Events 2006-04-20 Bowling fund-raiser for Project Angel Food, April 30 in Burbank, Calif. Project Angel Food, a Los Angeles organization that provides meals and nutrition services for HIV-
With eyes on the White House in 2008, former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani may be trying to distance himself from his reputation for being pro-choice and pro–gay rights.
News 2006-04-20 School board chairman apologizes, sort of, for antigay slur Palm Beach County, Fla.'s school board chairman has apologized for referring to gays and lesbians as a "protected specie
Evangelist Jerry Falwell (pictured) on Monday lost a Supreme Court appeal of a case that sought to shut down a Web site with a similar name but views on gays opposite to his.
Antigay school to receive $11 million in state aid.
News 2006-04-19 Gay bookstore in Canada battles government for legal subsidy The supreme court of Canada will decide whether the government should have to underwrite the cost of a small gay-oriented
News 2006-04-19 Conviction overturned for death row inmate who killed gay man A federal appellate court on Tuesday threw out the conviction of a death row inmate in Cincinnati, ruling that his
Although Penn State has determined that women's basketball coach Rene Portland discriminated against a player because she was thought to be a lesbian, Portland will be kept on the payroll.
News 2006-04-19 Duke rape suspect also involved in gay-bashing case One of the two Duke University lacrosse players arrested in Durham, N.C., on Tuesday for kidnapping and raping a stripper was al