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International Bangladesh Police Arrest Suspect in Killing of Gay Activist

DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) - Police in Bangladesh said Sunday that they have arrested a suspected Muslim militant for his alleged involvement in the killing last month of a gay rights activist and his friend in the capital. READ MORE.

Creep of the Week: Steve King

If you've never listened to Caffeinated Thoughts Radio, let me get you up to speed. It sounds a lot like one of those drive time morning shows with the chattering hosts who think they are hilarious and laugh at themselves a lot. Except Caffeinated Thoughts is a right-wing Christian show dressed up to seem a little hipper than most (and there are so many) right-wing radio shows. READ MORE.

Mombian: Making Museums Welcoming to All Families

Margaret Middleton, a Boston-based designer, says, "But I quickly realized that it wasn't just queer families who were being left out in museums: single parents, adoptive families, foster families and families with divorced parents weren't taken into consideration." READ MORE.

Viewpoint: Diversity, Even in Opinion, is Good

The stakes are too high; the prospects of a Trump presidency are plain and simply too dangerous. However, we can't throw the questionsconcerns raised by the Sanders campaign out with the proverbial bath water. These voices, although dissonant and divisive, must be heard, digested, evaluated and part of an inclusive political process moving forward. READ MORE.

Sports The OutField: Cheering on #EveryFan

Separated by only 11 miles - and both proudly sporting the color blue - Duke University and the University of North Carolina enjoy perhaps the most intense college athletic rivalry in the country. READ MORE.

Special Section: Pride Guide
Past Presidents Of Hotter Than July Honored At Annual Conference

About 50 people came out Friday for Hotter Than July's annual Gathering on LGBT Issues. The conference, which took place at Michigan State University's Detroit Center, has been a part of Detroit Black Gay Pride since its inception in 1996.

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