Ex-leader of 'ex-gay therapy' group says his former industry is 'gasping for air'

Alan Manning Chambers, former president of Exodus International, says that ‘the conversion therapy industry is more or less on the ropes’

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DEA tells Elizabeth Warren decision on reclassifying marijuana could come by July

Agency says ruling could be made by July as timetable is the latest development in Senator Elizabeth Warren’s challenge to federal marijuana laws

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Elizabeth Warren asks CDC to consider legal marijuana as alternative painkiller

Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren has asked the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to consider the role legal marijuana could play in the prescription opioid epidemic.

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Guns, car crashes and drugs cut US male life expectancy by a year, research says

Gun injuries, car crashes and drug poisoning account for more than one year of shortened life expectancy in American men compared to men in other high-income countries, according to Centers for Disease Control research .

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Families of two killed by Chicago police demand answers: 'Where does it end?'

Family members of two people killed by Chicago police on Saturday demanded answers after police acknowledged that one of the victims was killed accidentally.

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Bernie Sanders: I can win with Donald Trump's frustrated supporters

Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders said Sunday that he believes he can boost his own standing in the race by swaying supporters of Republican frontrunner Donald Trump’s supporters to back his campaign.

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WATCH: NBA stars team up with Spike Lee to speak out against gun violence in powerful PSA

New campaign the result of a partnership between the NBA and gun control group – ‘We can all make a difference’

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South Carolina may still spend $3.2 million to display Confederate flags taken down from statehouse

South Carolina could spend up to $3.6m to display the Confederate flag that once flew on statehouse grounds in Columbia and was taken down after it became a fixed point of outrage following the killing of nine black churchgoers in Charleston in June.

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'Nothing with him was very cognitive': Details emerge on suspect in Colorado Planned Parenthood killing

‘If you talked to him, nothing with him was very cognitive,’ neighbor says of Robert Lewis Dear as motive remains unclear in attack on clinic

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Ohio college production casts white actor as Martin Luther King Jr. in biographical play

Kent University production of Katori Hall’s The Mountaintop featured a white and black actor, which Hall says was ‘disrespectful’ and a ‘disservice’

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Koch brothers say they are 'largely failures' at influencing US politics

Billionaire megadonor Charles Koch said that he and his brother are “largely failures” at influencing US political rhetoric – at least in the way they had hoped.

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Kentucky deputy clerk casts doubt on validity of Kim Davis' marriage forms

An attorney for Brian Mason filed a notice in a state district court claiming Davis handed out new forms that did not include her name nor the county’s

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Kanye West announces 2020 run for US president during MTV's video music awards -- seriously

Star admits ‘smoking’ during a rambling monologue as he accepts MTV lifetime achievement award

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VMAs 2015: Nicki Minaj calls Miley Cyrus 'b*tch' on stage at MTV awards

Minaj apparently angered by interview that Cyrus gave in which she called Anaconda star ‘not too kind ... not very polite’

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