The political tug-of-war waging within the U.S.
A measure to ban discrimination against LGBT jurors was approved by a U.S. Senate committee on Thursday, marking the first time the issue has come to a vote in Congress.
When Boy Scouts of America delegates voted at last month’s National Council meeting to allow gay youth to become Scouts but to continue banning gay and lesbian adults, the organization put itself i
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Among the corporations that make up the current Fortune 500 -- Fortune magazine’s yearly list of the top 500 American companies ranked by revenue -- about one in seven, or 14 percent, each
Since 2003, the Michigan Department of Community Health has been secretly collecting the names, dates of birth, risk categories, and other demographic information of people submitting for confident
Lawmakers in the U.S. House and Senate recently introduced bills banning discrimination against prospective jurors based on their sexual orientation or gender identity.
In South Saint Paul, Minn., on Election Day, residents showed up at St.
A controversial study on parenting has become a focal point of the campaign in Minnesota to pass a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage this November.