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EU Keeps LGBT-Hostile Polish Towns Out of Local Fund Program
Watch: Hearse Carrying Rep. John Lewis Pauses at LGBTQ Rainbow Crosswalk in Atlanta
Arrest Made in Assault of Boston-Area Man Attacked for Displaying LGBTQ Flag

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Watch: Hearse Carrying Rep. John Lewis Pauses at LGBTQ Rainbow Crosswalk in Atlanta

EU Keeps LGBT-Hostile Polish Towns Out of Local Fund Program

By Kilian Melloy |
The hearse carrying the body of Georgia Congressman John Lewis came to a stop at a rainbow-themed crosswalk in Atlantic, GA, in acknowledgement of the lawmaker's commitment to...

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Prosecutor Seeking Trump's Taxes Cites Probe of His Business

Prosecutor Seeking Trump's Taxes Cites Probe of His Business

By Larry Neumeister | Aug 3
A Manhattan prosecutor trying to get President Donald Trump's tax returns told a judge Monday that he was justified in demanding them, citing public reports of "extensive and protracted criminal conduct at the Trump Organization."

Portia de Rossi Speaks Out Over Wife Ellen DeGeneres Backlash: 'I Stand by Ellen'

Portia de Rossi Speaks Out Over Wife Ellen DeGeneres Backlash: 'I Stand by Ellen'

Aug 3
Porita de Rossi is showing support for her her wife Ellen DeGeneres after reports that the talkshow host wants to quit her show following reports of a toxic work environment and other serious accusations.

Frank Ocean's Teenage Brother Killed in Car Accident

Frank Ocean's Teenage Brother Killed in Car Accident

By Kevin Schattenkirk | Aug 3
Ryan Breaux, the teenage brother out musician Frank Ocean was killed in a car accident in California on Sunday morning.

Authorities: Professor Died By Suicide After Backlash

Authorities: Professor Died By Suicide After Backlash

Aug 3
The death of a North Carolina professor, who recently announced his retirement amid backlash for comments he made on social media that included calling the state's governor "Massa Cooper," has been ruled a suicide.

Report: Retired Pope Benedict XVI Ill After Visit to Germany

Report: Retired Pope Benedict XVI Ill After Visit to Germany

Aug 3
Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI has fallen ill after his return from a trip to his native Bavaria to visit his brother, who died a month ago, a German newspaper reported Monday.

Co-Working and Co-Existing in the New Home Office Minefield

Co-Working and Co-Existing in the New Home Office Minefield

Aug 3
Everyone is essentially receiving a crash course in how to adapt to pandemic life - and for many people, that crash course includes learning to work from home — often with your spouse or significant other.

Watch: Suspect in Assault on Boston-Area Gay Man Arraigned on Hate Crime Charges

Watch: Suspect in Assault on Boston-Area Gay Man Arraigned on Hate Crime Charges

By Kilian Melloy | Aug 3
A suspect in the assault on a Boston-area gay man in his own front yard has been arraigned on hate crime and other charges, and is scheduled for a dangerousness hearing later this week.

Relaxed: Dressed-Down Look is Making NBA Coaches Happy

Relaxed: Dressed-Down Look is Making NBA Coaches Happy

By Tim Reynolds | Aug 3
At the restart of the season at Walt Disney World, the dress code has been relaxed to allow polos, slacks, even sneakers — and coaches are thankful.

What Seniors Can Expect as Their New Normal in a Post-Vaccine World

What Seniors Can Expect as Their New Normal in a Post-Vaccine World

By Bruce Horovitz | Aug 3
Experts say that in the aftermath of the pandemic, everything will change, from the way older folks receive health care to how they travel and shop. Also overturned: their work life and relationships with one another.

Gay Officer Who Settled Suit Will Resign from Diversity Unit

Gay Officer Who Settled Suit Will Resign from Diversity Unit

Aug 3
A gay St. Louis County police lieutenant who settled a discrimination lawsuit against the police department for $10.25 million said Friday he is resigning from his job as commander of the department's new diversity and inclusion unit.

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