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Floridians Remember 3-Year Anniversary of Pulse Shooting

Capital Pride Parade and Festival :: June 8 - 9, 2019

Floridians and others around the world are remembering the three-year anniversary of a massacre at a gay nightclub on Latin night that left 49 people dead.

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Nicholas Sparks Responds to Disparaging Homophobic Emails

Nicholas Sparks Responds to Disparaging Homophobic Emails

By Sam Cronin | Jun 17
Author Nicholas Sparks has responded to the disparaging emails which released as part of a lawsuit he is facing as Chair of the Board at a school he co-founded.

Aaron Schock Says He's Not Running for Congress...for Now

Aaron Schock Says He's Not Running for Congress...for Now

By Sam Cronin | Jun 17
Despite a new Federal Election Commission filing, former Congressman Aaron Schock has confirmed that he will not be seeking another term in 2019.

Mastercard to Allow Transgender People to Use Chosen Name

Mastercard to Allow Transgender People to Use Chosen Name

Jun 17
Mastercard will allow transgender people to use their chosen names on credit cards in an effort to combat discrimination at the cash register.

Road Once Adopted by KKK is Sponsored by Gay Pride Group

Road Once Adopted by KKK is Sponsored by Gay Pride Group

Jun 17
A stretch of road on Florida's Gulf Coast that was adopted by the Ku Klux Klan 25 years ago is now being sponsored by a gay rights group.

Watch: Couple Tossed from Deli After Same-Sex Kiss; Owner Claims 'No Making Out Policy,' Not Homophobia

Watch: Couple Tossed from Deli After Same-Sex Kiss; Owner Claims 'No Making Out Policy,' Not Homophobia

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 17
A Los Angeles woman says she and her date were told to leave a popular deli after sharing a same-sex kiss; the owner says the reason was not homophobia, but rather a "no making out policy."

Recovery Unplugged's Richie Supa on the 60s, Drug Culture, and Getting Clean

Recovery Unplugged's Richie Supa on the 60s, Drug Culture, and Getting Clean

By Jill Gleeson | Jun 17
Music legend Richie Supa speaks candidly of the 60s and the era following the Stonewall Uprising where counterculture often led to addiction.

Gloria Vanderbilt, Heiress, Jeans Queen, Dies at 95

Gloria Vanderbilt, Heiress, Jeans Queen, Dies at 95

By Ula Ilnytzky | Jun 17
Gloria Vanderbilt, the intrepid heiress, artist and romantic, died Monday at the age of 95.

High Court Avoids New Case Over Same-Sex Wedding Case

High Court Avoids New Case Over Same-Sex Wedding Case

By Mark Sherman | Jun 17
The Supreme Court is throwing out an Oregon court ruling against bakers who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple.

Watch: Buttigieg Speculates There Have Likely Been Gay U.S. Presidents

Watch: Buttigieg Speculates There Have Likely Been Gay U.S. Presidents

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 17
Pete Buttigieg, in an interview, offered the speculation that if he were to be elected president of the United States, he might not actually be the first gay man to hold the office.

Summer Camp is the Newest Front in Battle Against Measles

Summer Camp is the Newest Front in Battle Against Measles

By Michael Hill | Jun 17
The battle to contain the worst U.S. measles outbreak in 27 years has a new front: summer camp.

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