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Topic - Matthew Shepard
Nearly two dozen law enforcement officials from across Southern California were honored Tuesday by the Anti-Defamation League for their efforts to fight hate crimes.
Jason Collins had plenty of gifts for Matthew Shepard's parents: a basket, a blowout, an autographed No. 98 jersey that he wears in honor of their son.
Jason Collins played the final eight minutes of a blowout win. Rarely has he been prouder of a performance.
Deron Williams took a moment to snap a few photos of Brooklyn teammate Jason Collins at their shootaround in Portland.
The author of a controversial book about Matthew Shepard's killing says it should send a sobering message about addiction to methamphetamine.
The author of a controversial book about the killing of Matthew Shepard is returning to Wyoming to talk about his investigation.
The author of a controversial book about the murder of Matthew Shepard is coming to Laramie to talk about his investigation into the 1998 slaying.
Flip Wilson, a popular television comedian from the '70s, created a worldly preacher called Rev. LeRoy, pastor of the "Church of What's Happening Now." Any resemblance to any actual church was not at all coincidental. Rev. Leroy once told the congregation that he was "going to Las Vegas because there's sin there and I'm going to put a stop to it. If I can't stop it, at least I'm going to slow it down."
A gay man whose horrific murder has become synonymous with "hate crime" may have been killed over drugs, not homophobia, according to a book written by a gay researcher.
With the Supreme Court preparing to deliver two landmark decisions on same-sex marriage, the Justice Department on Tuesday celebrated gay pride with speeches by Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr., Sen. Tammy Baldwin, Wisconsin Democrat, the first openly gay member of the Senate, and singer-songwriter and lesbian activist Melissa Etheridge.
In George Orwell's allegorical novel "Animal Farm," all animals were equal, but some animals were more equal than others. "Hate-crime" laws treat some victims more equally than others, converting thoughts into crimes. Orwell would understand, but not applaud.
The mother of a gay University of Wyoming student who was robbed and beaten to death in 1998 says she finds it touching that NBA veteran Jason Collins honored her son by wearing jersey No. 98.
Last summer, NBA veteran Jason Collins considered joining an old Stanford college roommate, U.S. Rep. Joseph Kennedy III, at Boston's gay pride parade.
With the simplest of sentences, NBA veteran Jason Collins set aside years of worry and silence to become the first active player in one of four major U.S. professional sports leagues to come out as gay.
The jersey wasn't yet ready for the game against the Lakers (he wore a spare jersey with his name hastily added), but he wore No. 98 against the Blazers.
"Obviously, it's extremely special and I'm very much looking forward to meeting them," he said.