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Judge: Miss. clerks must issue same-sex marriage licenses

Mississippi court clerks can’t recuse themselves from issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples because of their religious beliefs, a federal judge ruled Monday, The Associated Press reported.

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Report: Blacks still far behind whites in wealth and income

Blacks in the United States continue to lag far behind whites in key areas of economic well-being like wealth, income and homeownership, a new report from the Pew Research Center finds.

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Priceline gets slammed on Brexit fears

William Shatner may soon need to do a commercial with Kaley Cuoco begging people to buy Priceline stock.

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This tiny robot is a real life Wall-E

For a small guy, he has a big temper.

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Walk on water at Italy's Lake Iseo

Thanks to a pop-up art installation made of floating saffron-colored walkways, visitors to northern Italy's Lake Iseo can now walk on water.

Well, sort of.

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Pride parades: US cities mark events amid tight security

Fresh memories of a mass shooting in a gay nightclub loomed large over LGBT pride celebrations nationwide Sunday, two weeks to the day after a gunman killed 49 people in Florida.

Millions gathered in major American cities for annual celebrations of le...


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Meet the man redefining 'disabled' in Colombia

As a young man with cerebral palsy, Jeison Aristizábal has fought his entire life to overcome the obstacles in his way.

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This Week Salute to America

Jefferson City's annual Salute to America kicks off with a new concert event at the decommissioned Missouri State Penitentiary on Saturday, July 2nd. Click here for a link to Salute to America's website. 

TRAFFIC ALERT: Columbia road closed due to broken light pole

Boone County Joint Communications is asking drivers to avoid the area in the 2500 block of Oakland Gravel Rd in Columbia. 


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Obama names first national monument to LGBT rights

President Barack Obama announced Friday he was designating the area around the Stonewall Inn in New York City as the country's first national monument to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights.

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