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Rupert "Twink" Starr, 92, holds a mug he received as a prisoner of war after he was captured by the Germans during the Battle of the Bulge in December 1944. (AP Photo/Andrew Welsh-Huggins)
Rupert "Twink" Starr, 92, holds a mug he received as a prisoner of war after he was captured by the Germans during the Battle of the Bulge in December 1944. (AP Photo/Andrew Welsh-Huggins)
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WWII veteran, 92, fought ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’

UPPER ARLINGTON, Ohio (AP) -- Like thousands of other young men in the 1940s, Rupert Starr joined the Army, fought overseas and saw his share of hardship, including several weeks as a German prisoner of war. He returned to Ohio with a Bronze Star for heroism and a secret.

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Philip Williams, right, accompanied by attorney Fortunato Perri Jr. walks to a police station Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2014, in Philadelphia.
Philip Williams, right, accompanied by attorney Fortunato Perri Jr. walks to a police station Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2014, in Philadelphia.
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Three surrender in Philadelphia gay beating case

PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Three suburban Philadelphia defendants being charged in the beating of a gay couple during a late-night encounter on a city street have turned themselves in.

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Gay Rights Supporters March On Washington For Equality And Marriage Rights
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Texas Gay Marriage Ban Struck Down

A federal judge declared a same-sex marriage ban in deeply conservative Texas unconstitutional on Wednesday, but will allow the nation's second-most populous state to enforce the law pending an appeal that will likely go to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Illinois Lawmakers Vote to Allow Gay Marriages

Historic votes Tuesday in the Illinois Legislature positioned that state to become the largest in the heartland to legalize gay marriage, following months of arduous lobbying efforts by both sides in President Barack Obama's home state.

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Gay Rights Supporters March On Washington For Equality And Marriage Rights
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Same-Sex Marriage Ruling: What Does it Mean? [AUDIO]

A New Jersey judge has turned down a request by the Christie administration to delay a ruling that allows same-sex couples to marry starting on Oct. 21, but that won't stop the legal wrangling over the issue.

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Same-Sex Marriages to Start Oct. 21 in NJ [POLL/AUDIO]

A judge on Thursday denied the Christie administration's motion to delay the start of same-sex marriage in New Jersey. The administration has appealed, but if a stay isn't granted, gay couples can apply for a marriage license starting Oct. 21, and in some cases get married.

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Gay Rights Supporters March On Washington For Equality And Marriage Rights
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NJ Makes Final Case to Delay Same-Sex Marriages

The Christie administration has made its final case for why a judge should put on hold a ruling that would legalize gay marriage effective Oct. 21.

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Groups Wants NJ Voters to Decide Same-Sex Marriage [AUDIO]

A new group calling itself the "New Jersey Coalition to Preserve and Protect Marriage" feels marriage is, and should always be the union of one man and one woman. Members think if anyone is to decide the issue of same-sex marriage it should be the voters of the Garden State.

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New Group Defends Traditional Marriage in NJ

The newly formed “New Jersey Coalition to Preserve and Protect Marriage” believe marriage should be the union of one man and one woman. Members feel the voters should decide the issue.

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NJ Gay Marriage Advocates Plot Next Moves

Late Friday afternoon, a Mercer County judge ruled that gay couples must be allowed to legally marry in the Garden State beginning Oct. 21. The Christie Administration has vowed to appeal the decision. Today, top Democrats in the State Senate are explaining what happens next.

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