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On Dec. 4, Ambassador Susan E. Rice delivered an address outlining the Obama Administration’s global leadership on human rights.
Over a four-decade nursing career, Vicky Sanchez has built a reputation for being motherly, yet no-nonsense. The HIV nurse case manager received the top award as the County marked World AIDS Day by recognizing four women for their fight against HIV/AIDS in the San Diego region.
Since taking office, President Obama and his Administration have taken enormous steps to address the HIV epidemic, both domestically and globally. Find out how.
Police said a BMW station wagon crashed into a taco shop in the North Park area of San Diego early Friday morning, narrowly missing two people who were eating in a booth just feet away.
Southbound state Route 163 was closed at University Avenue in Hillcrest Thursday morning after the body of a man was found on the highway.
For a few years North Park’s been San Diego’s most-talked about neighborhood. It’s basically ground zero for the city’s touted craft beer industry, makes national “hippest neighborhood” lists and functions as the proving ground for urbanist trends like parklets and bike corrals. And for the last few years, North Park’s also been the battlefield for an ongoing fight over drive-thrus.
The runoff for San Diego mayor is set between City Council members David Alvarez and Kevin Faulconer, but questions remain about how much will it cost taxpayers and when will voters get to cast their ballots.
The new SDGLN Reader Poll question asks readers: Is your special person welcome at your family's holiday gatherings?
Responding to popular demand, FilmOut San Diego will present the “9 to 5” comedy, directed by Colin Higgins and starring Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Dolly Parton and Dabney Coleman.
We give thanks to you for supporting us and making our organization the most-read LGBT news source in San Diego and beyond -- with a global readership reaching 200 countries and territories.
The new SDGLN Reader Poll question asks readers about World AIDS Day: Are HIV-prevention efforts working?
The trend, reported across the U.S., involves teens or young adults physically assaulting complete strangers on the street.
Team 10 Troubleshooter Cristin Severance asked San Diego officials what they're going to do about the stores selling known drug equipment.
The City of San Diego is one step closer to have a new mayor. After a long night of waiting for the election numbers to come in, Kevin Faulconer will face David Alvarez in a February runoff, according to unofficial returns.
Today is Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR), a somber day to remember each and every transgender person who has lost their life to violence because of who they are.
Today is election day in San Diego with voters heading to the polls to select the city's next mayor.
"While we all agree that religious freedom is important, no one's religious beliefs make it acceptable to break the law by discriminating against prospective customers."
A right-wing Republican, who is making a play for chairmanship of the powerful House Armed Services Committee, has come under fire for prodding the House GOP campaign wing to deny financial support to two prominent gay candidates for Congress.
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals will provide live video streaming of en banc cases scheduled for oral arguments Dec. 9-11.
San Francisco is often viewed as a Mecca for gay people. But the warmth of the city’s welcome can quickly vanish for those who are poor.
SDGLN media partner GLBTNN compiles "This Just In," a daily LGBT news blog. Check it out!
Nelson Mandela, often called the “father of the nation” in post-apartheid South Africa, died today after a long bout fighting a lung infection. He was 95.