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AIDS Pageant in Uganda Seeks to Stem Stigma, Discrimination
An 18-year-old Ugandan woman is crowned winner of a beauty pageant for young people living with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS
Transgender Man Sues Over Indiana Law Blocking Name Change
A transgender man granted asylum by the U.S. last year is suing Indiana over a state law which prevents him from changing his first name to a male name aligned with his gender identity
Cookie and Magic Johnson on His HIV Diagnosis, Their Son Being Gay
Magic Johnson's wife, Cookie Johnson, recalls the moment her NBA star husband told her he was HIV-positive.
Analysis Says Trump Plan Would Add $5.3T to Debt
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Bill Clinton Calls Clinton Global Initiative 'One of the Great Honors of My Life' in Final Speech
Former President Bill Clinton slowly walked toward the podium, newly repositioned at the center of the stage under the spotlight. He diligently thumbed through the pages of a farewell defense, which he had been working on moments before he addressed the Clinton Global Initiative one final time.
Bill Clinton Delivers His Final Clinton Global Initiative Speech
The former president defended the foundation's philanthropic efforts that helped improve people's lives.
UN Adopts Declaration on Anti-Microbial Resistance
World leaders have approved a wide-ranging declaration aimed at addressing the rising number of drug-resistant infections
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Today in History Today is Wednesday, Sept. 21, the 265th day of 2016. There are 101 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On Sept. 21, 1996, President Bill Clinton signed the Defense of Marriage Act denying federal recognition of same-sex marriages a day after saying the law should
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