WASHINGTON (AP) _ Hillary Rodham Clinton is embarking on a book tour this week that will feature overtones of a potential presidential campaign in 2016 and could offer a window into the former Secretary of State's stamina and how she might present her rationale for another White House bid.
Move over Michele Bachmann, "crazy" has a new face!
There’s a gay revolution brewing in Dallas, and it’s against an unlikely foe: the Pride Parade.
As the 2014 gubernatorial race begins to heat up in Florida, the LGBT community will be turning to our local community publications in hopes of finding an unbiased moderator to facilitate dialogue and debate between all candidates vying for the highest elected office in the Sunshine State. But last week when the publishers of the South Florida Gay News and the Florida Agenda were partying-it-up at the home of Fort Lauderdale City Commissioner Dean Trantalis, the journalistic integrity of our community's publications was compromised.
(CNN) -- When is a kiss not just a kiss? When it's a political undoing. On Monday, a Louisiana newspaper posted a video showing freshman Louisiana Rep. Vance McAllister, a conservative Christian and married father of five, in an extended passionate kiss. In his government office. With someone other than his wife.
CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) — Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Nan Rich touted her liberal credentials and questioned rival Charlie Crist's credibility Friday as she fights for her party's nomination.
WAVELAND, Miss. (AP) — A Mississippi mayor has joined hundreds of others across the country to publicly support same sex marriage.
Rep. David Jolly (R-FL) announced his support for same-sex marriage on Monday even though he is Christian and believes in "traditional" marriage, the Washington Post reports.
CHICAGO (AP) - An advocacy group supporting gay and lesbians causes in Illinois is bolstering the campaign funds of two Republican lawmakers.
WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) -- A New Zealand government minister who gained brief international fame last year for a lively speech in support of gay marriage has resigned his portfolios after inappropriately contacting police about their investigation into an associate.
(CNN) -- Despite objections from popular Republican Sens. Marco Rubio, Rand Paul and Ted Cruz, it seem the much-criticized budget deal will get final congressional approval this week, sidestepping the cooked-up dramas that have come to define the 113th Congress.
(CNN) -- Who needs Fourth of July fireworks when you have Joan Rivers around?
Your article highlighting Charlie Crist's phony excuse for leaving the Republican Party because of racism and homophobia is very disappointing and quite frankly, irresponsible at best. South Florida Gay News is a well respected LGBT publication with a large statewide and national readership.
The Miami Log Cabin Republican (LCR) Club, hosted an historic reception for two Gay Republican Congressional candidates: Carl DeMaio and Richard Tisei, from San Diego, CA and Lynnfield, MA, respectively.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (dih BLAH’-zee-oh) says he won’t be marching in the nation’s largest St. Patrick’s Day parade.
Orlando – Despite a push from local LGBT activists, Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs did not come out in favor of marriage equality during her 2014 State of the County Address.
[Recently] Coral Gables healthcare tycoon Miguel B. “Mike” Fernandez hosted a Sunday afternoon barbecue with Gov. Rick Scott, Scott’s wife Ann and key members of the governor’s campaign finance team.
As Florida’s August Democratic Primary for the 2014 gubernatorial election approaches, Florida’s LGBT voters hope to elect a leader with a solid record as a champion for equality and one who is capable of solving Florida’s many challenges. Whoever is elected as Florida’s Governor will also likely have the opportunity to choose the next Supreme Court Justices.
Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter is among a coalition of mayors urging the U.S. Supreme Court to mandate marriage equality across the nation.
Here is a wake up call for those criticizing this newspaper’s transparent support of Charlie Crist’s gubernatorial campaign. Of course we are taking a position. Newspapers are not potted plants.