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San Francisco: Gay Pride parade turns into celebration on an epic scale
The Pride parade came into existence 43 years ago as a reaction to the Stonewall incident, during which New York cops beat up several drag queens in a gay bar. This year's event took its marching orders from a slightly more exalted law enforcement entity -- the U.S. Supreme Court.
Archbishop of San Francisco clarifies controversial Catholic high schools' sex doctrine in teacher contract
New contract and handbook language proposed by the Roman Catholic archbishop of San Francisco this week warning Catholic high school faculty and staff that homosexual relations and other sexual activities outside of marriage are "gravely evil" has led to an outcry by the LGBT community and its supporters.
Mormon apostles call for statewide LGBT protections
Top leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints called Tuesday for passage of laws granting statewide protections against housing and employment discrimination for gay and lesbian Utahns -- as long as those measures safeguard religious freedom.
Baker won't make anti-gay cake, faces discrimination complaint
DENVER (AP) -- A dispute over a cake in Colorado raises a new question about gay rights and religious freedom: If bakers can be fined for refusing to serve married gay couples, can they also be punished for declining to make a cake with anti-gay statements?
'The Walking Dead' recap: Is Alexandria a 'safe zone' -- or not?
Rick and his fellow survivors adjust to life in a new and very different community.
Scarlett Johansson defends John Travolta's Oscars behavior
“Lucy” actress says red carpet encounter was 'very sweet’ and 'totally welcome.’