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Why June is LGBTQ+ Pride Month

The short answer is Stonewall, but there's more to Pride history.

The country did a complete 180 on a once-divisive issue starting 20 years ago

The vast majority of Americans opposed same-sex marriage on May 17, 2004, when the first same-sex couples took their vows after a court decision in Massachusetts. Well, times have changed.

Former U.S. Sen. Joe Lieberman, champion of 'don't ask, don't tell' repeal, dead at 82

Lieberman, who was Al Gore's running mate in 2000, leaves a largely pro-LGBTQ+ record.

Biden sacrifices LGBTQ+ Pride flags at U.S. embassies to pass 'critical' spending bill (exclusive)

The Biden administration has agreed to ban LGBTQ+ Pride flags from flying at U.S. embassies in order to fund numerous health initiatives, including the AIDS relief plan.

Out State Dept. official Ned Price to be deputy to U.N. ambassador

Price's "judgment and expertise will be a tremendous asset," said Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield.

​Dr. Fauci Calls Out Homophobic Lawmakers: 'The Antigay Attitude of People Is as Bad' As He's Ever Seen

On World AIDS Day, the world’s foremost authority on the disease says it’s time for us to be "very, very, very aggressive on pushing back" against the dangers caused by the extreme right.

20 Years Ago Today Massachusetts Made History by Ruling in Favor of Marriage Equality

The ruling from the state's Supreme Judicial Court made Massachusetts the first in the nation with equal marriage rights.

George W. Bush Calls Out Republicans Trying to End HIV Program PEPFAR

The former president urged Congress to continue funding PEPFAR, a program that was created under his presidency that’s saved more than 25 million lives.