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  • 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...
  • George led flock through tough times

     George led flock through tough times
    George led flock through tough times The appointment of Cardinal Francis George's successor Saturday represents the start of an unprecedented transition in the city's Roman Catholic Church, where no other leader has lived long enough to meet the man...
  • '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...
  • Reports: Spokane bishop to succeed Cardinal George as Chicago archbishop

    Reports: Spokane bishop to succeed Cardinal George as Chicago archbishop
    The Vatican on Saturday is expected to name a successor to the ailing Cardinal Francis George, choosing a relative moderate from Washington state who has been outspoken on society’s need to care more for the poor but also had a leading role in the...
  • 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...
  • Culture Wars in Connecticut? Dems Revive Social Issues

    Culture Wars in Connecticut? Dems Revive Social Issues
    Jonathan Martin of The New York Times providesĀ a fascinating look at how Democrats across the nation are banking on cultural issues to give them an edge in close elections, particularly among women and moderate voters. Connecticut Democrats certainly...
  • 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...
  • Demi Lovato works to make a difference

    Demi Lovato works to make a difference
    Demi Lovato coverage is often fixated on topics unrelated to her music: A. Why did the pop star recently unfollow ex-BFF Selena Gomez on Twitter? B. What does Lovato — who performs Monday at Amway Center in Orlando — really think of her...
  • Boynton Beach to offer domestic partner benefits

    Boynton Beach will now offer its employees domestic partnership benefits, joining Palm Beach County cities including Boca Raton and Delray Beach. In a 4-1 vote Tuesday, city commissioners decided to give domestic partners access to benefits including...
  • Catholic League quits St. Patrick's Day Parade after ban on gays ends

    A New York City Catholic group has pulled out of next year's St. Patrick's Day parade, just a week after parade officials decided to allow a gay rights group to march in the event under its own banner. The Catholic League For Religious and Civil Rights,...