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Claiming he can no longer live with the guilt of denying marriage licenses to "upstanding citizens," a county clerk in North Carolina said he will start accepting and processing the paperwork for gay couples — despite a state ban on the unions.
The nationwide rebellion of county clerks over state marriage laws continued Tuesday, as a North Carolina official accepted applications from gay couples and pressed the issue with state officials.
If it were any other week, Eli Manning might have said a lot of nice things about his brother, Peyton.
Riley Cooper, who left the Philadelphia Eagles for three days in training camp after a video of him making a racial slur surfaced on the Internet, got into a scuffle with Cary Williams at practice Thursday.
President Obama took his middle-class tax-cut message on Tuesday to Iowa, a state where some of the same voters who helped hand him a landslide primary victory and inspired the nation to embrace his come-from-behind candidacy in 2008 are experiencing a case of buyer's remorse.
CNN's Anderson Cooper revealed on Monday that he is gay, ending years of reluctance to talk about his personal life in public.
Nine months after a Texas Rangers fan died after falling over an outfield railing at a game, his 7-year-old son helped unveil a statue Thursday honoring his father and others who love America's pastime.
Peyton Manning reportedly is on his way out of Indianapolis, where his 14-year run with the Colts included one Super Bowl title and a record four MVP awards.
A group of abortion clinics, doctors and pro-choice groups are suing to block a North Carolina law that would require a pregnant woman to have an ultrasound and receive information about her fetus before she can obtain an abortion.
A composition by Beethoven that was discarded and unheard for over 200 years has been reconstructed, a British university said Wednesday.
The Texas Rangers fan killed last month when he fell from the stands at Rangers Ballpark while reaching for a ball will be honored with a bronze statue at the stadium.
Hundreds of friends and family joined a funeral procession Monday for 39-year-old Lt. Shannon Stone, who was fatally injured trying to catch a souvenir baseball at a Texas Rangers game.
Hundreds of friends and family joined a funeral procession Monday for 39-year-old Shannon Stone, who was fatally injured trying to catch a souvenir baseball at a Texas Rangers game.
Shannon Stone loved joking around with his pals. He loved giving nicknames to his colleagues. And he loved being a fireman, the job he'd wanted since he was a kid.
For the last 18 years, firefighter Shannon Stone's family dreaded getting a phone call telling them something had gone horribly wrong.
Mr. Cooper said publicly that he is supportive of gay marriage.
At the same time, Mr. Cooper also said he wouldn't let his personal views get in the way of his legal duty to uphold state law.