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Trump's Unconventional Debate Prep Skips Mock Debate

By Jill Colvin and Jonathan Lemire | Sep 25
Since he entered the presidential race, it's been Donald Trump's style to break with convention. It's no different when it comes to debate prep.

Ted Cruz Calls His Decision to Back Trump 'Agonizing'

Sep 25
Ted Cruz appears uncomfortable defending the man he says he'll vote for in November, Donald Trump.

New Group Launches to Combat Misinformation on HIV

By Tucker Berardi | Sep 25
After 30 years there is still a lot of misinformation floating around about HIV. And that's where the Prevention Access Campaign comes into the picture. The recently launched organization hopes to combat false and misleading information.

Openly Gay Candidates Run for Seats in Russian Parliament

By Brittany Ferrendi | Sep 25
They know they won't get elected, but that won't stop them from trying: Aleksei Korolyov and Bulat Barantayev, two openly gay men and longtime activists, are running for seats in Russia's Duma elections on Sept. 28.

ACLU Sues Kim Davis for $233,000

By Brittany Ferrendi | Sep 25
The American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky is suing Kim Davis for $233,000 in hopes of recovering money paid to lawyers in 2015 for defending four couples denied marriage licenses in Rowan County.

Obama Calls For Kinder World In Final UN Address

By John McDonald | Sep 25
In his final address to the United Nations, U.S. President Barack Obama called for an end to the persecution of gay people.

Transgender Man Sues Indiana Over Citizenship Requirement for Legal Name Change

By John Riley | Sep 25
A transgender man who has been granted asylum in the United States is suing over an Indiana state law that requires him to provide proof of citizenship before he can legally change his name to reflect his gender identity.

What Clinton, Trump Need to Do to Win Presidential Debate

Sep 25
Monday's first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump could be one of the most-watched events in TV history.

Mills College Gains Out Lesbian President

By Sari Staver | Sep 25
Growing up in a middle class neighborhood in Pleasant Hills, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Hillman's family didn't rub shoulders with academics, lawyers, or college presidents.

Alley Project to Highlight SF Leather History

By Matthew S. Bajko | Sep 25
Developer 4Terra Investments has worked with leather community members and city officials to reimagine Ringold Alley into a streetscape that honors local leather aficionados and their colorful past.

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