Gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender teenagers talk about their lives in this weeklong series.
A twister that touched down Sunday evening in Joplin, Mo., damaged as much as 30 percent of the city, including more than 2,000 buildings.
A high school senior in Alabama may not walk across the stage to collect her diploma with the rest of her class because school officials are insisting that Samantha Armistead wear a dress to graduation.
It appears, Chicago Bulls center, Joakim Noah during game 3 of the Miami Heat vs. Chicago Bulls NBA finals series decided to pull a “Kobe Bryant” and set the NBA back regarding LGBT equality.
This amendment would do nothing more than write discrimination into our state’s constitution and add to the barriers same-sex couples already face to the full recognition of their families the Minnesota senator told them,
Dharun Ravi (right), who is accused of actions that may have driven gay Rutgers student Tyler Clementi (left) to suicide, pleaded not guilty to charges of bias intimidation, invasion of privacy, and evidence tampering in a New Jersey court on Monday.
For years, the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) has attempted to portray itself as an organization that opposes same-sex marriage without being anti-gay.
Mayor Bloomberg was in Albany yesterday with Christine Quinn to pressure State Senators to support a same-sex marriage bill. During meetings with seven Republican Senators, Bloomberg vowed to campaign for any candidate who came out for gay marriage, regardless of how they voted on any other issue.
I have come to the reluctant conclusion that state legislative news cannot be avoided this week. First, there’s not a great deal of exciting alternative topics. Second, it looks like things are happening around the states that might actually be somewhat important.
A judge may rule next month on Governor Scott Walker's refusal to defend a Wisconsin law giving same sex couples hospital visiting rights.The law enacted under then-Governor Jim