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Pray the Gay Away :: An In-Depth Look at 'Conversion Therapy'

NATIONAL | By Christiana Lilly | Oct 10
The controversial practice of conversion therapy, reparative therapy, or ex-gay ministries varies, but generally consists of licensed therapists or houses of worship using religion and "science" for claims they can "cure" homosexuality.

SF Gay Man's Death Deemed 'Suspicious'

NATIONAL | By Seth Hemmelgarn | Oct 10
San Francisco officials are investigating the death of a gay Duboce Triangle man whose passing the medical examiner's office has deemed "suspicious."

Milwaukee Police Officer Sues Gun Shop

Milwaukee police officer Bryan Norberg is suing the gun shop that sold the gun he was nearly killed with.

Pressure Builds on Paul Ryan to Run for House Speaker

The pressure is on Rep. Paul Ryan, the GOP vice presidential nominee in 2012, to run for House speaker in the chaotic aftermath of Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy's sudden decision to abandon his campaign for the post.

Aspen Gay Ski Week Announces 2016 Events

Aspen Gay Ski Week (AGSW), the nation's largest and oldest gay ski event, returns for its 39th year from January 17 to 24, 2016. Here are the details!

UN Declares October 11 International Day of the Girl

On International Day of the Girl Child, UNAIDS is calling for the end to gender inequalities and the protection of the human rights of young women and girls everywhere.

Marine in 2012 Viral Kiss Photo Ties the Knot

The Marine sergeant and his boyfriend who were immortalized in a 2012 viral photo that showed the couple kissing at a homecoming event in Hawaii, tied the knot last weekend.

Hero Servicemember Stabbed Months After Thwarting French Train Attack

NATIONAL | By Don Thompson and Julie Watson | Oct 9
Airman 1st Class Spencer Stone, hailed as a hero after he was severely cut while helping stop a terror attack on a French train in August, was repeatedly stabbed in what police said was an alcohol-fueled, late-night brawl.

Video Indicates California Officers Ignored Dying Man's Distress

NATIONAL | By Amanda Lee Myers | Oct 9
Police officers in the California desert city of El Centro repeatedly ignored signs of medical distress in a man they suspected of being a drug dealer, even telling a 911 dispatcher to ignore calls from his family for help, video records suggest.

North Dakota Fraternity Cleared of Hate Crime Accusation

A monthlong police investigation has concluded that a gay man who reported being the victim of a hate crime at a University of North Dakota fraternity invented the story and actually instigated the fight.

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