- Chilean president vows to legalize abortion by year's end
- Chase bank hounding employees, 'are you LBGT ally?'
- Legal experts: Hobby Lobby ruling may have broad implications
- Children being raped on journey across US border, illegals 'renting' kids to cross with
- Nepali Gov Acknowledge Success of Tailoring Program to Combat Human Trafficking
After saying several weeks ago that she would open a “debate” on the legalization of abortion in Chile, President Michelle Bachelet now says that abortion will be legal in Chile in 2014.
A second source has confirmed that JP Morgan Chase has asked each of its employees whether they are “an ally of the LGBT community,” which employees have taken as a veiled threat.
While the full impact of the Supreme Court’s recent ruling on Hobby Lobby may not yet be clear, legal scholars said that it has the potential to be used in future religious freedom cases.
As we enter the merciless summer months where temperatures average well above 100 degrees along the Texas Mexico border, the possibility exist for a larger wave of causalities among illegal immigrants trying to gain access to the United States.
Nepal Government official takes note of anti trafficking non-profit organization's tailoring program for girls vulnerable to slavery and pledge to make an even greater impact.