Members of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors are maneuvering for the upcoming board presidency in January, and from the comments on some recent online articles, it's getting ugly.
No matter what your spiritual beliefs, the holidays are a time of giving to those less fortunate.
George H.W. Bush's presidency wasn't good for LGBTs, in spite of him signing landmark legislation.
Gay activist argues that singer Kristin Chenoweth should not perform with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
The San Francisco Giants long-celebrated support for diversity was undermined and undone when it was revealed that the team's principal owner, billionaire Florida resident Charles Johnson, made two political donations to racist groups or candidates.
Last week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released its HIV Surveillance Report. And, like every year in recent memory, the result told us what we already suspected.
President Donald Trump's administration reduced the number of refugees allowed into the country for 2019 to 30,000, a historic low, and placed a ban on the southern border processing of asylum claims, leading to more detention of migrants at the border.