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Angry BA Passengers Still Face Long Lines, Cancellations

Angry BA Passengers Still Face Long Lines, Cancellations

By Jill Lawless | May 28
Thousands of British Airways passengers are still facing long lines, confusion and canceled flights as the airline works to restore its computer systems.

Newcomer Macron Makes France's Mark, With Trump And Globally

Newcomer Macron Makes France's Mark, With Trump And Globally

By Sylvie Corbet and Angela Charlton | May 28
Within days of taking the French presidency, Emmanuel Macron faced a string of diplomatic tests.

Trump Makes G-7 Deal on Trade, Takes Rain Check on Climate

Trump Makes G-7 Deal on Trade, Takes Rain Check on Climate

By Colleen Barry, Sylvie Corbet and David McHugh | May 28
Seven wealthy democracies ended their summit Saturday in Italy without unanimous agreement on climate change, as the Trump administration plans to take more time.

Trump's Trip: Conventional Images And Unconventional Talk

Trump's Trip: Conventional Images And Unconventional Talk

By Julie Pace and Jonathan Lemire | May 28
As he dashed through the Middle East and Europe, Donald Trump looked like a conventional American leader abroad. But when Trump spoke, he sounded like anything but a typical U.S. president.

Texas Lawmakers OK Budget But 'Bathroom Bill' Still In Limbo

Texas Lawmakers OK Budget But 'Bathroom Bill' Still In Limbo

By Paul J. Weber and Jim Vertuno | May 28
Texas will keep spending $800 million on border security while putting little new money into public schools, maintaining therapy cuts for disabled children and easing handgun license fees.

Report: After Pulse massacre, police training needs changes

Report: After Pulse massacre, police training needs changes

By Mike Schneider | May 28
As a law enforcement foundation reviews how the Orlando Police Department responded to a 2016 mass shooting at a gay nightclub, the organization's staffers say in a paper that police training and protocols may need to change.

Gays Against Guns - How the Pulse Tragedy Launched A New Movement

Gays Against Guns - How the Pulse Tragedy Launched A New Movement

By Dori Zinn | May 27
Last Summer, as Kevin Hertzog and his friends were mourning the Pulse shooting in Orlando, it was a simple conversation that kicked off what would eventually become, Gays Against Guns, or GAG.

World Spotlight Shines on Miami For Historic World OutGames

World Spotlight Shines on Miami For Historic World OutGames

May 27
The stage is set for World OutGames Miami 2017, the world's largest 10-day Sports, Culture and Human Rights event featuring LGBT athletes, participants, spectators and thought leaders from around the globe.

Creep of The Week: Charmaine Yoest

Creep of The Week: Charmaine Yoest

By D'Anne Witkowski | May 27
Her backwards thinking is especially dangerous when it comes to HIV/AIDS prevention. She once said that advising people to wear condoms for protection was "shockingly irresponsible" and "absolutely insane" because condoms don't have a 100% success rate.

SF Celebrates Manning's Freedom

SF Celebrates Manning's Freedom

By Heather Cassell | May 27
Chelsea Manning's release from a military prison last week was celebrated in San Francisco at the annual International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia rally in the Castro.

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