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  • Colorado Supreme Court orders a halt to Denver gay marriage licenses

    Colorado Supreme Court orders a halt to Denver gay marriage licenses
    The Colorado Supreme Court on Friday ordered clerks in Denver and Adams counties to halt issuing same-sex marriage licenses.  The ruling stems from an emergency injunction filed Monday by state Atty. Gen. John Suthers, who told the Los Angeles Times...
  • The fifth freedom: Freedom to eat what we want [Letter]

    The fifth freedom: Freedom to eat what we want [Letter]
    Regarding your recent editorial on Howard County's effort to limit sales of unhealthy foods at county-sponsored events or venues, it's quite apparent that you do not understand our fundamental rights under the Constitution ("Fireworks in Howard County,"...
  • Broward tourism bureau says same-sex marriage ban should be overturned

    Broward tourism bureau says same-sex marriage ban should be overturned
    For nearly two decades Broward County's tourism bureau has rolled out the welcome mat to LGBT travelers. On Thursday the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau came out officially in support of overturning same-sex marriage bans in...
  • Fleeing gang violence in Central America -- and Chicago

    Fleeing gang violence in Central America -- and Chicago
    Fleeing gang violence in Central America — and Chicago Incensed by President Barack Obama's plan to deport thousands of immigrant children who have arrived in the U.S. illegally in recent months, activists have taken to the streets to chide the...
  • Month in a Minute: July video recap

    Month in a Minute: July video recap
    There were no shortage of stories in July that were happy, sad, poignant, uplifting or jaw-dropping, and you'll find them all in the latest installment in our monthly video series, "Month in a Minute." From the opening of Diagon Alley to a major signing...
  • Laverne Cox to Guest Star on Bravo's 'Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce'

    "Orange Is the New Black's" Laverne Cox will guest star on Bravo's upcoming series "Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce," the network announced Tuesday. Cox will play Adele Northrop, a war journalist and LGBT activist who appears to present an award at a...
  • Quinn attacks Rauner as 'too timid, too fearful' to lay out specifics

    Quinn attacks Rauner as 'too timid, too fearful' to lay out specifics
    Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn on Tuesday attacked Republican challenger Bruce Rauner for a lack of specifics on how he’d govern, calling the Winnetka businessman “too timid, too fearful” to lay out a plan even as the governor dodged...
  • A fresh GOP voice from the San Joaquin Valley

    The San Joaquin Valley may be struggling to grow food because of the dust-bowling drought. But it's having no trouble producing Republican leaders. OK, that's a non sequitur. But maybe not so much. The latest Republican leader to emerge from the San...
  • Utah to seek U.S. Supreme Court review of gay marriage ruling

    The state of Utah will seek to appeal directly to the U.S. Supreme Court a lower court ruling that upheld same-sex marriage, officials announced on Wednesday. On June 25, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit ruled against Utah's same-sex...
  • Colorado judge strikes down state's same-sex marriage ban

    A judge in Colorado struck down the state’s ban on same-sex marriage Wednesday, but immediately put the ruling on hold to allow for appeals. Judge Scott Crabtree of Adams County ruled the ban "violates the plaintiffs' due process and equal...
  • Indiana won't recognize same-sex marriages performed after ruling

    Indiana won't recognize the same-sex marriages that were hurriedly performed after a federal judge struck down the state's ban in June, state officials announced this week. A federal judge declared the ban unconstitutional June 25, and, in an unusual...