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Oops! Anti-Obamacare Lawsuit Would Invalidate Reagan Tax Law If It Succeeds

CREDIT: AP Photo/Patrick T. Fallon A lawsuit attacking the Affordable Care Act relies on such a sweeping legal theory that it would invalidate countless laws if it were successful — including a prong of President Ronald Reagan’s tax policy.

Court Says ‘Religious Freedom’ Gives T-Shirt Company The Right To Discriminate Against LGBT Group

A Kentucky judge has validated a printing company’s discrimination against an LGBT group under the state’s “Religious Freedom Restoration Act” (RFRA).

Factories In Two Of China’s Most Polluted Provinces Are Failing At Limiting Their Emissions

This factory in Hebei exceeded emissions limits in 2014, Greenpeace says, adding to China’s air quality issues.

Baltimore Orioles Executive: Baseball ‘Irrelevant’ In Light Of Freddie Gray Protests

Protesters rally against the death of Freddie Gray outside Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore. CREDIT: (AP Photo/Gail Burton) As some Baltimore Orioles fans complained about protests around the death of Freddie Gray, a black man who suffered a fatal spine injury while in police custody, the team’s chief operating officer countered with a series of tweets expressing larger concerns about the plight of poor Americans.

Under U.S. Leadership, Arctic Council Vows To Fight Climate Change

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry speaks at the Arctic Council Ministerial Meeting in 2013. CREDIT: AP On Friday, ministers from eight countries and leaders of Arctic Indigenous Peoples met in Iqaluit, Canada for the biennial meeting of the Arctic Council, an international body charged with addressing the most important issues facing the Arctic region.

Court Won’t Let Family Of Unarmed Mexican Teen Sue The Border Patrol Agent Who Killed Him

CREDIT: AP Photo/Eric Gay A Border Patrol agent who shot and killed an unarmed Mexican teenager across a border fence in 2010 cannot be sued in United States by the teen’s family, a federal appeals court ruled Friday.

Freddie Gray Shooting Exposes Lead Public Health Crisis

Marchers raise their fists in the air near the Baltimore Police Department’s Western District police station during a march for Freddie Gray, Wednesday, April 22, 2015, in Baltimore.

29 Revealing Photos From This Weekend’s Anti-Gay March For Marriage

CREDIT: ThinkProgress/Zack Ford On Saturday, the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) once again held a “March for Marriage” on the National Mall, rallying opponents of marriage equality before marching them to the Supreme Court.

Corinthian Shuts Down Dozens Of Campuses, Revealing Deep Problems In For-Profit College Industry

Everest Institute, owned by Corinthian Colleges, is one of many of its closed campuses. CREDIT: AP Corinthian Colleges will close its remaining 28 campuses, leaving 16,000 students without a college.

Meet The People Going Without Food For 15 Days To Demand A $15 Wage

Fasters and their supporters inside the LA city hall CREDIT: Fight for 15 Things were better for Mary Carmen Farfan when she worked at Burger King 10 years ago.

The Psychological War Being Waged Against Abortion Providers

Clinic owner Diane Derzis stands outside the Jackson Women’s Health Organization, Mississippi’’s only commercial abortion clinic CREDIT: AP Photo/Rogelio V.

Four Things To Watch Out For At Tomorrow’s Marriage Equality Hearing In The Supreme Court

CREDIT: AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File Well, the time has finally arrived. On Tuesday, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in four cases consolidated under the name Obergefell v.

Las Vegas Man Epically Punks Conservative Media

Las Vegas Motivational Speaker Larry Pfiefer CREDIT: Courtesy Of Larry Pfiefer In January, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid was seriously injured while he was exercising with a resistance band.

Obama Finally Gets Angry At Climate Science Deniers And It’s Hilarious

President Obama brings out actor Keegan-Michael Key from “Key & Peele” to play “Luther, President Obama’s anger translator” during his remarks at White House Correspondents’ dinner Saturday night.

2015 Could Be The Worst Year For Wildfires Yet

California’s firefighters are bracing for a long summer. CREDIT: AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez “Wildfire season” seems to be a thing of the past for drought-stricken California, with fires now raging throughout the year.

PHOTOS: Nepal Earthquake Turns Ancient Heritage Sites Into Rubble

A Nepalese woman examines the damage caused to Bhaktapur Durbar Square in Kathmandu, Nepal after a massive earthquake in there on April 25, 2015.

Baltimore Orioles Players Speak Out Amid Freddie Gray Protests

Adam Jones CREDIT: AP Photo/Carlos Osorio Protests over the death of Freddie Gray, who suffered a fatal spine injury while in police custody, filled the streets of Baltimore on Saturday, even forcing the Baltimore Orioles to close the gates to their stadium to keep fans inside.

Before You Decide To Order The Mayweather-Pacquiao Fight, Watch This 57 Second Interview

CREDIT: Screenshot The fight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao is one of the most anticipated matches of all time.

This Bakery Refused To Serve A Same-Sex Couple And It May Cost Them $135,000

CREDIT: AP Photo/Armando Franca A bakery that turned away a lesbian couple looking to buy a cake for their wedding will have to pay them an award of possibly $135,000 for emotional damages, a hearings officer said Friday.

The Apple Watch May Have a Human Rights Problem

CREDIT: AP Photo The Apple Watch finally hit stores and customer doorsteps Friday for its official release.