Police are looking for the group of teenagers who brutally attacked a man walking on Wyeth Avenue in Brooklyn on Feb. 22.
Rutgers University said Tuesday it’s a way of becoming more welcoming to gay students — co-ed dorm rooms for gay and straight students. But will it fly with parents and others?
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has signed an anti-bullying bill that gay rights advocates say is the toughest law of its kind in the nation.
President Barack Obama says valor and sacrifice in the armed forces are no longer defined by sexual orientation.
Authorities are investigating whether two men in New Jersey were killed because of their sexual orientation.
Department of Justice and Pentagon officials are reviewing a federal judge’s order that the military immediately stop enforcing its ban on openly gay troops.
Same sex couples from out of state rarely come to Connecticut just to tie the knot. They tend to celebrate their marriage, hiring even planners to do it up big.
Investigators said two teens and a 30-year-old man were taken to a vacant house in Morris Heights earlier this month, tied up, sodomized and tortured.
Two New York City men facing trial in Queens are accused of assaulting a transgender woman as they yelled anti-gay slurs.
Frank Lautenberg said he’ll introduce legislation requiring colleges to adopt a code of conduct that prohibits bullying and harassment following Tyler Clementi’s suicide.
The lawsuit filed last week in Brooklyn federal court claims that Donald Zarda was fired because of his sexual orientation. It said Zarda’s employer told him the customer complained Zarda had touched her inappropriately.
Gay couples can’t legally marry in New York, so the City Council has voted to require the clerk to tell them where they can go to get hitched.
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