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Gay Refugee Beheaded In Istanbul

By Nathan James A young, gay Syrian refugee, fleeing ISIS terror in his native country, has been beheaded and mutilated, his gay roommates and Istanbul authorities said today. Muhammed Wisam Sankari, who first came to...

Globalization or Isolation? US Voters Weigh in on Economy

By Aru Pande PHILADELPHIA — The air outside this factory in Northeast Philadelphia once smelled of cookies. But the aroma, along with the 350 workers who for decades made Oreos and Ritz crackers disappeared last year...

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Sony Corporation of America Opens Sony Square NYC

NEW YORK - Sony Corporation of America today announced the opening of Sony Square NYC, a showplace for the latest in Sony entertainment and technology. Located in the Company's New York City headquarters at 25...

Soledad O’Brien For Weekly Political Magazine “Matter of Fact”

  NEW YORK - Hearst Television has partnered with journalist and producer Soledad O'Brien for its acclaimed political magazine program, "Matter of Fact." The groundbreaking syndicated show, now a "firm go" for a second season,...


I Crossed A State Line–And Became a Second Class Citizen

It's high summer, and like millions of other Americans, I embarked upon that most common of seasonal activities, a road trip. This time, though, I was leaving my Pennsylvania home for a different kind...

Staying High in These Days of Going Low

When we see hate speech and injustice, we must hold tight to Michelle Obama’s words.   First Lady Michelle Obama’s speech on the opening night of the Democratic National Convention rocked, and her words and advice...

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Legendary Barry Gibb Releases Solo Album

NEW YORK - Columbia Records has announced legendary Grammy award winning singer/songwriter/producer Barry Gibb will release his first solo album involving new material, In The Now, on October 7. The surviving member of one of...

DJ Tony Moran Sings on “High”

His Tribute Single Benefiting Orlando Pulse Victims Three of the biggest names in club music are sending love to Orlando, releasing a music video and song to help victims of the Pulse nightclub shootings. Tony Moran,...

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Team Kellogg’s Simone Biles Takes Home Five Gymnastics Medals

BATTLE CREEK, Mich.- Simone Biles, U.S. Olympic gymnast and member of Team Kellogg's, took the gold medal yesterday in the floor competition, bringing her total to five total medals at the Olympic Games. Biles...

Reporter Who Outed Gay Athletes At Olympics Sent Home

By Nathan James Nico Hines, the Daily Beast reporter who sparked international outrage by exposing Olympic athletes as gay, by creating a false Grindr profile, has been involuntarily sent home from Rio de Janeiro, the...

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Pink Saturday 2014. (Screenshot from video by Billy Green)

San Francisco’s Pink Saturday 2014. (Screenshot from video by Billy Green)

Memorial Service Arranged For Detroit LGBT Pioneer

A Memorial Service for Jeffrey Montgomery, a Detroit-area LGBT pioneer who founded the Triangle Foundation (today known as Equality Michigan), following his death last month at age 63. Montgomery, who became an LGBT advocate after...

SF Gay Community gets new wine

PASO ROBLES, Calif.- Chronic Cellars, founded by brothers Jake and Josh Beckett in 2008, recently partnered with the SF LGBT Center for a two-month fundraising promotion that started in July. The sales incentive program...




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