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  • Gubernatorial Candidates Campaign With Different Styles

    Gubernatorial Candidates Campaign With Different Styles
    HARTFORD – Gov. Dannel P. Malloy had a packed schedule last Monday, attending a chamber of commerce breakfast in Meriden, a ceremony marking the progress on a hospital tower in Farmington and then a meet-and-greet with participants at a charity bike...
  • Gay marriage activist, cartoonist, mathematician win 2014 'genius' grants

    Sept 17 (Reuters) - A gay marriage advocate, a physicist modeling brain activity, a psychologist studying racial bias in policing, and a cartoonist exploring family life were among 21 winners of $625,000 "genius" grants, the U.S. organization awarding...
  • Meet MacArthur's new 'genius grant' winners

    Meet MacArthur's new 'genius grant' winners
    An attorney who champions the rights of Native American women on reservations. A poet who translates Arabic texts into English, bridging a cultural divide. A computer scientist whose work makes cloud computing more secure and its data more valuable...
  • Where's the state leadership on same-sex marriage?

      September 22, 2010 is a day Charlie Crist describes as one of his proudest moments as an elected official. September 22, 2014 may well be one of Gov. Rick Scott’s most shameful. Four years ago this month, an appeals court declared Florida’...
  • Stratton Politzer: Where's the state leadership on same-sex marriage?

    September 22, 2010 is a day Charlie Crist describes as one of his proudest moments as an elected official. September 22, 2014 may well be one of Gov. Rick Scott's most shameful. Four years ago this month, an appeals court declared Florida's notorious...
  • Transgender travel study shows there's work to be done

    Transgender travel study shows there's work to be done
    Broward County's tourism bureau has been marketing to the LGBT community since 1996, but results of a survey released Monday show extra effort is needed to attract more transgender travelers. In August, some 700 members of the transgender community...
  • Chicago hosting right-to-die event

     Chicago hosting right-to-die event
    Changes in the law regarding same-sex marriage, medical marijuana and other once-polarizing issues have encouraged advocates who hope the country is ready to address another taboo: giving terminally ill people a say in how they die. They say the right...
  • Crist says he would seek Orlando-Tampa rail funding again

    Crist says he would seek Orlando-Tampa rail funding again
    Federal funding for high-speed rail between Orlando and Tampa is still possible, Democratic candidate for governor Charlie Crist said Tuesday. “I know we need it. I drive on I-4 every week,” Crist said in an interview with the Orlando...
  • Wisconsin, Indiana ask U.S. justices to hear gay marriage cases

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The states of Wisconsin and Indiana on Tuesday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold their respective bans on gay marriage. Both states filed petitions with the court in an effort to get the cases before the nine justices as...
  • 'Love is Strange' inspires with gentleness, empathy

    Ben and George have been together 39 years, sharing a cozy New York apartment stocked with mementos, books, music, art some of it by Ben, a painter. From the opening scene of Ira Sachs' illuminating "Love Is Strange" a rise-and-shine, get the day going...
  • Tribune wrong on professor

    It’s always disturbing when a newspaper embraces the repression of free speech, but the Tribune’s editorial (Sept. 11) endorsing the dismissal of Steven Salaita by the University of Illinois is particularly disheartening. According to the...