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Pulse Survivor: Audit Needed Before $29 Million is Given Out

By Mike Schneider | Sep 27
A patron who survived the Pulse nightclub massacre in Florida wants a temporary stop to the distribution of money raised for the victims until an audit is done.

Pat Robertson: 'Mothers Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Demon Worshippers'

Sep 27
October is just around the corner, which means it's time for Pat Robertson's annual crusade against Halloween.

Army Fires Fort Riley Commander as Investigation Continues

By Lolita C. Baldor | Sep 27
The commander of Fort Riley has been fired and the Army is continuing an investigation opened last week at the Kansas base, officials said Monday, but they declined to provide any other details.

Judge Orders Girls' Bathroom Access for Transgender Student

By Julie Carr Smyth | Sep 27
A federal judge rejected a school district's challenge to President Barack Obama's rule on transgender bathrooms on Monday, ordering a biologically male student who identifies as female be treated "like the girl she is."

NC Gov. McCrory Criticizes Investors Over LGBT Statement

Sep 27
Gov. Pat McCrory says it's the "height of hypocrisy" for investors whom he describes as "New York hedge fund billionaires" to tell North Carolina what to do about a law that limits LGBT protections against discrimination.

Investors Join Call for North Carolina to Repeal LGBT Bill

By Martha Waggoner | Sep 26
About 60 investors representing $2.1 trillion in managed assets are joining the NCAA, entertainers and more than 200 businesses in calling for North Carolina to repeal its law limiting LGBT protections against discrimination.

While in Prison, Rapper Lil Wayne Officiated a Gay Wedding

Sep 26
Rapper Lil Wayne said he officiated a same-sex wedding between two fellow male inmates while he was serving a prison sentence in 2010 at Rikers Island in New York.

As Economic Harm of HB2 Grows, NC GOP Politicians Backpedal

By Maria Dominguez | Sep 26
As unfortunate economic consequences continue to climb, with the National College Athletic Association (NCAA) and Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) both canceling events in the state, former supporters of the bill seem to be shifting position.

Go to Hail: Portland Cab Driver Offers Curbside Bigotry in Front of Gay Bar

Sep 26
A Portland, Oregon gay bar was the site of some drive-by ignorance last week when a cabbie decided to deliver some curbside intolerance in the form of a "you're all going to hell" speech.

Researcher Aims to Tackle 'Implicit Bias'

Sep 26
According to research, the majority of Americans show some degree of unconscious negative attitudes towards minorities.

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