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On fifth try in five years, Colorado lawmakers move to ban...

Editor's note: House lawmakers on Feb. 19 passed the bill banning sexual orientation conversion therapy for minors by a vote of 42-20. Two Republicans...

Wiretap: The question now is what will Trump say about Rocket...

Now that Donald Trump has called Kim Jung Un "Rocket Man" in a  tweet, the question is what he'll say about him when he...

From ‘This is about bigotry’ to ‘I agree’ with Trump, Colorado...

With Donald Trump's hopes for a health care overhaul smoldering in Washington and a narrative of Republican dysfunction wafting from the beltway, the president...

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear the Colorado same-sex wedding cake...

The U.S. Supreme Court has decided to hear a case set to pit Christian religious beliefs against gay rights over a never-baked wedding cake...

Conversion-therapy ban killed again in a divided legislature

  A bill to ban so-called pray-the-gay-away therapy died again under the dome of a divided Capitol for the second year in a row. From The Associated...

Buried Seedz of Resistance uproots Denver Pride with protest against police...

This article has been updated. Beads, bracelets and condoms littered the intersection of Colfax and Lafayette this Sunday during the Denver Pride parade. People danced; music...

Lessons learned: Censorship of a gay valedictorian

Valedictorian Evan Young made national news after his high school, Twin Peaks Charter Academy, refused to allow him to give a graduation speech in...

Same-sex couples dash to Denver clerk’s office for marriage licenses

DENVER Clerk and Recorder Debra Johnson was in a meeting when the news hit: she could start issuing same-sex marriage licenses now, today. A judge had...

Colorado court strikes down state marriage ban

Adams County District Court Judge Scott Crabtree today ruled unconstitutional Colorado's seven-year-old gay marriage ban. He joins the list of judges, now running to more than 20, who have recently issued decisions finding that same-sex-marriage bans violate the rights of gay Americans. He stayed his decision pending appeal to the state Supreme Court.

Wiretap: House Republicans determined to keep losing and losing on gay...

How will they react to a rule set to come today from the labor department stating that any employee can take leave from work to care for a same-sex spouse no matter whether or not they "live in a state that recognizes their marital status"?