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Thomas Lippert allegedly switched a sperm sample with his own while working at a fertility clinic

Paul Redd-Butterfield, second left, and his husband Tony Butterfield cook dinner with their adopted 11 year-old twin sons Lucas, left, and Liam at their home in Sandy, Utah. Paul and Tony were legally married in 2013. The US Government said it will recognise same-sex marriages in Utah even though the state itself will not.

US federal government to recognise gay marriage in Utah even though state will not

Same-sex marriages will be considered legal and couples can claim benefits

Samantha Christensen, left, and Elise Larsen apply for a marriage license in the Salt Lake County Clerk's Office. On Friday, Utah became the 18th state in the nation to allow gay marriage, however the state is seeking an urgent appeal

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Judge in Republican stronghold declared existing ban violated constitutional rights of gay and lesbian couples

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Nik Wallenda will cross the Grand Canyon with cameras rigged to his body

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Nato denies Taliban involvement as cargo plane crashes after take-off from Bagram airbase in Afghanistan killing all seven crew members

A civilian cargo plane crashed shortly after taking off from the sprawling US Bagram airbase in Afghanistan with the Taliban claiming responsibility for “shooting down” the jet.

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