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Kathryn Knott Sentenced in Philly Gay Bashing Case

Feb 8
Kathryn Knott, 25, was sentenced to five to ten months in jail for her role in a 2014 beating of a gay couple in Philadelphia's Center City on Monday afternoon.

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NGLCC Urges Charlotte Lawmakers to Pass Non-Discrimination Ordinance

NATIONAL | Feb 9
The National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce is urging the Charlotte City Council in North Carolina to approve a non-discrimination ordinance this week.

Watch: Ian McKellen Gets Emotional Reading Coming Out Letter

NATIONAL | Feb 9
British actor Ian McKellen got emotional reading a coming out letter from Michael Tolliver, the fictional character from Armistead Maupin's novel series "Tales of the City," during a recent series from "Letters Live."

Only In Florida: Man Charged In Bizarre Alligator Attack at Wendy's

CRIME | Feb 9
A Florida man was arrested and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon Monday for an incident last fall where he thew a living alligator through a drive-thru window of a Wendy's restaurant.

Red Lobster Enjoys Sales Surge After Mention in Beyonce Song

NATIONAL | Feb 9
Red Lobster says it's feeling the "Beyonce Bounce."

As President, Clinton Promises to Make LGBT Equality a Top Priority

POLITICS | Feb 9
During a campaign rally in New Hampshire Sunday, Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton said she promises that LGBT equality is "on the top of my priority list as a president."

Trans Male Model Lands Upcoming Men's Health Germany Cover

A male model recently made history by becoming the first transgender man to land an upcoming magazine cover for Men's Health Germany.

What Did Donald Trump Call Ted Cruz?

POLITICS | Feb 9
Did Donald Trump called Ted Cruz a vulgar term that describes a woman's genitals?

Harry Winston Introduces 'Countdown to a Cure' Timepiece to Benefit amfAR

AIDS | Feb 9
Harry Winston, Inc., today announced the launch of the Countdown to a Cure Timepiece, in honor of its second year of partnership with amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research.

Voter Calls Out Marco Rubio Over Gay Rights at NH Diner

POLITICS | Feb 9
A gay voter called out Sen. Marco Rubio, who was visiting a diner in Manchester, N.H., grilling the GOP presidential hopeful over his stance on LGBT rights.

Georgia Anti-Discrimination Measure Advances, But Expansion Denied

NATIONAL | By Kathleen Foody | Feb 9
A Georgia House panel approved a bill preventing businesses from discriminating based on race, country of origin or religion, a federal standard first set in the mid-1960s, after Republican members rejected an effort to add protection for LGBT people.

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