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Roommate claims he returned home to find Juan Alonso standing over a bloody body with the murder weapon in his hand
In November, Ritchie Torres will likely become the first gay Afro-Latino elected to Congress. He knows firsthand the stakes for democracy couldn’t be higher.
Mondaire Jones, an openly gay New Yorker likely to win a seat in Congress, is one of the Democratic Party's newest rising stars
An openly gay New Yorker likely to win a seat in Congress, Mondaire Jones is one the Democratic Party’s newest rising stars.
Newly-dedicated state park will feature large-scale art installations commemorating Johnson's life and legacy
Lawsuit alleges policy violates nonbinary people's right to equal protection under law and their freedom from compelled speech
Residents in Watertown, NY, gathered to protest the flag's removal and celebrate LGBTQ people
A lawyer who ran on a progressive platform, Jones is favored to win the November election for a suburban New York congressional seat
Pride Plays celebrates the diversity and power inherent in LGBTQ theater. And this year it's online.
Fears abound that a split among progressives could enable anti-LGBTQ Councilman Ruben Diaz, Sr. to win
Carson Kressley co-hosts two-hour special celebrating LGBTQ community and frontline workers
State Sen. Brad Hoylman: "We are letting homophobia get in the way of saving lives"
Robber pistol-whipped victim, making off with $1,000 in cash and electronic devices
Adult performer Ian Frost shared more than 50 videos of the party, which even featured a DJ
William Talen was charged with criminal trespass for planting a Pride flag in Franklin Graham's COVID-19 tent hospital