The ruling Socialist Party says equality will be possible “only after broad support has built up for it in society,” in and out of politics.
Allan Spear of Minnesota, one of the nation’s first out gay legislators, dies at 71; he fought for 19 years to pass a state antidiscrimination law.
The court rules 4-3 that same-sex couples can’t constitutionally be denied freedom to marry, and that the state’s civil-union law isn’t enough.
In a televised appeal to members, senior elders lay out a week-by-week strategy up to Nov. 4, saying the Lord “will bless you for your involvement” in ending marriage equality.
A legislative panel investigating Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin finds she unlawfully abused her authority in firing the state’s public safety commissioner.
Straight San Diego firefighters forced to be in a Pride parade claim they were humiliated by taunts and sexual gestures from parade watchers.
Thirty-two clergy in 22 states defiantly make political endorsements from the pulpit Sunday in an effort orchestrated by the anti-gay Alliance Defense Fund.
A clause recognizing “the family in its diverse types” could pave the way to same-sex unions in the document championed by the country’s leftist leader.
Nearly 10 years after the college student was fatally beaten in a hate crime that shocked the nation, his mom says America, and Laramie, have come a long way.