Thousands of people have taken to the streets around the world today in a coordinated global day of protest against the biotech giant Monsanto. Check out some of the highlights.
Secretary of Defense Hagel spoke at West Point's commencement and said that sexual assault is a "scourge must be stamped out." The remarks come amid a wave of high profile sexual assault cases.
Obamacare opponents and proponents are closely watching California's health insurance exchanges.
Biden extolled Jews' influence upon all the spheres of American life and culture. Somehow this is a problem.
Robbie Rogers became an instant role model today as the first openly gay active male athlete to play for an American contact sports team.
In a bold political play, Virginia Atty. General and Republican gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli investigates gifts that the current governor and he himself received from a mutual friend.
Brazil is the latest country to start a national dialogue on sexual assault in response to a string of rapes in the past few months. Here's hoping the world is headed for a sexual revolution.
Colleges and universities are facing media attention after rape cases have surfaced in high numbers. However, these cases only reflect a much larger societal issue that needs to be addressed.
Ukraine's first every gay pride rally was held in Kiev. The country has a strong anti-gay presence and counter protesters attempt to disrupt the small march.
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And female equality is "idiotic." Because Roman Polanski knows women.