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Movement, planned, engaged in and promoted a total of three armed conflicts of political violence against the United States Government in three states outside the state of Washington over a … more
Obesity continues to be a serious health problem in the U.S., contributing to heart disease, diabetes, joint disorders and even certain types of cancer. And according to the latest … more
As Iowa and New Hampshire primaries draw near and South Bend’s boy wonder, Pete Buttigieg, seems buoyant in the all-important early-state polls, “Mayor Pete” has been perpetually … more
If there is one word that Bill Krenz wants to encourage and model for others, it’s respect. “Penn State Health is a solid force here in central Pennsylvania for inclusion and … more
It’s estimated that 4.1% of Pennsylvania residents … more
The LGBT History Project, housed at Dickinson College’s Archives & Special Collections, has been awarded a $10,000 Historical & Archival Records Care Grant from the Pennsylvania … more
Starting Jan. 1 the York LGBTQIA+ Resource Center will officially become the Rainbow Rose Center. All events, such as Equality Fest, Equality Fest Junior, Trans Day of Remembrance York, and Coming … more
Karl Frisch was sworn in as a member of the Fairfax County School Board. He is the first openly LGBT local elected official in the history of Virginia’s largest county where he will serve on a … more
Response to my Nov-Dec 2019 online and print Publisher’s Note tells me hope, resilience and goodwill remain popular in our "gotcha doing wrong, you can … more
A San Diego federal prosecutor was confirmed by the Senate to a seat on the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. In the recent 53-40 vote, openly-gay Patrick Bumatay became the 49th circuit … more
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