1. Idaho jury begins deliberations in Chad Daybell triple murder trial

    By Steve Almasy and Taylor Romine, CNN Jury deliberations began Wednesday in the triple murder trial of Chad Daybel l, a case Idaho prosecutors claim was fueled by power, sex, money and apocalyptic spiritual beliefs. Daybell has pleaded not guilty to murder and conspiracy charges in
  2. What Sanusi said after he was reinstated as Emir of Kano

    By Adekunle Dada Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi II, has disclosed the lessons of his reinstatement by the state government Sanusi said his reinstatement as Emir of Kano has shown that no man can take what God has given and preordained The traditional ruler thanked Governor Abba Kabi
  3. LGBTQ people and women are made in the image of God, and deserve to be able to celebrate important moments without being insulted and judged. Tell NFL star @buttkicker7 to apologize for his sexist, anti-LGBTQ commencement speech now >>
  4. Harrison Butker Scores Win After Commencement Speech Backlash

    By Sophie Lloyd He may have come under fire for his divisive commencement speech at Kansas' Benedictine College, but Harrison Butker has scored a win on social media. According to Social Blade, the Kansas City Chiefs kicker has gained 5,000 followers in a week—significantly more th
  5. Russia's Only Trans Politician De-transitions

    By Isabel van Brugen Roman Aleshin, Russia's first transgender politician, announced on Wednesday that he was de-transitioning. Aleshin, former head of a branch of Russia's Civil Initiative party in the country's Altai Territory in southern Siberia, made the announcement in a post
  6. Supreme Court Backs Discrimination Against LGBTQ People. Who Will be Next?

    The United States Supreme Court voted 6 to 3 today to allow discrimination against LGBTQ people based on religious beliefs and the right to “free speech.” According to USA Today: In a case that could have profound implications for when businesses may turn away customers, a Colora