(888) 277-4253

New York

One dead, three injured in NY gay nightclub shooting

Police say the victims were two men and two women.

One person is dead and three others hospitalized after a gunman opened fire in an Upstate New York gay nightclub early Thursday morning.

It happened about 2 am at The Rocks Bar located on Central Avenue in Albany, reports WNYT (ABC 10).

New York man shoved into window in apparent LGBT hate crime

Police have no motive yet as to what may have initiated the attack.

A man was attacked in New York’s Greenwich Village in what police are investigating as a hate crime.

Police say the assailant (see left) shouted homophobic and racist slurs at the victim, then rammed the victim headfirst into a restaurant window on October 2.

Although the glass did not shatter the man was seriously injured and rushed to the hospital.

Transgender woman attacked with hammer in New York

New York trans woman hit in the head by an alleged homophobic assailant.

New York – A transgender woman was attacked with a hammer while walking down 67th Street in Woodside, Queens on Wednesday morning.

ABC 7 News (WABC) is reporting that police are treating the incident as a possible hate crime.

Atlantis charters megaship to celebrate 25 years of all-gay cruises

Atlantis Inc. charters Anthem of the Seas for 25th anniversary

Atlantis Events is celebrating a quarter century of LGBT travel excellence with an historic event on May 21, 2016.

The company has chartered the newest Royal Caribbean’s megaship Anthem of the Seas to make its journey from New York to the private island of CoCo Cay, arriving back to the Big Apple just in time for Memorial Day weekend. 

Save the date for the 2015 GLAAD Media Awards

The Los Angeles celebration is scheduled for Saturday, March 21 at The Beverly Hilton follow by the New York event on Saturday, May 9 at the Waldorf Astoria. Each year, the GLAAD Media Awards in New York and Los Angeles bring together more than 3,000 advocates and allies to raise critical funds for the organization's work.

Gay playwright Daniel McClung dies in Manhattan high-rise fire

A Manhattan playwright was killed and another man was in critical condition after they tried to escape a fire in a high-rise Sunday morning, pouring smoke into the apartments above, officials and witnesses said.

Man walks on technicality in gay assault case

A Brooklyn man accused of brutally beating a man while yelling anti-gay slurs was let loose without an assault charge because of “technical issues” — and now police are hunting for the out-on-bail brute so he can be charged with assault as a hate crime, according to cops and court records.

Landlord sued to add same-gender spouse to lease

Lambda Legal files a complaint against a New York City landlord for refusing to add lesbian tenant Dava Weinstein's spouse Dorothy Calvani to her rent-stabilized lease as is required by state and city law.