The sponsor of the Indiana Senate's bill to extend anti-discrimination protections to lesbian, gay and bisexual people is pulling the proposal from consideration, dealing a serious blow to efforts to pass legislation this year.
We get a post-Sochi games wrap-up from Chicago Tribune reporter Stacy St. Clair. Also, what's the future of drug policy? And, we talk with the director of a new film that looks at the battle over gay rights within the black community.
Illinois Republican U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk, an outspoken supporter of gay rights, is getting flak for abruptly cancelling the Capitol Hill meeting room reservation for a symposium hosted by a socially conservative group.
Computers and hard drives are destroyed at 'The Guardian.' Declassified documents reveals CIA's role in the 1953 coup in Iran. A kiss between two Russian female athletes calls Russian anti-gay propaganda laws into question.
We learn about the tight grip that multinational corporations have on prison industries in the U.S. and abroad. The murder of Cameroonian gay rights activist Eric Lemembe reflects anti-gay sentiment in the country. Tony Sarabia introduces us to Moroccan trance music.