If we're looking for a chance to start fresh, let LGBT Atlanta and its allies start by realizing that seeing the humanity in others is what makes us better as a whole community.
Arizona’s KTAR reports: Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has filed an appeal to undo his criminal contempt of court conviction, Arpaio said in a release Friday. Arpaio’s appeal argues that the pardon he received from President...Show More Summary
“I kind of couldn’t believe I was seeing it.”
The New York Times reports: Driving a car into the busiest parts of Manhattan could cost $11.52 under a major proposal prepared for Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo that would make New York the first city in the United States with a pay-to-drive plan. Show More Summary
Reuters reports: The world’s most powerful government shut down on Saturday after President Donald Trump and the U.S. Congress failed to reach a deal on funding for federal agencies, highlighting the country’s deep political divisions. Show More Summary
The Broadway icon replaces Bette Midler as matchmaker Dolly Levi.
Politico reports: Washington is barreling toward a government shutdown at midnight Friday, with no apparent sign of a last-minute breakthrough and each party blaming the other for causing the crisis. Senate Democrats scheduled a caucus-wide meeting for 8:30 p.m. Show More Summary
Mike Pence's spokeswoman says Rippon's claim that Pence supports "ex-gay" therapy "is totally false." But is it?
The all-star guard with the Atlanta Dream said she was assualted by a long-term employee of the athletic department there.
Rolling Stone reports: After months of speculation, a medical examiner has ruled that Tom Petty died of an accidental overdose, according to a statement from the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner. The Hall of Fame musician...Show More Summary
The indie pop darling talks her new single "Ignore Me" and why albums are over.
“Imagine if all the stuff made by queer people and people of color was no longer here. The world would be rubbish.”
The Washington Post reports: A neighbor of Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, has agreed to plead guilty in federal court in a November attack that left the nation’s best known libertarian with six broken ribs and briefly sidelined him during debate over the tax overhaul, according to court documents. Show More Summary
Plus: "The Alienist" arrives on TNT, "BPM" comes to VOD.
The Hill reports: President Trump declared Friday he made progress toward averting a government shutdown after an “excellent” meeting with Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) at the White House. Schumer emerged from the meeting, however, singing a different tune. Show More Summary
Last April, a Chicago university pastor officiated the wedding of a gay staff member who considered her a close friend. On Friday, Rev. Judy Peterson faces a church disciplinary hearing, and might lose her job permanently. Peterson, the campus pastor… Read The post Campus Pastor Who Officiated Gay Wedding Might Lose Job appeared first on Towleroad.
George Koh, who modeled for Louis Vuitton, and another man have been charged.
The Tampa Bay Times reports: In a 2011 interview with In Touch, five years before the payment but just published this week, Daniels talked about her interactions with Trump, which included a promise of a condo in Trump Tower Tampa. “I...Show More Summary
Religious conservatives such as (from left) Tony Perkins, Kristen Waggoner, and Mat Staver are praising new Health and Human Services moves.