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Intel Chief Defends Rights of Transgender Community
James Clapper , the director of National Intelligence, weighed in on the national debate about transgender bathroom access today. Clapper addressed the issue directly, declaring in a press release that when it comes to facilities within his buildings, “You can use whatever restroom you feel
Vote count starts in EU referendum; pound soars LONDON (AP) — The polls closed Thursday in Britain's historic referendum with a leading supporter of the campaign to leave the European Union saying it looked like his side had lost the vote, sending the pound soaring and cheering Britain's
After Orlando, Some Businesses Stress LGBT Inclusivity Moves
Some small business owners already working to make their companies more welcoming to LGBT employees say the massacre at a gay dance club in Orlando gives them an impetus to make more changes
What It's Like to Be the Only Woman to Compete in the Indy 500
ABC News' Scott Withers reports from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway where drivers are prepping for race.
'After The View': May 19, 2016
The conversation continues with Hot Topics including Robin Wright demanding equal pay for "House of Cards."
'Bathroom Bill' Debate Could be 'Historic Moment' in Transgender Rights
The battle unfolding in North Carolina could be a watershed moment in the fight for transgender rights in America, activists say. The Department of Justice and North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory both sued each other yesterday over the House Bill 2 ("Bathroom Bill") legislation. Attorney General
A Look at the 6 Soldiers Who Died in Afghanistan Suicide Attack
Communities across the country are mourning the loss of six American airmen killed Monday when a suicide bomber on a motorbike attacked their patrol near Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan. Here's a look at those who were killed: Adrianna Vorderbruggen Major Adrianna Vorderbruggen, 36, of Plymouth,
ABC Gets The Red Arrow Diner Welcome
Pres. Bill Clinton, VP Al Gore and even ABC's Diane Sawyer have visited the Red Arrow diner during major election years.
How Reddit CEO Steve Huffman Wants to End the Forum's 'Dark Side'
Reddit is shedding its anything goes attitude in favor of a new set of policies that returning CEO Steve Huffman said are necessary to stamp out the site's "dark side." In an "Ask Me Anything" interview this afternoon, Huffman, who also co-founded Reddit, said he began with a laid-back approach to