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The New York Times. In the world of journalism, most would agree — both readers and fellow journalists alike — has stood alone as one of the most prestigious, internationally recognized newspapers for decades. Denise Fuhs worked at The Times for nearly two of those decades. 

A young cancer biologist could become the first openly gay man to take a seat on Philadelphia City Council.

Adrian Rivera-Reyes, 26, who will be running for an at-large seat, joins a growing crop of LGBTQ candidates seeking seats on City Council.

Blondell Reynolds Brown will be giving up her seat on Philadelphia City Council when her term expires, but she makes it clear she’s not retiring.

Reynolds Brown, whose position as Majority Whip makes her the only woman serving in City Council leadership, made her announcement Jan. 18 at the Mayor’s Reception Room at City Hall, and referred to retirement as a four-letter word.

The Supreme Court on Tuesday allowed for the reinstatement of the Trump administration’s policy barring most transgender people from enlisting and serving in the military, frustrating the LGBTQ community and its allies.

In a 5-4 vote, the justices lifted nationwide injunctions that kept the administration’s policy from being implemented. Now, the ban can go into effect, while lower courts continue to assess the merits of challenges to the policy.

Pets may be family in your household, but Pennsylvania law says otherwise

You have a pet — your beloved dog. You think of your dog as a member of the family. You are getting divorced. Who gets the dog? Or who gets any pet for that matter?

It’s been another tumultuous year, but at least in 2018 we started talking about HIV again.

Let’s face it, we’ve had a rough year. More senseless shootings, more #MeToo controversies, more attacks on trans and immigrant rights – and more budget cuts affecting those living with HIV.

Dr. Jessica Rothchild, an LGBTQ advocate and out lesbian, has declared her candidacy for a seat on Scranton City Council.

Rothchild, 29, is a Democrat and will be running for a four-year term. If elected, she will be the first out lesbian serving on the council.

The Philadelphia Falcons Soccer Club is celebrating the 30th anniversary of its founding with a banquet Jan. 26 at William Way LGBT Community Center. The event will include dinner, dancing, awards, raffles and prizes, and is open to the entire community. Tickets for the evening are free to players with full-year memberships, $10 for half-year members, and $25 for non-members. Tickets can be purchased ahead of time at

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