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The far-flung attacks claimed by Islamic State militants and the intensifying global effort to crush them added up to a grim, gripping yearlong saga that was voted the top news story of 2015, according to The Associated Press' annual poll of U.S. editors and news directors.
NEW YORK (AP) - Longtime "60 Minutes" correspondent Bob Simon, who covered riots, Academy Award-nominated movies and wars and was held captive for more than a month in Iraq two decades ago, died in a car crash on Wednesday. He was 73.
A gay cruise in reverse, a Miami nightclub skipping out on paying its workers and a publisher’s blistering open letter to the owners of a piano bar. These stories top the list of heavy hitters, in terms of website traffic, in 2015 on SFGN.com
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McWhite's funeral home in Fort Lauderdale was hit with a $85,000 fine by the federal government after it was discovered its owner was abusing employees.
Gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender news bites for the week.
This week, OKCupid and the Family Research Council
This weekend Walt Disney World Resorts plays host to another year of magical parties fashioned for LGBT people and their friends.
One of the many reasons why life is just better here is due to the local news coverage provided to residents of our Island City.
Collins invited to SOTU speech
Openly gay NBA player, Jason Collins, is among the guests who will sit with first lady Michelle Obama Tuesday when President Barack Obama delivers the annual State of the Union address.
Michael Sam, Brangelina, and Don Lemon...
Mark Segal, the longest-running publisher of a U.S.-based LGBT publication, the Philadelphia Gay News (PGN), said it was a comment on TV that caught his attention, drew his ire, and birthed the idea for a collaborative news project.