Ten days before the vote on Prop. 8, campaign finance records show that total contributions for and against the measure have surpassed $60 million.
Just a month ago, a bubbly Jennifer Hudson was running down the list of all the projects that she expected would soon dominate her life.
Out chief of staff Charles O’Byrne says he’s paid more than $200,000 he owed in back taxes to 2005; his boss, New York’s governor, stands by him.
Transwomen’s pay falls by nearly a third after transition, and 90 percent of trans bias lawsuits involve wronged former men, two economics professors conclude.
Anthony Morley admitted the grisly killing but denied murder, citing “mitigating circumstances” and his early victimization by a sex predator.
U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker slams his Democratic challenger in a TV ad that uses actors dressed like the Village People to represent a gay rights group.
Gays had criticized the talk-show icon (and new bride) for not giving money to the campaign to defeat Prop. 8 or otherwise lending her star presence to the cause.
New Health Minister Barbara Hogan’s speech marks an official end to 10 years of denial that helped make a relatively rich nation the epicenter of global AIDS.
But the NIH’s Anthony Fauci won’t give up the fight: “Vaccines have been the most cost-effective health interventions in history and continue to be so.”
Iowa congressional candidate David Hartsuch is told he can’t give a speech for McCain because he was quoted as saying gays call straights “breeders.”