HOUSTON - Astros pitcher Jarred Cosart has apologized after he reportedly used a gay slur to describe pop star Justin Bieber when he tweeted a message to a former teammate.
(CNN) Rodrigo Duterte, the Philippines' firebrand president, is not known for being diplomatic.
When his friend was called a homophobic slur, John Conor Kennedy stood in to help.
He may be small, be he sure is tough.
(WB) Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (D-N.Y.) has set his sight on becoming the next chair of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, which would make him the first openly gay leader of the political arm for House Democrats if elected.
(EDGE) The captain for the Anaheim Ducks was slapped with a $10,000 fine from the National Hockey League for repeatedly calling a referee a "cocksucker" during a Thursday game, Outsports reports.
(EDGE) A gay New Yorker is suing the NYPD claiming that while he was in the middle of having an asthma attack he was grabbed by two cops, called a "f*cking faggot," placed in a chokehold and arrested. He is seeking $6 million in damages.
The California Historical Society is in the process of digitizing two collections of photographs and negatives from the wild and heady early days of LGBT liberation in San Francisco.
(EDGE) The Toronto Blue Jays player who was suspended last month for using gay slurs at a rival star is donating his fortified salary to two LGBT organizations in Toronto, ESPN reports.
Violence, racism, xenophobia and homophobia took over Charlottesville, Virginia this weekend.