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Straight But Not Narrow NYPD Officer Moves Thousands with Uplifting Pride Post
Straight But Not Narrow NYPD Officer Moves Thousands with Uplifting Pride Post

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Straight But Not Narrow NYPD Officer Moves Thousands with Uplifting Pride Post

Straight But Not Narrow NYPD Officer Moves Thousands with Uplifting Pride Post

At the end of a Pride season that saw a group of protestors in the New York City's Pride March claim "there are no queer friendly cops," one straight member of the NYPD buoyed spirits and showed the true meaning of the word "ally."

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Salt Lake City Man Pleads Guilty in Husband's Fire Death

Salt Lake City Man Pleads Guilty in Husband's Fire Death

By Lindsay Whitehurst | Jun 28
A Utah man pleaded guilty Tuesday to murder and arson charges in the house-fire death of his husband, a well-known Salt Lake City restaurateur and LGBT pioneer.

Serbia's Next Premier: EU Membership, Modernization Priority

Serbia's Next Premier: EU Membership, Modernization Priority

By Jovana Gec | Jun 28
Serbia's prime minister designate said Wednesday her future government's goal is membership in the European Union along with modernization of the troubled Balkan country.

German Parliament Set to Vote Friday on Gay Marriage

German Parliament Set to Vote Friday on Gay Marriage

Jun 28
The German Parliament plans to vote Friday on whether to legalize same-sex marriage - only days after Chancellor Angela Merkel backed off her conservative party's long-standing refusal to budge on the issue.

Supreme Court Term Ended Much Different Than it Began

Supreme Court Term Ended Much Different Than it Began

By Mark Sherman | Jun 28
The Supreme Court began its term nine months ago with Merrick Garland nominated to the bench, Hillary Clinton favored to be the next president, and the court poised to be controlled by Democratic appointees for the first time in 50 years.

Arizona Supreme Court to Rule on Same-Sex Parental Rights

Arizona Supreme Court to Rule on Same-Sex Parental Rights

By Bob Christie | Jun 28
Arizona's highest court on Tuesday struggled how to balance U.S. Supreme Court rulings requiring equal treatment for married gay couples with a state law that doesn't recognize the parental rights of a lesbian woman who is divorcing her spouse.

NYC Man Who Uses Walker Becomes Victim of Post-Pride Anti-Gay Attack

NYC Man Who Uses Walker Becomes Victim of Post-Pride Anti-Gay Attack

Jun 27
Hate took an even uglier turn in New York City's Chelsea neighborhood on Monday when a man who used a walker was beaten in an anti-gay attack as he waited for bus in broad daylight.

NYC Subway Train Derails, Scaring Passengers and Injuring 34

NYC Subway Train Derails, Scaring Passengers and Injuring 34

By David Porter | Jun 27
A subway train derailed near a station in Harlem on Tuesday, frightening passengers and resulting in minor injuries as hundreds of people were evacuated from trains along the subway line.

Fenway Says 22M Would Lose Health Insurance Under Senate Plan

Fenway Says 22M Would Lose Health Insurance Under Senate Plan

Jun 27
The CBO projects that the Better Care Reconciliation Act, a U.S. Senate bill to repeal and replace the 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), would result in 22 million Americans losing their health insurance by 2026.

Trump Holds First Talks with Ireland's New Prime Minister

Trump Holds First Talks with Ireland's New Prime Minister

Jun 27
President Donald Trump has held his first telephone conversation with Ireland's new prime minister, Leo Varadkar.

Lacking Full GOP Support, Senate Delays Trumpcare Vote

Lacking Full GOP Support, Senate Delays Trumpcare Vote

By Alan Fram and Erica Werner | Jun 27
In a bruising setback, Senate Republican leaders are delaying a vote on their prized health care bill until after the July 4 recess, forced to retreat by a GOP rebellion that left them lacking enough votes to even begin debating the legislation

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