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Dick Leitsch, Whose ‘Sip-In’ Was a Gay Rights Milestone, Dies at 83

Dick Leitsch, Whose ‘Sip-In’ Was a Gay Rights Milestone, Dies at 83

After pouring their drinks, a bartender at Julius’ in the West Village refused to continue to serve participants in a “sip-in” protest in 1966 after they told him they were gay. The bartender placed his hand over one of their glasses. The protesters were identified as John Timmons, Dick Leitsch, Craig Rodwell and Randy Wicker.

The Administration Gets Tough on Russia — Despite Trump

The Administration Gets Tough on Russia — Despite Trump

President Vladimir Putin at the presidential palace in Helsinki, Finland, last month when he met with President Donald Trump.

Ore. mother gets probation in home circumcision

Ore. mother gets probation in home circumcision

An Oregon woman who tried to circumcise her 3-month-old son at home after reading the Old Testament and watching YouTube videos has been sentenced to five years of probation.

New charge for NY man cleared of 1972 slaying

New charge for NY man cleared of 1972 slaying

A 78-year-old sexual predator recently cleared of killing a blind upstate New York woman in 1972 pleaded not guilty Monday to a federal charge he failed to register as a sex offender.

Google Legally Fired Diversity Memo Author, Labor Agency Says

Google Legally Fired Diversity Memo Author, Labor Agency Says

James Damore was fired from Google after writing a contentious memo on gender issues in the workplace.

Alabama law limits students' gifts to teachers

Alabama law limits students' gifts to teachers

An Alabama teacher who accepts a Christmas ham or a $25 gift card from a student is breaking Alabama's ethics law. The possible penalty? Up to a year in jail and a $6,000 fine for the teacher who accepts the gift.


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