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A Timeline of our LGBT History After Stonewall

By Mike Halterman | Oct 4
Nearly all of us can remember a time when being out and proud meant risking something - whether it be rejection from one's family or the loss of employment. How far have we come since 1969?

More Rain, Flooding Forecast Along Soggy East Coast

By Seth Borenteindavid Disheneau | Oct 3
Even with Hurricane Joaquin no longer as big of a threat, the weekend promises little relief for the most waterlogged parts of the East Coast.

Women Angered Over Drug Deal Ripoff Calls Cops

By EDGE | Oct 3
A Ft. Myers woman reportedly called 911 to report to the police that her drug dealer hadn't doled out the right amount of drugs, and got arrested herself.

HRC to Honor Tim Cook at National Dinner

By John Riley | Oct 3
The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) announced that Apple CEO Tim Cook will receive HRC's Visibility Award at its 19th annual HRC National Dinner on Saturday, Oct. 3.

North Carolina Local Nondiscrimination Ordinances Stay Intact

By John Riley | Oct 3
A bill that was amended to potentially strip away the ability of local municipalities from enacting their own ordinances was defeated Tuesday after a bloc of Republicans in the North Carolina House of Representatives defected.

$7.3M Verdict Against Lady Gaga's Former Boyfriend Tossed

Oct 2
Lady Gaga's first producer and former boyfriend has been given a new trial after a judge overturned an order that he pay $7.3 million to the Hollywood songwriter who discovered the singer.

Davis' Lawyer Disputes Vatican Description of Meeting

Oct 2
Kim Davis' attorney is disputing the Vatican's description and interpretation of her Sept. 24 meeting with Pope Francis.

Ak-Chin Woman Sues Tribe to Recognize Same-Sex Marriage

Oct 2
A member of the Ak-Chin Indian Community in a same-sex marriage is suing the tribe to recognize the union.

Strong Support for Guns in Town Shocked By College Shooting

By Jeff Barnard | Oct 2
Hunting deer, elk and bear in the surrounding hills and fishing for salmon and steelhead have strong followings in southern Oregon's timber country, made famous by Western writer Zane Gray, who counted the North Umpqua River his favorite place to fish.

Chick-fil-A Opening NYC Outpost in National Push

By Candice Choi | Oct 2
Chick-fil-A is opening an outpost in New York City on Saturday, marking a high-profile milestone in its push to become a bigger national player.

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