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fresh momentum after the win. Ted Cruz easily won on the Republican side, blunting Donald Trump’s momentum as the frontrunner.
In a 6–3 decision by
Colombia's highest court, the Latin American country joined the ranks of the United States, Mexico, Canada, and Argentina in approving same-sex marriage in the Western Hemisphere.
Those states offer parental leave programs, and all of them are partial. (New York, however, will soon join the list.)
WhatsApp’s said it has
enabled end-to-end encryption across every form of communication supported by its service, meaning not even its employees can view what’s being sent.
Mississippi law was enacted weeks after North Carolina passed a law that targets LGBT rights and Georgia’s governor vetoed a religious protection bill under pressure from corporations threatening to pull business from the state.
Haggard was one of the most successful country music singers in history. He also greatly influenced other musicians, such as "the ’60s rock bands like the Byrds and the Grateful Dead, as well as acts like Elvis Costello and the Mekons," notes
the . New York Times
Rogue One is a Star Wars movie but it’s not part of the new saga of films. It’s a standalone film, and we get our first glimpse at Felicity Jones essentially not putting up with any of your shit.
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