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Same-Sex Marriage

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  • Conservatives stress opposition to same-sex marriage

    WASHINGTON Conservative activists pressed their opposition to same-sex marriage Friday, taking an uncompromising stand that defies a fast-changing political landscape and is likely to cause trouble for Republicans. They made their case at a "Values Voter...
  • Five Myths About Billionaires

    Billionaires can be fascinating, and not just because of the fortunes they amass. They buy islands and media organizations, experiment with space travel, and have larger-than-life personalities. They also become proxies in national political debates about...
  • LGBTQ event planners to bring cultural "takeovers" to Chicago

    LGBTQ event planners to bring cultural "takeovers" to Chicago
    LGBTQ event planners want to help some of Chicago’s cultural attractions roll out the welcome mat for the city’s queer community. The Welcoming Committee, a Boston-based events organization launched in 2012 and expanding to Chicago on Oct....
  • Chamber of Commerce comes out in favor of gay marriage

    Chamber of Commerce comes out in favor of gay marriage
    The Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce said Friday its board of directors has approved a resolution in support of same-sex marriage. “Marriage equality makes great business sense for our state and our community,” Dan Lindblade,...
  • Blase Cupich and Chicago: The job that awaits

    Blase Cupich and Chicago: The job that awaits
    "Pray hard." —Archbishop-designate Blase Cupich, texting a Spokane priest who congratulated him on his papal appointment in Chicago. What kind of archbishop will Blase Cupich be? The question swept this metropolis over the weekend, and not...
  • Despite slow, troubled start, Holder leaves mark at Justice Department

    Despite slow, troubled start, Holder leaves mark at Justice Department
    Atty. Gen. Eric H. Holder’s impressive legacy in civil rights and prison reform didn't start when he was sworn in five years ago. It emerged with a burst of energy and new-found political freedom that followed President Obama’s reelection in...
  • Support for gay marriage dips below 50 percent in Pew study

    Support for gay marriage dips below 50 percent in Pew study
    Support for gay marriage among Americans has dipped slightly below 50 percent, the Pew Research Center found in a survey released on Monday, even as bans on same-sex marriage have been ruled unconstitutional in a number of states this year. The latest...
  • In Chicago, some see next archbishop as a 'breath of fresh air'

    In Chicago, some see next archbishop as a 'breath of fresh air'
    Roman Catholics across the Chicago area flocked to their parishes Sunday, expressing hope that their next archbishop, Blase Cupich, will be an extension of Pope Francis by welcoming more voices on matters such as same-sex marriage and helping to heal...
  • Looking Out: Same-sex marriage may be headed back to the Supreme Court

    Looking Out: Same-sex marriage may be headed back to the Supreme Court
    The U.S. Supreme Court is meeting on Monday for the first time since June, and could make a decision to hear a new same-sex marriage case. On the justices' agenda for the closed-door conference are appeals to cases in Indiana, Oklahoma, Utah, Virginia...
  • Elizabeth Esty Campaign Says Mark Greenberg "Too Extreme" For Connecticut

    Elizabeth Esty Campaign Says Mark Greenberg "Too Extreme" For Connecticut
    In their continued push to portray 5th District Republican congressional candidate Mark Greenberg as a right-wing extremist whose views are out of step in Connecticut, U.S. Rep. Elizabeth Esty has dredged up an audio clip of Greenberg discussing gay...
  • Eric H. Holder Jr., U.S. attorney general, is stepping down

    Atty. Gen. Eric H. Holder Jr., the first African American to fill the nation's top law enforcement post, announced Thursday he was stepping down, ending a nearly six-year tenure as one of the Obama administration's most progressive voices and polarizing...