A&E Lifts Phil Robertson “Duck Dynasty” Suspension Caused by Anti-Gay Comments

“Duck Dynasty” patriarch Phil Robertson will return to star in the popular A&E reality series after the network decided to lift a suspension dealt over anti-gay remarks made less than two weeks ago. A&E had suspended Robertson following a GQ … Read More

Edward Snowden on NSA Leaks: Mission Accomplished

Only half a year after leaking sensitive National Security Agency documents and shifting international attention into U.S. surveillance, whistle-blower Edward Snowden said on Monday that “in terms of personal satisfaction, the mission’s already accomplished.” “As soon as the journalists were … Read More

Putin’s Pardon for Pussy Riot Seen as PR Stunt

Two members of Russian punk rock protest band Pussy Riot were released from prison on Monday in accordance to an amnesty bill passed by President Vladimir Putin. Maria Alyokhina and Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, members of the anti-Putin group, were sentenced to … Read More

Obama Picks Two Gay Athletes For Russian Olympics Delegation

In what is being considered a jab at Russia’s anti-gay policies, President Barack Obama included two openly gay athletes as part of the delegation sent to the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi. “President Obama is extremely proud of our … Read More

Duck Dynasty Star Suspended Due to Anti-Gay Remarks

Phil Robertson, star of A&E hit reality show “Duck Dynasty,” was suspended indefinitely from filming by the network after making anti-gay comments in a GQ interview. “Sin becomes fine,” said the Robertson patriarch and outspoken conservative. “Start with homosexual behavior … Read More

Judge Rules NSA Phone Surveillance Program Unconstitutional

The National Security Agency’s phone surveillance activities are most probably unconstitutional, according to a federal judge’s ruling on Monday. The surveillance program, revealed by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden earlier this year, collects time logs and phone numbers from every phone … Read More

NSA Considers Amnesty for Edward Snowden

Officials from the National Security Agency debated an amnesty option for Edward Snowden on Sunday, which would allow the whistleblower a safe return to the United States in exchange for all classified information he withheld from the agency. “My personal … Read More