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For Same-Sex Marriage Opponents, The Fight Is Far From Over
Some opponents of same-sex marriage are vowing to fight on after Friday's Supreme Court ruling. The battles will likely take place in the lower courts and will involve religious liberty cases.
After Tunisia Attack, Tourists Leave — And Locals Worry
The self-declared Islamic State claimed responsibility for Friday's attack, which killed 38 people at a beach resort in Tunisia. Most of the victims were foreigners, many of them British tourists.
For Gay Couples In Louisiana And Mississippi, Marriage Remains On Hold
As same-sex couples legally marry elsewhere in the country, couples in these two states are facing obstacles. We hear from two Mississippi couples who had hoped to be married on Friday.
No Easy Answers At Nairobi Summit On Countering Extremism
Researchers at the international meeting shared some surprising responses from militants who were surveyed about their motivations for embracing terrorism.
Marvel's Half-Black, Half-Latino Spider-Man Is Going Mainstream
"It won't be [that] Miles is Spider-Man with an asterisk or some kind of adjective or adverb attached to it," says writer Brian Michael Bendis. "He is going to be Spider-Man — just Spider-Man."
For Families Of U.S. Hostages, New Policy May Bring New Hope
This week, President Obama announced changes to the government policy on Americans abducted abroad. A former FBI hostage negotiator explains what this means for the hostages — and for their families.
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