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Observers see 'threat to democracy' in Trump's 'rigged election' comments in the third and final presidential debate of 2016. READ MORE.
As an openly gay man, Fred Hoffman said, "I really didn't know if there would be an issue." And while he wasn't waving rainbow flags when he was recruited by Chrysler in 1988, he was told being gay wasn't a problem. READ MORE.
Chelsea Clinton took a break from addressing female and Millennial voters Oct. 14 in Pittsburgh for a phone call with Philadelphia Gay News. READ MORE.
The political climate in the U.S. poses some difficulties for refugees who hear xenophobic and downright hateful comments from people in all areas of society, especially within the media. READ MORE.
It was Sheriff Bouchard who ordered his Narcotics Enforcement Team (NET) to raid Oakland County's first gay nightclub back in the 1990s, known as Cobalt. READ MORE.
Reginald Rabbit wiggled his cottony tail, crinkled his pinky nose, and hummed softly, "I trust you, Barney. Barney, I do." READ MORE.
As part of the liberal media I have been working night and day to rig this election for Hillary Clinton and I am exhausted. And I know what you're thinking: "D'Anne (as we are on a first name basis), you're not supposed to admit that! It's all supposed to be done in secret." But Donald Trump has exposed the plan, so the pussy is out of the bag. READ MORE.
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) - The Australian opposition on Oct. 11 decided to block government plans for a public but non-binding vote on recognizing gay marriage, arguing it would better if the issue was decided in Parliament. READ MORE.
FERNDALE -- Prolific Michigan playwright Joseph Zettelmaier's newest play, Campfire, has opened at The Ringwald Theatre for it's tenth season. This horrifying play tells the story of Marcus Carver who has brought his niece and nephew back home, one year after the death of his brother, their father. READ MORE.
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As an openly gay man, Fred Hoffman said, "I really didn't know if there would be an issue." And while he wasn't waving rainbow flags when he was recruited by Chrysler in 1988, he was told being gay wasn't a problem.View More Automotive
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