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After 20 Years, Wyoming Still Struggles with Matthew Shepard Murder

Arnold Schwarzenegger: 'I Stepped Over the Line' with Women

By Mead Gruver |
Two decades after Matthew Shepard was bludgeoned, tied to a rail fence and left to die in the cold, the emotions stirred up by his slaying linger in Wyoming, which struggles with i...

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Watch: Lindsey Graham Responds to Chelsea Handler's National Coming Out Day Tweet

Watch: Lindsey Graham Responds to Chelsea Handler's National Coming Out Day Tweet

Oct 15
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) is responding to comedian Chelsea Handler, who fired off a tweet suggesting the lawmaker come out as gay on National Coming Out Day last week.

Warren's DNA Test: 'Pocahontas' Pushback, Possible 2020 Prep

Warren's DNA Test: 'Pocahontas' Pushback, Possible 2020 Prep

By Laurie Kellman | Oct 15
Sen. Elizabeth Warren's release Monday of a DNA analysis that she does indeed have Native American ancestry is a pointed pushback to Donald Trump's derisive nickname for her.

Hate Crime? Openly Gay Candidate Reportedly Harassed with Vandalism, Epithet

Hate Crime? Openly Gay Candidate Reportedly Harassed with Vandalism, Epithet

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 15
Anti-gay vandalism targeted an openly gay Democratic City Council candidate in Redwood City, California. Police are investigating the incident as a hate crime.

Gay British Athlete  Posts Kissing Pic, 50 Unfollow on Instagram

Gay British Athlete Posts Kissing Pic, 50 Unfollow on Instagram

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 15
The shocker wasn't that very openly gay British Olympic race walker Tom Bosworth took to Instagram to post a photo of himself giving his husband a peck on the lips; the shocker was that 50 followers hastily unfollowed him.

The Lessons After Threats Drive a Black Legislator to Quit

The Lessons After Threats Drive a Black Legislator to Quit

By Lisa Rathke | Oct 15
Voters in this very liberal, very white state made Kiah Morris a pioneer when in 2014 they elected her as its first black female legislator. Not long after, another Vermont surfaced: racist threats that eventually forced her to leave office.

Army Expelled 500 Immigrant Recruits in 1 Year

Army Expelled 500 Immigrant Recruits in 1 Year

By Martha Mendoza and Garance Burke | Oct 15
Over the course of 12 months, the U.S. Army discharged more than 500 immigrant enlistees who were recruited across the globe for their language or medical skills and promised a fast track to citizenship.

In New Interview, Adam Rippon Says He was Called Gay Slur for Holding Hands with BF

In New Interview, Adam Rippon Says He was Called Gay Slur for Holding Hands with BF

Oct 15
In a new interview with Attitude magazine, Olympic figure skater opened up about recently being hit with anti-gay rhetoric.

Abrams Makes Historic Appearance at Atlanta LGBT Parade

Abrams Makes Historic Appearance at Atlanta LGBT Parade

Oct 15
Stacey Abrams has become the first major-party nominee for the Georgia governorship to participate in the Atlanta Pride Parade, one of the largest LGBT parades in the Southeast.

Episcopal Church Confronts Past Role in Sexual Exploitation

Episcopal Church Confronts Past Role in Sexual Exploitation

By David Crary | Oct 15
With striking displays of candor, the Episcopal Church is acknowledging the potency of the #MeToo movement by officially lamenting its past role in sexual exploitation and pledging steps to combat it.

Prince Harry and Meghan Expecting Their 1st Child in Spring

Prince Harry and Meghan Expecting Their 1st Child in Spring

By Rod McGuirk and Gregory Katz | Oct 15
Prince Harry and his wife, the Duchess of Sussex, are expecting their first child in the spring, Kensington Palace said Monday.

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