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Authorities Investigate Arson at Seattle Gay Club's NYE Party

Thu, 2014/01/02 - 2:07pm

Police and fire officials are currently investigating a fire that broke out at a popular gay club in Seattle, soon after midnight New Year's Eve, the Seattle Times reports.

Gay couple exchanges wedding vows on Rose Parade float

Thu, 2014/01/02 - 10:07am

A gay Los Angeles couple exchanged wedding vows atop a flower-covered float trundling through Pasadena on Wednesday as part of the nationally televised Tournament of Roses Parade, capping a momentous year for same-sex marriage in the United States.

Debate on gay marriage set for Franklin College

Thu, 2014/01/02 - 5:52am

Former Indiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Randall Shepard will moderate a debate on the state's proposed constitutional ban on same-sex marriage.

At Spirit on Lake, older members of Minneapolis' gay community find a lasting safe haven

Thu, 2014/01/02 - 1:38am

Lucretia Kirby was on her own for the first time in years after her partner's death.

Rescue begins for icebound ship in Antarctica

Thu, 2014/01/02 - 1:38am

A new apartment complex in Minneapolis is providing a place to call home for a group of people who often struggle to find one: older, low-income gays and lesbians.

At Spirit on Lake, gay seniors find safe haven

Thu, 2014/01/02 - 1:37am

A new apartment complex in Minneapolis is providing a place to call home for a group of people who often struggle to find one: older, low-income gays and lesbians.

Pants On Fire: Five Gays Who Lied About Being Victims Of Hate Crimes

Wed, 2014/01/01 - 11:28pm

Though Dayna Morales and Sarah Bray were liars who duped the media and general public into believing they were victims of antigay discrimination, they're just the latest in the trend of hoaxes by gays who are looking for attention, money, or both.

Boy Scouts open ranks to gay youth on Jan. 1

Wed, 2014/01/01 - 7:18pm

The Boy Scouts of America will accept openly gay youths starting on New Year's Day, a historic change that has prompted the BSA to ponder a host of potential complications - ranging from policies on tentmates and showers to whether Scouts can march in gay pride parades.

Gay couple to wed on float in 125th Rose Parade

Wed, 2014/01/01 - 3:04pm

Two gay men for the first time will marry Wednesday on a float during one of the most famous holiday parades in the U.S. Aubrey Loots and Danny Leclair will be perched on a giant wedding-cake-shaped platform in a ceremony that will be watched by millions as part of the 125th Rose Parade on New Year's Day.

10 Reasons We Still Need HIV Research and Care

Wed, 2014/01/01 - 1:59pm

Finding a cure, searching for a vaccine, lowering rates of infection: that's why HIV research is needed As 2014 begins, EDGE looks at the year in review, revisiting the top reasons that our community must continue the fight for HIV research, the search for a vaccine and the fight for a cure, in the midst of countless phony panaceas.

Gay couples sue over Kansas tax filing policy

Wed, 2014/01/01 - 9:49am

Two married gay couples in Kansas are suing to overturn a state policy preventing them from filing joint state income tax returns, arguing that the requirement is discriminatory and puts the couples "in second-tier" unions.

Openly gay youth welcome in Boy Scouts

Wed, 2014/01/01 - 6:40am

Boy Scouts of America made the decision in May to accept them into their ranks. The resolution took effect when the new year rang in.

On sex, drugs and spying: The surprises of 2013

Wed, 2014/01/01 - 2:25am

Heather, left, and Jax Collins of West Jordan, Utah, join hundreds of other same-sex couples descending on county clerk offices around the state of Utah on Dec. 22 to request marriage licenses.

10 Things to Expect in 2014

Wed, 2014/01/01 - 2:25am

What should one expect in the new year? 2013 was very momentous, as you saw in our "year in review" articles that were published in the previous two issues.

Bill de Blasio sworn in as 109th mayor of NYC.

Wed, 2014/01/01 - 1:20am

Bill de Blasio was sworn in as the 109th mayor of New York City on Wednesday, becoming the first Democrat to occupy City Hall in more than two decades while vowing to pursue a sweeping liberal agenda for the... Bill de Blasio was sworn in as the 109th mayor of New York City on Wednesday, becoming the first Democrat to occupy City Hall in more than ... (more)

Anti-Gay Mass. Activist Warns Against Repealing Jamaica's 'Buggery Law'

Tue, 2013/12/31 - 9:06pm

An anti-gay Massachusetts activist traveled to Jamaica this month to speak against the repeal of the island's sodomy prevision, saying it would lead to rampant sexually transmitted diseases.

'Duck Dynasty' couple to guest on Fox News special

Tue, 2013/12/31 - 7:01pm

"Duck Dynasty" star Willie Robertson will talk about his outspoken father as he helps Fox News Channel ring in the new year.

Murder-suicide suspected in 4 California deaths

Tue, 2013/12/31 - 4:56pm

Utah took its fight against gay marriage to the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday, asking the high court to suspend same-sex unions that became legal when a judge struck down the state's voter-approved ban.

Driver, Mich., Office Won't Change Name After Gay Marriage

Tue, 2013/12/31 - 3:56pm

Don't count on driver's license officials in Michigan accepting name changes for gay marrieds.

Rob Moretti Seeks 'Truth'

Tue, 2013/12/31 - 3:56pm

Rob Moretti has built an impressive show business career, both in front of and behind the camera.