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How Can Donald Trump Unite the GOP?

POLITICS | May 6
If Republican front-runner Donald Trump gets the presidential nomination, he'll have the enormous task of winning over the general electorate.

Charlotte Mayor Meets with NC State Lawmakers About Anti-LGBT Law

NATIONAL | May 5
The mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina, has met privately with state legislative leaders about her differences with them over a state law blocking her city from enforcing anti-discrimination rules for LGBT people at restaurants, hotels and retail stores.

Latino Commission on AIDS Holds Annual Cielo Gala

AIDS | By EDGE | May 5
On Friday, May 6, The Latino Commission on AIDS will hold their 2016 Annual Cielo Gala event at Cipriani Wall Street.

16th Annual Legacy Grace Project Conference for Women with HIV/AIDS

AIDS | By Winnie McCroy | May 5
This weekend, May 6-8, Legacy Counseling Center holds the largest conference for women living with HIV/AIDS in the nation.

Tech Company Settles Transgender Discrimination Complaint

NATIONAL | May 5
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission says a technology services company working in Minnesota has agreed to pay $140,000 to settle a transgender discrimination complaint.

Only in Florida: Woman Tells Cops KFC Sandwiches 'Contained Semen'

NATIONAL | May 5
A Florida woman contacted police this week to report her chicken sandwiches from KFC allegedly "contained semen," a police report obtained by The Smoking Gun states.

Man Named Avril Lavigne Arrested for Not Registering as Sex Offender

CRIME | May 5
Police from Portland, Ore. arrested a man, who legally changed his name to Avril Lavigne, Tuesday for failing to register as a sex offender.

After Responding to Escort Ad, Idaho Man Viciously Killed

CRIME | May 5
A gay man from Idaho was brutally beaten to death and robbed last week after responding to a male escort ad online.

Watch: Randy Rainbow Sends Up Cruz, Kasich With 'GOP Dropout' Videos

POLITICS | May 5
Randy Rainbow's "GOP Dropout" song parody series ended Thursday with dual entries for failed presidential hopefuls Ted Cruz and John Kasich.

FDA Launches Campaign to Prevent and Reduce Smoking Among LGBT Young Adults

NATIONAL | May 5
Of the more than 2 million LGBT young adults in the U.S., more than 800,000 smoke occasionally. "This Free Life" campaign encourages lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender young adults to live tobacco free.

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