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  • Money and power in Annapolis

    Money and power in Annapolis
    When Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller faced the task of selecting a new chairman for the Judicial Proceedings Committee to replace Attorney General-elect Brian Frosh, he had a choice between two well qualified but contrasting candidates: Sen....
  • Parenting, media and gay marriage: Letters

    Raising good humans I'm an older lady of 79 now, and as I look back on my life, I'm grateful for the many hours my late father, Fletcher Everett, spent taking me on walks. In casual conversation, he taught me so many things that have helped me my...
  • Did The Gay Vote Make A Key Difference In The Connecticut Governor's Race?

    Did The Gay Vote Make A Key Difference In The Connecticut Governor's Race?
    Did gay, lesbian and bisexual voters push Gov. Dannel P. Malloy over the finish line? A new study suggests the gay vote may have played a role in helping Malloy, a Democrat who has long been a strong supporter of gay rights, beat Republican Tom Foley in...
  • Soon to lead Chicago Catholics, Cupich wasn't always set on religious life

    Soon to lead Chicago Catholics, Cupich wasn't always set on religious life
    During his earliest steps toward becoming Chicago's next archbishop, Blase Cupich wasn't sure religious life was for him. As a boy growing up in Nebraska, he and his siblings listened as their father urged them to consider a vocation in the Catholic...
  • Same-sex marriage in Florida could begin in January

     
    Same-sex marriages could begin in Florida as soon as Jan. 6, now that a federal appeals court on Wednesday refused a last-ditch request for a delay from Attorney General Pam Bondi....
  • Cupich lands in Chicago, poised to take reins of archdiocese

    Cupich lands in Chicago, poised to take reins of archdiocese
    Blase Cupich flew into O'Hare International Airport on Thursday afternoon, less than a week before he is set to succeed Cardinal Francis George as archbishop of Chicago, and said his first task is getting "spiritually ready" for his new job. Cupich flew...
  • Bette Midler, sexy-mermaid feminist? That's what Ariana Grande thought

    Bette Midler, sexy-mermaid feminist? That's what Ariana Grande thought
    Over the course of her career, Bette Midler has proven to be bawdy. She's admitted to being tacky. She supports same-sex marriage. But a feminist, as defined on current-day social media? Seems that's what Ariana Grande always thought. The 21-year-...
  • Norfolk couple who spearheaded same-sex marriage case in Virginia reflect on quest

     Norfolk couple who spearheaded same-sex marriage case in Virginia reflect on quest
    NORFOLK — Tim Bostic and Tony London, the gay couple from Norfolk who spearheaded the push for same-sex marriage in Virginia, say they have been walking around "with smiles on their faces" since gay marriage became legal in the state several weeks...
  • Pope Francis to visit Philadelphia, could draw 1 million people

    Pope Francis said Monday that he will visit Philadelphia in September 2015, his first trip to the United States since being elected pontiff. Francis is due to attend the “World Meeting of Families” in Philadelphia, an event held every...
  • Federal appeals court ruling may allow same-sex marriage in Florida as early as Jan. 5

    Federal appeals court ruling may allow same-sex marriage in Florida as early as Jan. 5
    A federal appeals court in Atlanta today made a key ruling, making it possible that same-sex couples could get married in Florida as soon as Jan. 5. The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals refused to grant a request by Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi to...
  • Right to life should apply to the unborn

    To the editor: Law professor Caitlin Borgmann disdains the political tactics of right-to-life advocates who use "personhood" legislation to get pro-choice groups to spend big money opposing these measures. ("'TRAP laws' are a threat in disguise to...