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  • It's time to stop letting states like North Carolina pass anti-LGBT laws. We need a federal equality law, says Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson.

  • Air France crew angry over headscarves rule

    The carrier is asking female crew members to put on a 'loose-fitting jacket and headscarf' once landing in Iran.

  • People protest outside the North Carolina Executive Mansion in Raleigh, N.C., Thursday, March 24, 2016. North Carolina legislators decided to rein in local governments by approving a bill Wednesday that prevents cities and counties from passing their own anti-discrimination rules.

    The backlash against Indiana last year should've been a lesson. And yet, discriminatory laws are still popping up. Why?

  • Eiffel Tower and apartments

    Millionaires are leaving Europe because of rising religious tension and concerns about the sluggish economy, a wealth analysis expert said.

  • Pills

    Let the free market decide the availability, cost and need for any drug or treatment, says Jake Novak.

  • WASHINGTON, March 22- Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump said on Tuesday the United States should use waterboarding and other harsh interrogation techniques when questioning terror suspects, and renewed his call for tougher U.S. border security after the attacks in Brussels. Senator Ted Cruz of Texas, suggested heightened police scrutiny...

  • NEW YORK, March 22- Major U.S. cities deployed police in large numbers, some with heavy weapons patrolling transit hubs, after at least 30 people were killed in attacks on a Brussels airport and subway, though officials said there was no evidence of specific threats to the United States. New York, Los Angeles and Chicago stepped up their security and major airlines...

  • NEW YORK, March 22- Police in major U.S. cities stepped up security on Tuesday after more than 30 people were killed in attacks in Belgium, although officials said there was no evidence of specific threats to the United States. Uniformed officers, some in tactical gear, patrolled airports and transit hubs in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago as major airlines...

  • Police at the scene of a security operation in the Brussels suburb of Molenbeek in Brussels, Belgium, March 18, 2016.

    The Brussels borough of Molenbeek, known as the "Jihadist airbase," finally proved too small for Europe's most wanted, Salah Abdeslam.

  • Rupert Murdoch and Jerry Hall seen leaving St Brides Church after their wedding on March 5, 2016 in London, England

    A star-studded guest list included actor Michael Caine, rockstar Bob Geldof, composer Andrew Lloyd Webber and British Justice Secretary Michael Gove.

  • A star-studded guest list included actor Michael Caine, Irish rockstar Bob Geldof, composer Andrew Lloyd Webber and British Justice Secretary Michael Gove, a senior figure among those who want the UK to leave the European Union. But conspicuous by their absence were Prime Minister David Cameron and finance minister George Osborne, who want Britain to stay in...

  • LONDON, March 5- Media mogul Rupert Murdoch and actress and model Jerry Hall on Saturday celebrated their one day old marriage with a blessing service at St Bride's church on London's Fleet Street, the spiritual home of British journalism. The couple's 10 children from previous relationships attended the service, as did Rebekah Brooks, who returned to run...

  • Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a campaign event held in Kiawah Island, SC on Thursday Feb. 18, 2016.

    For all his talk about Christianity, Donald Trump's faith is still in question, theology expert Chad Pecknold says.

  • WASHINGTON, Feb 13- In almost 30 years on the bench of the U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was strident, colorful, and most of all, conservative. That made him an unlikely buddy for fellow justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Scalia, who died at age 79, was appointed to the high court by President Ronald Reagan in 1986 and built a reputation as one of the nation's most...

  • Scientists in the U.K. have gained permission to modify the genetic make-up of human embryos for the first time.

  • Members loyal to the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) wave ISIL flags as they drive around Raqqa June 29, 2014.

    An estimated 3,500 people, mainly women and children, are being held as slaves in Iraq by Islamic State militants, the United Nations said on Tuesday.

  • Oil refinery

    Four years after the Arab Spring, the lynchpin of OPEC faces more social unrest as Saudis digest unaccustomed austerity amid plummeting oil prices.

  • The Saudi foreign minister insists the cleric executed at the weekend was a terrorist and tells CNBC that "Iranians have got away with murder."

  • Iranian protesters chant slogans as they hold pictures of Shi'ite cleric Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr during a demonstration against the execution of Nimr in Saudi Arabia, outside the Saudi Arabian Embassy in Tehran January, 3, 2016.

    What's the likelihood of a "scorched earth" oil-price battle between Iran and Saudi Arabia? The experts weigh in.

  • An armed motorcade belonging to members of Derna's Islamic Youth Council, consisting of former members of militias from the town of Derna, drive along a road in Derna, eastern Libya October 3, 2014.

    Islamic State has issued a detailed ruling on when "owners" of women enslaved by the extremist group can have sex with them.