Poland’s Supreme Court said Wednesday that a same-sex partner can inherit the right to a deceased’s rented apartment.
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The president of the University of Georgia says he would like to begin offering health benefits to domestic partners.
Associate Justice Patricia Timmons-Goodson, the only black woman to ever serve on the North Carolina Supreme Court, announced Wednesday she’ll leave post next month, giving outgoing Gov. Beverly Perdue a chance to shape the state’s highest court.
An Augusta man has agreed to let a judge decide whether he’s guilty of fatally stabbing his domestic partner.
Wang Pinghe wants the tumor in his liver removed before it becomes life-threatening. But the 28-year-old Chinese villager knows it will be hard to find a hospital that will do the operation—because he has AIDS.
Augustana College in Rock Island will now allow same-sex ceremonies on campus.
A Detroit-area middle school teacher says she’s been suspended for playing a song about being gay during class.
The conversion therapy center being sued by gay men who paid the counselors to make them straight vowed it would continue to “assist those with unwanted same-sex attractions.”
Justices will meet privately Friday for a closed-door conference to decide if they will accept any of 10 pending appeals, essentially over whether a fundamental constitutional right for gays and lesbians to marry exists.