America is heading in the right direction and now needs to reshape some priorities to ensure future strength and stability, President Barack Obama told the nation Tuesday in his second State of the Union address.
When Andrew Shirvell started his anti-gay blog about Chris Armstrong, the student body president of the University of Michigan, it wasn’t his first time Shirvell used anti-gay slurs to attack a fellow public official. According to AnnArbor.com,
Sundance •Most dramas aren’t as emotionally authentic and character-specific as "Pariah" (U.S. Dramatic Competition).
Yesterday NBC picked up a half-hour romantic comedy pilot called I Hate That I Love You, which revolves around a lesbian couple. Of course, it could only come from the genius Emmy-winning writer and producer of Will & Grace, Jhoni Marchenko.
Formula One legend Niki Lauda came under fire in his native Austria on Tuesday after calling for a ban on gay dancing on public television.
You know, it’s been too long — seven years, to be exact — since we’ve had some sexy controversy at the Super Bowl. But it looks like we’re headed that way again this year:
Whose rights to live as they choose take precedence? Great thinkers have mulled such questions for centuries, says philosopher Mark Vernon.
As U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords continues to show improvement, the man who allegedly shot her and 18 others -- six of them fatally -- will be in federal court Monday, and could face additional, and more serious, charges tied to the Arizona massacre.
State Republicans may be making good on a campaign promise to go after same-sex marriages in Iowa, but some local lawmakers don't seem interested in spending too much time on the topic.
A Queens man has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for viscous 2009 attack on an openly gay man outside a College Point deli. Daniel Rodriguez, 22, pleaded guilty last year to first-degree robbery as a hate crime in the attack on 49-year-old Jack Price.