The Advocate will compete for "Sexiest Cover of the Year" and "Best in News & Business" in the American Society of Magazine Editors’ annual Best Magazine Covers of the Year competition.
Maine Governor John Baldacci will be one of the headliners at a fundraiser to keep marriage rights for gay and lesbian couples safe from a ballot initiative in November.
Alan Turing was a mathematical genius whose work breaking German codes for the British during World War II contributed to the eventual Allied victory. But Turing was never knighted by the queen; instead he was subjected to a chemical castration when he was found guilty of "gross indecency" for having a gay relationship. He killed himself in 1954 at age 41, two years after that procedure.
Manhattan's Big Gay Ice Cream Truck, profiled in the September issue of The Advocate, has been nominated in the dessert category for a Vendy Award.
Charlize Theron, Dustin Lance Black, Rep. Tammy Baldwin, and activist Cleve Jones are among the 140 LGBT leaders and allies to officially endorse October's National Equality March on Washington, D.C.
Madonna world-premieres her new video, Spitzer considers a political comeback, and more.
Same-sex weddings began on Tuesday in Vermont, where two men from New York became the first gay couple to marry under the new law.
Bishop Harry Jackson isn’t giving up on his campaign to stop same-sex marriage in Washington D.C. without a fight. Despite the drubbing he took this summer before the D.C. Board of Elections and Ethics, Jackson released a statement Monday saying he and other opponents of marriage equality would file an initiative request with the elections board Tuesday.
This fall Vermonters can pack on the pounds and feel good about it. Famed Vermont ice cream maker Ben and Jerry's has taken the state's new marriage equality law to heart and renamed their much-loved flavor "Chubby Hubby" -- it will be called "Hubby Hubby" for the month of September.
On an August 31 appearance on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, Rachel Maddow revealed that her weeklong absence from her news-based program on MSNBC was due to H1N1 virus, commonly known as "swine flu."
Referendum 71, the measure that could overturn the expanded domestic-partnership law for same-sex couples in Washington, qualified for the November ballot on Tuesday, according to state election officials.
Former Miss California USA co–executive director Shanna Moakler responded sharply to the lawsuit filed by ousted beauty queen Carrie Prejean on Monday, saying through an attorney that Prejean’s charges of religious discrimination hold no merit.