A ban on gay couples being allowed to marry in church could soon be lifted in Britain. Senior Anglican bishops have backed plans by politicians to drop the existing ban on civil partnership ceremonies in religious premises under proposed changes to equality laws in March.
THE QUEBEC GAY AND LESBIAN Council is demanding that two broadcasters from the French-language cable station RDS publicly apologize for comments about American figure skater Johnny Weir that were "outrageous" and "homophobic."
The top commanding general in Iraq says he thinks everyone - gay and straight - should be allowed to serve in the military "as long as we are still able to fight our wars."
Efforts to repeal the "don't ask, don't tell" policy won the backing of Sen. Joe Lieberman on Monday when the high-profile moderate announced he will introduce legislation to repeal the law banning openly gay military members.
The American Academy of Pediatrics wants such foods to come with a warning label or even be redesigned so they don't cause kids to choke.
The Obama administration will propose legislation that would allow the government to block excessive rate hikes by health insurance companies, a senior administration official said.
What do a trucker, an Israeli entrepreneur, Al Gore and Richard Branson all have in common? Proof that the real goldmines are old, neglected industries. The name of that proof is GreenRoad. While so many entrepreneurs bang their heads against a Web and social media advertising brick wall
Emerging evidence of flaws in Toyotas could help free a Minnesota man who was convicted of vehicular homicide despite his claims the brakes did not work as his Camry suddenly accelerated and slammed into another car, killing three members of one family.
In a historic first, gay and lesbian groups marched through the streets of Chinatown Sunday in the festive Lunar New Year parade. And they invited the Indian and Irish gays, too. Wearing rainbow bandannas, about 300 gays and supporters waved versions of the fish and the phoenix, traditional
General Petraeus doesn’t care if you’re gay, hater gets hated on at CPAC 2010, Martha Coakley is done with DOMA, and marriage rights are getting people angry in Lisbon.