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July 1, 2015

U.S. Episcopal Church Approves Religious Same-Sex Marriages

An assembly of U.S. church leaders voted overwhelmingly to adopt gender-neutral language for their marriage canon. Clergy members, however, will still be allowed to recuse themselves from performing same-sex ceremonies.

How Latino Organizations Took On A Blowhard And Won

No one thought Donald Trump's comments about Mexicans being rapists were OK. But the swiftness with which he was repudiated by Univision, NBC, and Macy's is new, and many believe a turning point for oft-mentioned Latino influence in the U.S.

16 Christmas Poems To Make Holiday Season Special

There are many Christmas Poems out there, but here's some of the best ones . These are great as Christmas poems for kids as well as adults.

Terry Richardson Is Back Shooting Rolling Stone's Cover

It's been five months since the photographer with a history of sexual abuse allegations has appeared on mainstream American newsstands. Rolling Stone ends that streak — again — with some help from Kim Kardashian-West.

5 Under-The-Radar Philly Bands To Follow In 2015

Unlike music scene giants like Nashville or NYC, the Philly scene is more of a community than a competition. Still, bands have to make their way inside that community, which floods prime spots like Johnny Brenda's or Kung Fu Necktie and local airwaves like WXPN to get hyped. So here's your list of 5 underrated bands not getting the attention they deserve in the Philly area for 2015.

We Dipped Tampons Into Rivers For Science

Want to find out if your local river is polluted with people's old bathwater? Grab yourself a tampon and a UV lamp, and make like a scientist.

What's Going On Around The World Today?

Greece missed its debt payment to the International Monetary Fund. Black churches are burning in southern U.S. states. And a photographer envisions Disney princes falling in love (they actually do).

Un rassemblement islamophobe autorisé à Paris

Habituellement interdite de manifester, l'association islamophobe Riposte Laïque a obtenu l'accord de la préfecture pour se rassembler mardi soir à Paris. «Au bagne Taubira», «islam hors de France», ont scandé les participants.

Clinton Campaign: Hillary's Second Email Address Was Old Account

The documents released by the State Department show Clinton received email sent to an AT&T account. A spokesman said Clinton had used the account as a senator, but it remained active for most of 2009 only as a forwarding address.