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Same-Sex Penguin Couple Nabs Egg from Straight Neighbors

Same-Sex Penguin Couple Nabs Egg from Straight Neighbors

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 19
A Dutch gay penguin couple couldn't have their own egg, so they pulled off a successful caper to steal one.

Folau's Fresh Controversy: Claims That Wildfires Are God's Punishment

Folau's Fresh Controversy: Claims That Wildfires Are God's Punishment

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 18
Calling Australia's wildfires a "little taste of God's judgement," former rugby star Israel Folau told churchgoers that the disaster was not a "coincidence," but rather God's way of lashing out at the country over same-sex marriage.

Leaked Russian Interference Report Raises UK Vote Questions

Nov 17
A senior Labour party official says leaks from a report on Russian interference in British politics raises serious questions about the security of next month's election.

UK Media: Prince Andrew's Sex Claims Rebuttal a Train Wreck

UK Media: Prince Andrew's Sex Claims Rebuttal a Train Wreck

Nov 17
British media have slammed Prince Andrew's effort to rebut claims that he had sex with a woman who says she was trafficked as a teenager by Jeffrey Epstein, branding the interview a public relations disaster.

Hong Kong Officer Hit by Arrow; Police Fire Water Cannons

Hong Kong Officer Hit by Arrow; Police Fire Water Cannons

By Ken Moritsugu | Nov 17
A Hong Kong police officer was hit in the leg by an arrow Sunday as authorities used tear gas and water cannons to try to drive back protesters occupying a university campus and blocking a major road tunnel under the city's harbor.

Hip Waders On: Venice Braces for Another Exceptional Tide

Hip Waders On: Venice Braces for Another Exceptional Tide

By Colleen Barry | Nov 17
Venetians braced Sunday for the prospect of another exceptional tide in a season that is setting records.

Chinese Troops Join Hong Kong Cleanup as Protesters Retreat

Chinese Troops Join Hong Kong Cleanup as Protesters Retreat

By Ken Moritsugu and Patrick Quinn | Nov 16
Chinese troops came out of the barracks in Hong Kong on Saturday — not to quell protests but to help clean up.

Historic Flooding Highlights Venice's Vulnerability

Historic Flooding Highlights Venice's Vulnerability

By Colleen Barry | Nov 16
The historic lagoon city of Venice exists on the edge of a double threat: As it sinks, the seas rise.

London Gay Bar Receives Hateful Postcard Espousing Homophobia and Racism

London Gay Bar Receives Hateful Postcard Espousing Homophobia and Racism

By Sam Cronin | Nov 14
The Admiral Duncan, a gay bar in Soho, London, received a postcard seemingly from the Phillippines, claiming "Old Compton Street was much better before you lot turned it into a gay street."

Watch: British Acting Legends Mirren and McKellen Dish about Hookup Apps and Dating

Watch: British Acting Legends Mirren and McKellen Dish about Hookup Apps and Dating

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 12
Sir Ian McKellen and Dame Helen Mirren chatted about hookup apps and old-school dating during a recent interview. Watch the clip!

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