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  • New day care law would cut TV, computer time

    New day care law would cut TV, computer time
    In an effort to train toddlers to value outdoor play over TV time, and skim milk over chocolate, Broward County is poised to pass a sweeping new child-care law. Day care operators will be forced to pull the plug on electronic media and offer healthier...
  • Group asks for delay of court ruling allowing same-sex marriage in Virginia

    Group asks for delay of court ruling allowing same-sex marriage in Virginia
    Opponents of same-sex marriage filed a motion with the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday to delay the implementation of a Norfolk federal judge's ruling that gay marriage in Virginia must be allowed. The Alliance Defending Freedom, an Arizona-based...
  • O'Malley sweeps through Ocean City convention

    O'Malley sweeps through Ocean City convention
    Gov. Martin O'Malley worked the room at one of Maryland's biggest political events of the year Thursday, grinning for photos, slapping the backs of fellow politicians and causing bottlenecks wherever he stopped. Most years, the governor sticks around...
  • Reader feedback Aug. 15: Foreign policy, same-sex marriage, Suffolk man wins $125,000

    Obama's foreign policy questioned As the United States ramps up its intervention in Iraq, the Daily Press Editorial Board raised questions about the cohesion and philosophy governing President Barack Obama's approach to foreign policy. Rainy Gutters:...
  • Pride to be strong Sunday in Allentown

    Celebrate the progress of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community, including Pennsylvania's recent marriage equality ruling, during the Pride in the Park festival, noon-6 p.m. Sunday at Allentown's Cedar Creek Park. Organized by Pride of...
  • Sea change: Americans revising opinions on gays, poll finds

    WASHINGTON Americans are changing their minds about gays at a startling pace, driven by young people coming of age in a new era and by people of all ages increasingly familiar with gays and lesbians in their families and their lives, according to a new...
  • A Q&A with Tony Kushner on his 'Angels in America,' then and now

    In the late 1980s, the young writer Tony Kushner began work on his second play: a theatrical epic about AIDS and homophobia, race and morality, religion and spirituality, Reaganism, love and abandonment, and much, much more. Kushner's two -part...
  • Looking Out: With Robin Williams' death, an LGBT icon falls to a familiar threat

    Looking Out: With Robin Williams' death, an LGBT icon falls to a familiar threat
    His eccentricity, boundary-pushing bravado and brilliant knack for flamboyance could have all made it so on their own, but it was perhaps Robin Williams' way of taking up queer characters with just the right balance of warmth and pitch-perfect irreverence...
  • City moves toward domestic partner benefits

    Will Boynton Beach offer its employees with domestic partners the same benefits offered to employees whose marriages are recognized by the state? That is the issue that came before the City Commission Aug. 5. At the request of the Palm Beach County...
  • Plenty of churchgoers support marriage equality

    To the editor: It was fascinating to read about a small church doing good work in the heart of Isla Vista, home of UC Santa Barbara. Yet I was saddened to see the article marred by ignorance and prejudice. ("Jesus Burgers offers Isla Vista food for body...
  • Charlie Crist flawed, but best choice for Democrats

    Charlie Crist flawed, but best choice for Democrats
    If Charlie Crist thinks he can return to the Governor's Mansion as a Democrat, look his former Republicans "in the eye" and make high-toned talk to get what he wants, he's wrong. But if Nan Rich thinks she has a chance to beat Gov. Rick Scott, she's...