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9/11

Benham Brothers claim Hurricane Irma is God's wrath for LGBT rights

Proselytizers and religious right siblings, David and Jason Benham published a video on Monday to warn people that God is taking vengeance on the American LGBT community with natural disasters.

This is all because “God is speaking,” says one, and people should start to repent for their beliefs on marriage equality, gender recognition and gay rights.

Remembering LGBT people of 9/11

The website Angelfire.com have dedicated a page in memoriam for the LGBT people who perished on September 11, 2001.

The website Angelfire.com have dedicated a page in memoriam for the LGBT people who perished on September 11, 2001. It is dedicated to, "The Lovers Who Awaken Each Morning without Their Gay Patriot & Hero beside Them." 

RGOD2: The presence of absence, a reflection on 9/11 and lessons in shared heritage

The complex of buildings, the memorial museum and fountains all create a secure space where deeper contemplation is invited and protected. It is not only a place of wounded memory, but it is a tribute to all that is positive about being human. This is clearly not what the terrorists had in mind 13 years ago, on a day we cannot forget.

VIDEO: The White House marks 11th anniversary of 9/11

President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama observed the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks with a ceremony on the lawn of the White House.

COMMENTARY with VIDEO: Fear no evil, even during a massive blackout

America reacted in fear after 9/11, but Norway didn't after the recent massacre. Our democracy is now saddled with the Patriot Act and other laws that violate our rights to privacy, free speech and due process, and entrench government secrecy and unconstitutional surveillance powers that threaten our freedom.

SUNDAY: SiriusXM OutQ to report on "LGBT Stories of 9/11"

SiriusXM’s LGBT channel OutQ will commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks by reliving the events through the eyes and ears of everyday LGBT Americans affected by the tragedy and by honoring those lost within the community, including United Flight 93 hero Mark Bingham.