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Members of GetEQUAL, a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender organization, stage a protest on Capitol Hill on May 20, 2010, in Washington, D.C.

Why LGBT Groups Turned on ENDA

Recent political shifts raised concerns about the anti-LGBT discrimination law's religious exemption.

Bill Aims to Ease Fears Over Money Transfers

Legislation awaiting Senate approval would improve regulation of companies that facilitate money wires. 

Profiling Found in NSA, FBI Surveillance

Prominent Muslim-Americans were targeted by government surveillance, reports say.

Job Training Bill to Reach White House

Advocates hope legislators will be encouraged to move on other outdated education legislation.

White House: Stop Calling People Addicts

Drug czar’s office promises monitoring of pot legalization states, displeases activists.

Colleges Fall Short on Sexual Assault

A national survey found many colleges fail to investigate incidents of sexual assault.

Gun Control Battle Now Beyond Politics

Target's decision to ask customers to leave guns at home proves the people, not the politicians, have the power.

Christie Walks a Fine Line on Guns

The New Jersey governor's record on guns has some saying he's playing politics with the issue.