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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...
A gay Republican congressional candidate has claimed his pharmacist fiance was fired due to a maskless party photo posted to Instagram.
Two men were investigated after a patient tweeted a photo of the nurse's PPE on a hospital bathroom floor.
Fox News host uses worker's Twitter bio to suggest that CDC recommendations are being influenced by politics
Police have said they will not penalize people engaging in late-night liaisons so long as it doesn't facilitate the spread of COVID-19
LGBTQ people experience more job losses, reduced access to healthcare, and greater social isolation
Latest restrictions on bars and restaurants were prompted by higher number of new COVID-19 cases
Online events and remembrances, as well as free testing, are hallmarks of the 33rd Annual World AIDS Day in the DMV area.
Almost two-thirds of men didn't think the pandemic warranted reducing their sexual activity
Initial exit polling showing higher support for Trump was flawed and had large margins of error, critics say
Maddow delivered a monologue from quarantine urging viewers to take the coronavirus seriously