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A pioneering AIDS researcher who’s also an expert on treating heroin addiction may become the new director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, reports Ron Johnson. Dr. Robert R. … more
Ronnie Gorton, the former pastor of Awakening Church in Atoka, Tennessee, has been charged with 47 counts related to sexually abusing underage boys. One of the victims was under the age of 13, … more
Reports have been published noting that Marion County Circuit Judge Vance Day was suspended by the Oregon Supreme Court for three years without pay for six misconduct charges, including several about … more
With Stephen Hawkins’ death, it is important to acknowledge how he supported LGBT civil rights. Alex Bollinger, LGBT Nation, notes that the renowned physicist is best known in the academy for … more
The Georgia State Senate has passed a bill that would allow adoption agencies to refuse to place children with same-sex couples based on their religious beliefs, reports Patrick Saunders, of the … more
Although ‘boys will be boys’ is not the same as being a man, QUEERTY’s David Grant reports that a UFC fighter got, uh, the best of an opponent in a grabbing way. We don’t care much for UFC … more
A tech entrepreneur running for governor in Maryland has selected a lesbian small business owner as his running mate Bethesda Magazine’s Ron Johnson reports. Alec Ross, a former technology … more
Although on March 13 Connor Lamb beat his Republican opponent for the Congressional seat vacated when Family Values and staunchly anti-choice Rep. Tim Murphy (R) resigned last year after reports … more
LGBTQ advocates call out the dangerous threat to LGBTQ working people that the Janus v. AFSCME Supreme Court case represents. On February 26, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Janus … more
Former Central Voice Columnist Alan Kennedy-Shaffer, founder of Harrisburg Hope, was recently endorsed by the Denver News in his bid for the Colorado Senate. The endorsement was the first one … more
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