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Healey to Take Oath as Massachusetts's 55th Attorney General

By Steve LeBlanc | Jan 21
Attorney General-elect Maura Healey is vowing to use regular public meetings, online forums and social media to keep an open door with the public.

In State of the Union, Obama Aims to Influence 2016 Debate

By Julie Pace | Jan 20
Key elements of the economic proposals President Barack Obama will outline in his State of the Union address Tuesday appear to be aimed at driving the debate in the 2016 election on income inequality and middle-class economic issues.

'Sniper' Success Reveals Power Of Conservative Audience

By Jake Coyle | Jan 20
Empty seats were hard to come by at Clint Eastwood's "American Sniper" over the holiday weekend, where the R-rated Iraq War drama - all words seldom attached to "blockbuster" - rolled to the kind of runaway success that makes Hollywood take notice.

Advocates Look to ICE to Address Violence Against LGBTs In Immigration

By EDGE | Jan 16
LGBT advocates look to Sarah SaldaƱa, the next head of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, to use her authority to address the increasing crisis of physical and sexual violence against LGBT and HIV-positive immigrants.

Virginia Panel Won't Broaden Hate Crime Law to Protect LGBTs

Jan 15
A bill that would add sexual orientation to the definition of hate crimes is dead in Virginia.

RNC Panel Censures Anti-Gay Michigan Member Over Racist Article

Jan 15
The Republican National Committee's executive committee voted Wednesday to censure Michigan Republican Dave Agema and seek his resignation after he linked to a racist article from Facebook

NC Republicans Turn to SCOTUS to Keep Marriage Ban

By EDGE | Jan 15
A pair of GOP lawmakers are turning to the U.S. Supreme Court to reinstate the ban on gay marriage in North Carolina.

In Presidential Politics, Does Grammar Really Matter?

By Ken Thomas | Jan 14
Outside of a grade-school classroom, there may be no one paying as much attention to matters of grammar than those trying to predict who is going to run for president. They'll argue that verb tense matters. Until it doesn't matter at all.

Justin Bieber Crashes Log Cabin Republicans' Meeting

By Jason St. Amand | Jan 14
Justin Bieber crashed the Los Angeles chapter of the conservative gay group Log Cabin Republicans' meeting on Monday.

Texas GOP Reps to Introduce Bill to Ban LGBT Rights Laws

By Jason St. Amand | Jan 14
Four Republican lawmakers from Texas are readying to introduce a new bill that would prohibit cities and counties from adopting laws that would protect LGBT people from discrimination.

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