The latest casualty of the long-running Protestant conflicts over the Bible and homosexuality is a massive network of social service agencies that work in areas ranging from adoption to disaster relief.
Archive for July, 2011
Newly-elected Utah Democratic Party Chairman Jim Dabakis last week became the first openly gay person to lead a state party in Utah, and he’s got a tough road ahead.
Two men who were injured during a bar check at a gay lounge have settled with the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission.
The secretary of the Navy has censured the former commander of a fighter squadron at Oceana Naval Air Station, partly for sexual harassing a subordinate.
Prosecutors told jurors that surveillance footage of a teen murder defendant fighting in juvenile hall proves the boy has a violent nature.
Gay military veterans will be honored Tuesday during the city of Chicago’s 9th annual salute.
A look at the stories of several gay couples who were married in New York on July 24.
With a rainbow-lit Niagara Falls as a backdrop early Sunday, Lambert, 54, and Rudd, 53, were among the first gay couples to tie the knot with the blessing of the state, which last month became the sixth and largest to sanction gay marriage.
A gay advocacy group is suing to block a New Hampshire town from shutting down a group home for people with HIV, AIDS and Hepatitis C.