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NKorean Missile Launch May be Testing Rivals, Not Technology

NKorean Missile Launch May be Testing Rivals, Not Technology

By Foster Klung and Hyung-Jin Kim | May 29
North Korea's latest missile test Monday may have less to do with perfecting its weapons technology than with showing U.S. and South Korean forces in the region that it can strike them at will.

Trump Lashes Out at Leaks, Considers Staff Upheaval

Trump Lashes Out at Leaks, Considers Staff Upheaval

By Jill Colvin and Ken Thomas | May 29
President Donald Trump is assailing internal leaks as he considers an overhaul of his White House staff and grapples with a burgeoning crisis involving alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 campaign.

Human Rights Activists in Paris Protest Putin Visit

Human Rights Activists in Paris Protest Putin Visit

May 29
Human rights activists are gathered in Paris to draw attention to the situation of gays in Chechnya before Russian President Vladimir Putin's visit to France.

Texas 'Bathroom Bill' Fading as Legislative Session Wraps Up

Texas 'Bathroom Bill' Fading as Legislative Session Wraps Up

By Will Weissert and Meredith Hoffman | May 29
Texas' legislative session was winding down Sunday, with an all but dead "bathroom bill" targeting transgender people caught in a clash between mainstream Republicans and the most conservative wing of the party that dominates politics in the state.

Jewels of Vietnam & Cambodia and 5 Must-Pack Essentials

Jewels of Vietnam & Cambodia and 5 Must-Pack Essentials

By Matthew Wexler | May 29
Brand g Vacations returns with another spectacular 12-night itinerary through Southeast Asia that includes the Temples of Angkor Wat and the mighty Mekong River.

Small Cars Have Highest Traffic Deaths Rates, Report Says

Small Cars Have Highest Traffic Deaths Rates, Report Says

May 28
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety says mini and small cars topped their list of vehicles with the highest number of driver deaths.

Trans Woman Who Fled Chechnya Targeted by Hitmen

Trans Woman Who Fled Chechnya Targeted by Hitmen

By Brittany Ferrendi | May 28
Forced to flee the Russian republic of Chechnya, the first openly Chechen transgender woman stepped forward to share her experience.

Did Fake Intel Influence FBI Clinton Email Probe?

Did Fake Intel Influence FBI Clinton Email Probe?

May 28
Fired FBI Director James Comey may have been influenced during the Hillary Clinton email investigation by a phony Russian clue.

International Mr. Leather Market @ The Congress Plaza Hotel :: May 27, 2017

International Mr. Leather Market @ The Congress Plaza Hotel :: May 27, 2017

May 28
This year's International Mr. Leather Market was held at The Congress Plaza Hotel in Chicago.

World Out Games Miami "It Takes a Village, People" @ Colony Theater :: May 26, 2017

World Out Games Miami "It Takes a Village, People" @ Colony Theater :: May 26, 2017

May 28
Miami Gay Men's Chorus presented "It Takes a Village, People" as part of the World Out Games Miami cultural events, held at Colony Theater in Miami Beach.

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