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U.S.-Raised Organic Seafood Coming Soon

By Matthew Wexler | Apr 18
After more than a decade of delays, the government is moving toward allowing the sale of U.S.-raised organic fish and shellfish. But don't expect it in the grocery store anytime soon.

Fly the Coop: Helping Your Kids Buy a Home

Apr 18
Rising prices and a dearth of homes for sale in many markets have made it harder for many looking to buy their first home. Some parents are stepping in to help their kids

This "Virtual Pizza" Supports LGBT Equality

By Jason Parsley | Apr 18
More than $840,000 was raised in only 4 days to support an anti-gay Indiana pizzeria. In response, two counter campaigns continue to raise funds for LGBT causes.

Worker Sues US for Same-Sex Benefits Back Pay

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Apr 18
A longtime federal employee is accusing the government of not paying her back for health care costs because she's married to a woman, despite a 2013 U.S. Supreme Court ruling.

Prudence Wright Holmes Pays Tribute to LGBT Icon Willa Cather

By Doug Rule | Apr 18
The second woman to win a Pulitzer Prize for literature nearly a century ago, Willa Cather may not have ever called herself lesbian or transgender - but she did ask people to call her William.

'Now I Can Get Married... What Happens If I Get Divorced?'

By Philip M. Snyder | Apr 18
As a South Florida family law attorney, I am encountering more and more individuals (straight and gay) who enter into marriage completely naïve about the financial ramifications of a divorce. Here's brief primer.

Making a Fabric that Can Charge Your Electronics

Apr 18
Scientists are developing a fabric that can charge your electronic devices. CNET's Bridget Carey joins CBSN with more on how it works.

Dykes to Watch Out For... When You're on Broadway

By Winnie McCroy | Apr 18
Alison Bechdel's autobiographical graphic novel "Fun Home" goes from the page to the stage.

CIA Battles Misconceptions To Keep Nation Safe

By John McDonald | Apr 18
Of the 17 U.S. intelligence agencies, the CIA, Charles says is leading the way in terms of accepting LGBT people. However, the agency does deal with misconceptions.

Two-Step's Fancy Footwork

By John Riley | Apr 18
"Dancing is my therapy," says Patrick DiBattista of the DC Rawhides. "It's how I stay adjusted. Some people go to the gym and pump iron. I go dancing."

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