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The O'Malley administration has notified state employees in same-sex relationships that they won't be able to include domestic partners in their health insurance anymore. If they want coverage, they'll have to get married. The policy change is the...
Reuters(Bill Schneider is a Reuters column but his opinions are his own.) By Bill Schneider May 1 (Reuters) - Old vaudeville joke: Man goes to the doctor. Says he has a pain in his arm. "Have you ever had this problem before?" the doctor says. "Yes," the...
Staff WriterIn order to prepare for his solo performance at the Latino Spirit Awards in Sacramento, Esteban Corona spent a majority of the week playing his viola for anyone who would lend an ear. The 23-year-old El Centro resident said he hoped playing in...
Tags: Music, Robert J. Lopez, Music Industry, Entertainment
Boom. And just like that, history is made. Just that quickly, a barrier becomes rubble. Just that fast, everything changes. "I'm a 34-year-old NBA center," writes Jason Collins in the May 6 edition of Sports Illustrated. "I'm black. And I'm gay."...
Reuters(Corrects paragraph 7 to remove reference to the shareholder's being in Ogletree's Kansas City office.) By Casey Sullivan (Reuters) - Partners who defect from one law firm to another usually keep any hard feelings about their former firm to themselves....
Change of SubjectWednesday's print column The Illinois Republican Party should appoint as its next party chair someone who supports legalization of same-sex marriage. Why? First, because it would mess with our minds. Outgoing party chair Pat Brady (right), who resigned...
While the broadcast networks are busy announcing new shows featuring the likes of Andy Samberg and Parker Posey, the big star this fall on PBS will be John F. Kennedy. On Thursday, the network announced its fall prime-time lineup for 2013. which will...
Tags: PBS (tv network), Television, Entertainment
On Monday, two stories captivated the sports world: pro basketball player Jason Collins came out as gay, and the outspoken Christian quarterback Tim Tebow was cut from the New York Jets. One man belatedly discovered the value in being true to himself,...
ReutersWASHINGTON, May 10 (Reuters) - A Heritage Foundation policy analyst who co-authored a study slamming the U.S. Senate immigration bill, is resigning, the conservative group said on Friday, after revelations he once wrote that Hispanic immigrants had a...
Usually when a senator suffers a big public defeat, he slinks off to lick his wounds. He rarely retwists the arms that didn't bend his way. Colleagues don't like to be seen switching. Were they horribly mistaken the first time? Don't know what they...
The Hartford CourantJason Richwine is a type in American politics. He holds a doctorate from Harvard. He writes studies, appears at conservative conferences in suit and tie, and expounds the same old nonsense about immigrants that we've been hearing since the Know Nothings...
A group of Hispanic leaders pressed Orange County leaders Friday to settle a pending federal lawsuit which alleges that newly-drawn political borders have diluted Latino political power. A group of Hispanic leaders pressed Orange County leaders Friday...
Tags: Voting, Trials, Elections, Litigation, Politics
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