Former Tennessee Representative Harold Ford Jr. is the latest member of Congress to flip in favor of gay marriage. Ford voted in favor of placing a gay marriage ban in the U.S. Constitution. In 2004 and again in 2006, he crossed the aisle to vote with Republicans in favor of the
A recent court order filed on Monday mandates that a Vermont court decision to give custody of 7-year-old girl to one parent of a separated lesbian couple be enforceable in Virginia.
Tom Seeley remembers when he thought flying was fun. But now, it's like you're getting on a Greyhound bus to go somewhere. The crowding, the screening through the security ... in the last couple years, flying is just not a pleasant experience.
Before the first juror is selected or witness called, a decision allowing a confessed killer to argue he believes the slaying of one of the nation's few late-term abortion providers was a justified act aimed at saving unborn children has upended what most expected to be an open-and-shut case.
President Obama's job approval rating has fallen to 46 percent, according to a new CBS News poll. That rating is Mr. Obama's lowest yet in CBS News polling, and the poll marks the first time his approval rating has fallen below the 50 percent mark. Forty-one percent now
First Paula, now Simon. At the Television Critics Association's winter press tour in Pasadena, Calif., American Idol judge Simon Cowell announced that he is leaving the show to focus on a new talent search, The X Factor.
A 41-year-old lesbian Utah legislator is pregnant with a baby she says she is carrying for two gay men, the intended parents.
When Manel Mira was born in 1970s Portugal, homosexuality was a crime. The Catholic Church held sway among the throngs of black-clad widows shuffling down his cobblestone alleyway. The country had a right-wing military dictatorship and a third of the population couldn't read.
Chinese gays will hold the first beauty pageant in the communist state's history on Friday, contest organizers said. The Mr. Gay China pageant will take place in a bar in the center of the Chinese capital, Beijing. Eight people from different parts of the country will compete to be
UK charity is dealing with an increasing number of young gay Muslims becoming homeless after fleeing forced marriages and so-called honour violence. During a weekly drop-in group held by the Albert Kennedy Trust in London, Suni, a 20-year-old London student, helps himself to a