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The Swampby Tom Hamburger and Jennifer Martinez Following the breakdown of negotiations, the nation's leading gay rights organization said Monday that it will continue to protest Target Corp. over a donation used to support a Republican gubernatorial candidate...
Associated PressWASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama insisted Monday he still wants to scrap what he calls a discriminatory federal marriage law, even as his administration angered gay rights activists by defending it in court. The president said his administration's...
KTLA NewsWASHINGTON - President Barack Obama signaled to gay-rights activists Wednesday that he's listening to their desire for greater equality in "a more perfect union." But he didn't give them even close to everything they want, bringing to the surface an...
FOX 5 San Diego StaffPresident Obama told the largest gay activist organization Saturday evening that he plans to end the military policy of 'don't ask, don't tell.' That would end the ban on gays serving openly in the military. The law was passed by Congress in 1993 and...
The 33 NewsWASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama speaks to the nation's largest gay-rights group tonight, on the eve of a major gay-rights rally. He's appearing at a fund-raising dinner for the Human Rights Campaign, amid complaints from some advocates that he...
Reality CheckSame night, same guest blogger: Lindsay Diokno recaps another episode of "The Real World D.C."Last night's episode was good for many reasons -- Callie and Mike got camera time with some interesting story lines; Andrew was infinitely more tolerable...
Tags: Social Issues, Politics, Fencing, Rentals, Gays and Lesbians
The Swampby Mark Silva Janice Langbehn got a phone call from the president. President Barack Obama called her, according to her lawyers at Lambda Legal, to voice his sympathy for the loss of her partner, Lisa Pond, who had lapsed into......
Tags: Barack Obama, Health, Discrimination, Justice System, Judges
Los Angeles TimesA little-noticed provision in the pension law signed recently by President Bush will for the first time allow anyone to inherit a 401(k) nest egg without immediately paying taxes on the money, a benefit that in the past was reserved for spouses. Gay...
Tags: Finance, Marketing, Family, Human Rights, George W. Bush
The legislature is expected to vote today on a bill that would carve out legal protections for business owners and professionals who oppose same-sex marriage on religious grounds. Proponents of the measure say it is needed to preserve the the right to...
MetromixThe True Colors tour is a Cyndi Lauper-curated celebration of sexual equality. An unusual but exciting new festival concept that puts fun and activism on even footing, it's timed to coincide with Gay & Lesbian Pride Month and benefits the Human Rights...
Tribune senior correspondentBack in April, despite everything he had gone through, it looked as if David Ritcheson was finally going to get a happy ending. The 18-year-old high school senior from suburban Houston had been savagely assaulted in a 2006 hate crime, apparently targeted...
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