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Indiana lawmakers will consider a proposal that would throw out the state's contentious religious objections law and replace it with a statute its sponsor says aims to protect six fundamental rights.
(AP) The conflict between religious freedom and gay rights has a new battleground -- California's religious colleges and universities.
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WASHINGTON (AP) — A Washington museum will exhibit a sculpture that uses the blood of nine gay, bisexual and transgender men to protest the federal ban on blood donations from men who have sex with other men.
An Ohio judicial board has ruled that judges who perform weddings can't refuse same-sex couples based on personal, moral or religious beliefs.
More than 300 LGBT athletes featured in photo book
Deihlia Nye impacted one of her friends so much he tattooed her ashes above his heart.
Officials from the Boy Scouts of America acted on their controversial policy Monday and announced they have fired an openly gay leader of a Washington state-based troop after he "deliberately injected" his sexuality into scouting, Seattle’s NBC-affiliate station KING 5 News reports.
The Boy Scouts of America's youth membership fell 7.4 percent last year, continuing a decade-long decline for one of the nation's oldest youth organizations, a spokesman said Friday.
SEATTLE - The Boy Scouts of America is trying to shut down a local troop after it refused to remove its gay scoutmaster.
Following up on Thursday night's GOP presidential debate, hate group mouthpiece Bryan Fischer of the American Family Association took aim with Ohio Gov. John Kasich for his supportive answer about same-sex marriage that drew applause from the crowd in Cleveland, Right Wing Watch reports.
Provo, UT (KUTV) -- A BYU spokesman has confirmed gay marriage congratulatory cards were accidentally stocked on the shelves of the BYU store in Provo.
A former police officer from Long Beach, Calif., claims he was fired in 2011 because he is gay, CBS Los Angeles reports.
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- The latest economic data from Canada shows that it is inching toward recession, after its economy posted its fifth straight month of contraction.
After nearly five decades of discrimination by the Canadian government towards LGBT public servants, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the government will submit a formal apology.
CINCINNATI (AP) — The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cincinnati plans to update language in its teachers’ contract following a committee’s suggestions on its morality clauses.
Sammamish (KCPQ) -- The sudden resignation of a beloved swim coach and school administrator because of his gay wedding has shocked the students and staff at Eastside Catholic School.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Pope Francis refined his vision for the church last week when he said long-spurned divorced and remarried Catholics should be welcomed with "open doors." And he has famously parsed centuries of thought on homosexuality into a five-word quip: "Who am I to judge?"
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Charlotte has narrowly rejected a measure protecting people from discrimination because of their sexual orientation.
(CNN) -- Former Minnesota Viking and outspoken same-sex marriage supporter Chris Kluwe said Monday he is encouraged the NFL team is looking into his claims that he was released in May because he is an LGBT activist.
(CNN) Christian bakers who refused to make a cake that supported same-sex marriage lost their appeal of the ruling that found they discriminated against the man who ordered the cake.
LANCASTER, S.C. (AP) — A Presbyterian church in South Carolina says it is dropping its nearly 50-year association with the Boy Scouts after the organization agreed to allow gay leaders.
CINCINNATI - The doctrine of the Roman Catholic Church is so complex the Archdiocese of Cincinnati is giving teachers a cheat sheet on some of the things that can get them fired.
The city has officially approved rainbow crosswalks to be painted at the intersection of 10th Street and Piedmont Avenue, with the project scheduled to be completed just in time for the Atlanta Pride Festival in October.
City attorneys last week filed a lengthy brief denying any wrongdoing in the case of Bobbie E. Burnett, a transgender city employee who alleges pervasive workplace bias.
LAS VEGAS -- When the Democratic candidates for president take the stage for their first debate this week in Nevada, they'll do so in a state that serves as a reminder of why Hillary Rodham Clinton is the front-runner for the nomination.
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