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El Salvador, Chile gay pride rallies honor Orlando victims
SAN SALVADOR - Demonstrators rallied in the capitals of El Salvador and Chile on Saturday in gay pride parades honoring the victims of the Orlando massacre and demanding an end to discrimination.
 
Every weekday, year-round, Esteban Yanez rises at the crack of dawn and heads to his job as a construction worker near the largely Hispanic desert town of Perris, south of Los Angeles.
 
Influential conservative columnist George Will says he is leaving the U.S. Republican Party over Donald Trump's polarizing presidential campaign and urged others to follow suit, even if it means rival Democrats take the White House.
 
Crews rescue stranded from W. Virginia floods
All Karol Dunford has left is a dirty nightgown, caked in mud from the floodwaters that ravaged her West Virginia town and killed at least 23.
 
New Hampshire woman drops defamation suit against Bill Cosby
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. -- A 72-year-old New Hampshire woman who says Bill Cosby raped her in 1965 has withdrawn her civil defamation lawsuit against the comedian after a federal judge had allowed the case to move forward.
 
Crowds, tight security expected for Cincinnati pride parade
CINCINNATI -- Organizers expect big crowds and authorities plan tight security for Cincinnati's parade and festival events celebrating Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Month.
 
Remains of mammoth uncovered in Mexico
Mexican experts are carefully digging up fossils of a Pleistocene-era mammoth believed to have been cut to pieces by ancient humans.
 
Colombia, FARC rebels sign historic ceasefire
The Colombian government and FARC rebels signed a ceasefire and disarmament agreement Thursday, one of the last steps toward ending a half-century conflict that has killed hundreds of thousands of people.
 
Senators reach deal on GMO labeling
WASHINGTON -- Senators have a bipartisan deal to require labeling of genetically modified ingredients nationally, a week before a labeling law in Vermont goes into effect.
 
Exhausted but exuberant, Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives vowed to fight on for gun control Thursday as they ended their high-drama House floor sit-in with songs, prayers and defiant predictions of success. Republicans offered a dose of political reality, denying House Democratic demands and holding a Senate vote designed to show a bipartisan gun compromise can't pass.
 
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