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Mexico's Supreme Court supported the couple, but a city-appointed marriage counselor in Mexicali denied their request, claiming the men suffered from "insanity."
After ducking the issue last fall, the court announced Friday that it definitively answer whether the Constitution allows gays to get married.
A Canadian journalist imprisoned in Egypt has called out the Canadian Prime Minister after a visit by Foreign Minister John Baird failed to end his more than year-long nightmare.
Poor white people turned out for Republicans in the midterms, but the demographic is a wildcard going into 2016.
It's a dystopian solution to international complaints against Chinese tourists for spitting in the streets, yelling in restaurants, fighting in public, and otherwise disrespecting local customs and laws.
Either way, it emphasizes how bleak a prospect life can be for young LGBT people in Britain.
The 20-year-old, whose case was made famous thanks to an Anonymous campaign, will be getting 12 months probation.
A chilling video has emerged that shows the public killing of a Burmese woman in the holy city of Mecca, taking the number of executions in the country into double figures this year.
VICE News documents the final hours of the president of Burkina Faso's 27-year long reign, as a popular revolution reaches its turbulent conclusion on the streets of the capital Ouagadougou.
The situation at Australia's Manus Island refugee centre has deteriorated to the extent that desperate asylum seekers have resorted to radical self-harm to protest their detention.
A new Popemobile, tons of security, and adult diapers.
President Obama is pushing a series of new cybersecurity initiatives that could weaken, and even criminalize, independent research into data vulnerabilities.
An ex-soldier's toy armor appears to have proven more effective than its cinematic counterpart and helped him continue his insane charity walk across Australia.
Photos appearing to show the country's leading ethics watchdog fooling around with Miss Indonesia have rocked the political and law enforcement establishment.
Scientists and science historians argue that Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and other climate change deniers may be heading up the most "egregiously wrong-headed" Congress in modern times.
The homegrown terrorist plot was foiled just a week after the Charlie Hebdo massacre.
Online activists are working hard to stop the media from ignoring a possible child-molestation scandal that could involve high-ranking political figures.
We spoke to two of the people behind the White Flower campaign, which was launched in British Parliament yesterday.
A new report suggesting that British Jews are questioning their place in the country is alarmist bullshit.
Prosecutors urged a Maryland court to deny Adnan Syed's request for appeal on Wednesday, rejecting his claim that his lawyer was ineffective and didn't help him negotiate a plea deal.
Mike Buchanan is running for office in the UK with his feminist-hating political party, Justice for Men and Boys. But what good do single-issue political parties actually do?
Four of the state's death row inmates are petitioning the Supreme Court to halt executions.
Comparing the political scions of the Republican Party.