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A year ago, COVID-19 shut down the United States. How has the past year changed our lives? A Metro Weekly Reader's Forum.
The U.S. Senate made history when it confirmed Dr. Rachel Levine, a transgender woman, as Assistant Secretary of Health at HHS.
Freddie Lutz will finally realize his 20-year-long dream of opening a "beach bar" in a beach-resort town.
Polis, the nation's first openly gay governor, proposed after the couple contracted COVID-19
Texas senator drops anti-LGBTQ jokes amid rants about political correctness, masking, and complaining about the Left
WTTG confirms Blake McCoy has been suspended after tweets criticizing D.C.'s vaccination schedule
New data from fall 2020 shows a stark difference in the impact of the pandemic on LGBTQ people and people of color
People over age 16 with chronic conditions will be allowed to sign up for appointments in next wave of vaccinations
Two of the largest QAnon Telegram channels support theory that vaccines make children gay or transgender
Event is held prior to International Condom Day, which promotes condom use as the best way to prevent STIs.
Executive orders seek to reverse some of the Trump administration's more controversial policy decisions
As vaccines gradually deliver the world from COVID-19, what awaits us on the other side of the curve?
Rabbi Daniel Asor frequently peddles coronavirus conspiracy theories to his thousands of followers
In a welcome display of love following a particularly depressing year, a COVID-19 vaccine appointment turned into a surprise marriage proposal. As a frontline medical...
The owners of a gay club in Oklahoma say their establishment has been targeted by acts of vandalism using food as a weapon on two...