(Buenos Aires, Argentina) Is Argentina ready to become Latin America’s first nation to legalize gay marriage?
Gay and lesbian activists think so – and they have a growing number of supporters in Congress, which opened debate Thursday on whether to change dozens of laws that define marriage as a union between …
(Kansas City, Mo.) Kansas City Chiefs running back Larry Johnson, who made two gay slurs within a 24-hour period, was given what amounts to a one-game suspension Wednesday night, but Johnson’s agent said he would appeal.
Agent Peter Schaffer said the game check and other lost revenue would amount to about …
(Seattle) The new top federal prosecutor in Seattle knows the significance her role carries for many people: She’s apparently the nation’s first openly gay U.S. attorney.
But as a daughter of privilege – her dad was a powerful Democratic state senator, and she had all the benefits of a comfortable upbringing …
(Portland, Me.) A supporter and an opponent of same-sex marriage made their respective cases on live television Wednesday, less than a week before a statewide referendum on whether to allow gay marriage in Maine.
The referendum is about equality under the law, Mary Bonauto of Protect Maine Equality said in a …
REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENT
AT RECEPTION COMMEMORATING THE ENACTMENT OF THE MATTHEW SHEPARD AND JAMES BYRD, JR. HATE CRIMES PREVENTION ACT
5:45 P.M. EDT
THE PRESIDENT: Thank you so much, everybody. Thank you so much, and welcome to the White House.
There are several people here that I want to just make mention …
(Washington) For this accomplishment, President Barack Obama sought maximum publicity.
There was a bill signing at a wooden desk set up in the East Room, with the media invited, followed by a reception for joyous, champagne-sipping supporters and an address to them, again, from the East Room.
Obama was keeping a campaign …
Gay Mormons respond to elder
150 same-sex marriage supporters gathered at the RI State House and “aggravated” the gov.
The Times was criticized for covering the right’s anger towards Jennings without exposing the lies.
The Supreme Court shielded R-71 signatures as it hears a case on open-government laws.