Now that the Employment Non-Discrimination Act has passed the U.S. Senate, it's up to the Republican-controlled House of Representatives to get the long-languishing legislation to President Obama's desk intact.
Gov. Pat Quinn scheduled a signing ceremony in Chicago, but some activists want to see at least one more elsewhere in the state.
When Harry decided to pop the question to his boyfriend, Lance, he coordinated a flash mob proposal worthy of a fairy tale.
For the first time in U.S. history, the Senate approved the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, by a bipartisan vote of 64-32, sending the legislation to the House of Representatives.
The bishops outline typical complaints about the Employment Non-Discrimination Act in a letter to the U.S. Senate, such as that it 'threatens religious liberty.'