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Trumps Taps Retired Marine General John Kelly for DHS

By Lolita C. Baldor and Julie Pace | Dec 7
President-elect Donald Trump has chosen retired Marine Gen. John Kelly, whose last command included oversight of the Guantanamo Bay detention center, to run the Department of Homeland Security, people close to the transition team said Wednesday.

Trump Teases State Dept. Search, Says Romney Still in Mix

By Jonathan Lemire | Dec 7
Now Person of the Year as well as president-elect, Donald Trump said Wednesday he expects to select his secretary of state next week and former rival Mitt Romney still has a chance to win the post.

Is There a Hidden Message on Trump's Time Magazine Cover?

Dec 7
President-elect Donald Trump was enviably named Person of the Year by Time magazine. But, as GQ points out, there might be a shady hidden message on the cover featuring Trump.

After Accepting Award at LGBTQ Event, Kelly Osbourne Says Give Trump Presidency 'A Chance'

Dec 7
TV personality Kelly Osbourne accepted the Trevor Hero Honoree Award Sunday at a fundraiser for the LGBTQ youth organization The Trevor Project and told the audience they should give Donald Trump's presidency "a chance."

New Study: Shaving Pubic Hair May Increase Chance of Catching STDs

Dec 7
A new study from the University of California-San Francisco published in "Sexually Transmitted Infections" found that people who shave their pubic hair increase their chances of contracting a sexually transmitted disease.

Arrests After White Supremacist Talks at Texas A&M University

Dec 7
A speech at Texas A&M by the leader of a white nationalist organization brought out hundreds of protesters Tuesday night.

Survivors Mark 75 Years Since Pearl Harbor Attack

Dec 7
Wednesday marks the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor that drew the United States into World War II.

Trump is Time Magazine's Person of the Year

By Laurie Kellman | Dec 7
Time magazine on Wednesday named President-elect Donald Trump its Person of the Year.

Gamers Convention to Stay in Indianapolis Despite LGBT Rights Flack

By Brian Slodysko | Dec 7
A massive video game convention that once threatened to leave Indianapolis during an intense public debate over LGBT rights announced Tuesday that it has signed a contract that will keep the event in the city through 2021.

US Appeals Court Favors Gay-Straight Club at Florida School

Dec 7
A federal appeals court has ruled that students at a Florida middle school have the right to form a gay-straight alliance club.

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