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  • Looking Out: LGBT improvements seen in Maryland laws, global perceptions

    Looking Out: LGBT improvements seen in Maryland laws, global perceptions
    In cities and municipalities in Maryland and across the U.S., the legal rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender citizens are improving. Across the globe, perceptions of gay and lesbian people are getting better, too. Both improvements, outlined...
  • Same-sex couples plan mass wedding in Kansas on Monday

    Same-sex couples plan mass wedding in Kansas on Monday
    More than a dozen same-sex couples plan to be married in a mass wedding ceremony outside a courthouse in Wichita on Monday now that such marriages are legal in Kansas, a minister said on Friday. "This is a way to help bring everyone together," said...
  • Kansas counties begin issuing same-sex marriage licenses

    Kansas counties begin issuing same-sex marriage licenses
    Kansas counties began issuing marriage licenses on Thursday to same-sex couples a day after the U.S. Supreme Court refused to delay a federal judge's order that lifted the state's ban. Judge Daniel Crabtree said on Nov. 4 the Kansas ban on same-sex...
  • Supreme Court allows gay marriage to proceed in Kansas

    Supreme Court allows gay marriage to proceed in Kansas
    The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday allowed gay marriage to go into effect in Kansas by rejecting a last-minute request filed by state officials. In a brief order, the court said it would not block a district court judge's ruling last week that struck...
  • America's shift in attitude toward gays started at work

    WASHINGTON In the beginning, it was about money as much as rights. Long before America started rapidly changing its mind about gays, corporate America set the stage. From companies such as Marriott, founded by socially conservative Mormons, to technology...
  • California Legislature is looking more moderate due to voting reforms

    Until last week, no Democratic state legislator running for reelection had lost to a Republican in 20 years. Then suddenly three did. When incumbents start losing their legislative seats, it means something is happening. The national Republican wave?...
  • From Prop. 8 to Joe Paterno, six contenders for feature documentary

    It's notoriously hard to predict which feature documentaries will end up as the film academy's final five nominees, but surveying the field, one thing is clear: It's been an extraordinary year for nonfiction on-screen. Even discounting long shots like...
  • Kellogg gets criticism, support for gay pride ad

    Conservative groups are taking to social media to criticize a Kellogg ad featuring Frosted Flakes character Tony the Tiger that says, "Wear your stripes with pride," and sponsorship of a gay pride march in Atlanta. But others are firing back, voicing...
  • US Supreme Court clears same-sex marriage in Kansas

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. The U.S. Supreme Court late Wednesday afternoon cleared the way for same-sex marriage in Kansas. The high court issued a two-paragraph order refusing to further halt a lower-court ruling allowing same-sex couples to wed as the state...
  • Kansas can issue gay marriage licenses; South Carolina ban struck down

    Kansas can now issue same-sex marriage licenses after the Supreme Court on Wednesday afternoon ended a stay that temporarily prevented the state from doing so. Earlier Wednesday, a federal judge in South Carolina struck down that state's ban on same-sex...
  • The Supreme Court takes up Obamacare, again

    The following editorial appeared in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on Tuesday, Nov. 11: The first week of November 2014 saw two court decisions that eight months hence, could well bring answers to two important questions: Do people have the right to...