Within moments of the announcement that, by a 61% margin, the Boy Scouts of America would be dropping its ban on gay scouts, denominations and faith groups offered their reactions.
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A group of Anoka-Hennepin residents will submit a petition to the school board Monday seeking removal of a member of its expanded Anti-Bullying Task Force.
While most new college graduates are looking for a job, Justin Chenette is looking for committee assignments at the State House in Augusta, Maine.
San Francisco health officials this week are warning homosexual men about a recent uptick in meningitis cases in the gay community in New York City and are suggesting vaccination in some cases.
In just a few hours at 12:01 am on Thursday, Dec. 6, JP Persall and her partner of 10 years Diana Wickman will become one of the first same-sex couples in Washington state to receive a marriage license.
Taylor Murphy, 29, is on trial for charges that he violently attacked his girlfriend, Claudia Charriez, a transgender model known for her appearance as a contestant on "American's Next Top Model."
The controversy continues over the formation of a policy on transgender students for the East Aurora School District.
The city has tapped former Greene County Judge Miles Sweeney to lead a citizen task force that will discuss whether action is needed to protect local gay and transgender residents from discrimination.
A sexual assault charge has been dropped against a University of Montana exchange student who struck another student after learning she was transgender.