Rainbow Flag Again Burned Outside Harlem Gay BarFor the second time in a just over a month a rainbow "Pride" flag was burned outside the same Harlem bar.
Pride Celebrations Culminate In Massive World Pride March Through ManhattanMore than one million people are expected to be there to mark the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots and the birth of the gay rights movement.
50 Years Later: How NYC’s Stonewall Riots Sparked The Modern Gay Rights MovementThe uprising against police was a major catalyst in the modern gay rights movement. Now, people from around the world are descending on the city to celebrate.
NYC Hosts World Pride: Start Time, March Route, Street ClosuresMillions of people are expected to flock to New York City this weekend for World Pride.
World Pride Expected To Draw Millions To NYCNYC Pride Co-Chair David Studinski tells CBSN New York about the preparations for this year's parade and the Stonewall Riots anniversary.
New Video Shows Pride Flag Set On Fire Outside Harlem Gay BarNew video released Wednesday morning shows a man accused of burning pride flags in Harlem.
'It's Really Just An Act Of Hate': New Video Shows Man Set Fire To Rainbow Flags Outside Gay Bar In HarlemThe suspected hate crime happened on the eve of Pride month.
Madonna Honored With GLAAD Award For LGBTQ AdvocacyThe 60-year-old pop icon turned heads as she walked to her table at the Hilton Midtown in New York on Saturday night, before taking the stage to celebrate her three decades of advocacy work in the LGBTQ community.
Matthew Shepard, Symbol Of LGBTQ Movement, Laid To Rest 20 Years LaterShepard's remains have for 20 years been kept by his family in Wyoming, where the 21-year-old college student was killed in 1998.
Community Rallies Behind Woman Told To Take Down Rainbow FlagAccording to reports, an email was sent to the woman's landlord, which compared the symbol of LGBTQ rights to the Confederate flag.
Gay Student Athlete Opens Up About 'Confrontation' With Football Players At Party"They were the last I ever would have thought to have confronted me like that and be so welcoming."