Six board members of the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation have resigned amid the fallout over the organization's letter in support of AT&T’s proposed bid for wireless rival T-Mobile.
America's new Miss USA, Alyssa Campanella, a former Miss California, couldn't be more different from Carrie Prejean, the anti–marriage equality Miss California from 2009.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo told reporters late yesterday that he expects Republicans to bring the marriage equality bill to the floor for a vote. Politicker NY reports: “I’m cautiously optimistic when it comes for a vote that it’s going...
My friend and fellow blogger, longtime activist David Mixner is having a one-man show in July at NYC's Dixon Place: From his chair on a countryside 'Front Porch' set, David will captivate his guests with a fascinating personal and historical...
Right now, your utility bill is almost as bad as your taxes. I keep imagining saying 20 years from now, "I can't believe we ever lived in a time where we had no transparency into how we used our energy."
Most pro football players would give anything to get a Super Bowl ring. David Tyree, the hero of the 2007 title game, is ready to give his up.
Comedian Tracy Morgan was in Nashville, Tenn., Tuesday to issue an apology to the lesbian and gay community after an anti-gay rant during his June 3 show there drew fire.
With New York state's same-sex marriage vote likely to come any day (or hour) now, President Obama is strongly hinting that he'll soon have a brand-new position on the issue to share with the country.
It seemed like an odd endorsement: a national gay advocacy group writing the federal government to support a proposed merger of cellphone companies.
As she prepared to stand trial this week for officiating a 2009 same-sex wedding in violation of United Methodist Church rules, the Rev. Amy DeLong cast her defense as part of a larger movement to reform the church’s stance against openly gay clergy and same-sex unions.