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President Trump appointed gay rights opponent Pete Hoekstra, one of the Tea Party’s founders, ambassador to Netherlands, first country to legalize gay marriage. Hoekstra once appeared in a … more
Occasional Central Voice correspondent Michael Petrelis reports that San Fransisco’s record-shattering heat didn't deter about 25-30 neighbors and members of the media from observing the Russian … more
The LGBT Community Center in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village was filled with stories, laughs and a few tears on June 23 as current journalists honored editors and reporters who committed their … more
Editor’s Note” In our July-August issue, Louie Marven looked into reports of violence and death directed against LGBT individuals in the Russian territory of Chechnya. We wanted readers to have a … more
Two weeks before Hurricane Harvey struck, monsoon rains swamped Bangladesh, India and Nepal. Aid groups are struggling to deal with both disasters. more
Some Navajo are trying to bring back their traditional food culture, including drinking Navajo "tea." It's brewed with a plant called greenthread that thrives in the mid-summer heat of the Southwest. more
As the nation's opioid abuse problem soars, so do health problems associated with drug use like hepatitis C, which is placing a major burden on Alaska's Medicaid program. more
The blood thinner warfarin, which prevents blood clots, owes its existence to some cows who got very sick after eating the wrong hay. That and a chemist who spent years trying to figure out why. more
The U.S.-based environmental activist group says it will not send ships because Japan has improved technology to avoid the vessels and has toughened its anti-terrorism laws. more
Some people in Japan woke with unease to a text saying "seek shelter," while in South Korea the response was defiant. And in the U.S., President Trump said Pyongyang's message landed "loud and clear." more
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