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'Pawn Stars' Star Chumlee Taking Plea Deal to Avoid Jail

By Ken Ritter | May 23
One of the stars of the reality TV show "Pawn Stars" told a judge on Monday he's taking a plea deal that would spare him jail time in a case stemming from the discovery of guns, marijuana and other drugs at his Las Vegas home.

Utah Police Suspect Ex-Husband in Arson That Killed LGBT Activist, Restaurateur

May 23
Salt Lake City police believe the ex-husband of an LGBT rights activist and restauranteur, who died in a house fire Sunday, is responsible for setting the blaze.

Police: Trans Woman Attacked By 5 Men in NYC

May 23
New York City police said a transgender woman was attacked by a group of at least five men last week as she walked from a subway in Brooklyn, New York City.

Maryland Trump Delegate Faces Child Porn Charges

May 23
A Maryland Republican Party official says one of the state's Donald Trump delegates probably won't go to the national convention following his federal indictment on child pornography, explosives and firearm charges.

Only in Florida: Walmart Shoplifter Tells Cops She Was 'Too Lazy' to Pay for Sex Toys

May 20
First things first: Who knew they sold sex toys at Walmart?

3 People Sued for Damages Over 2014 Attack on Gay Couple

May 20
Two gay men beaten by a group in Philadelphia are suing three of their attackers.

Report: 3 Men Accused of Beating Gay Man Likely to Avoid Prison Under Plea

May 17
Three Hasidic men accused of beating a gay student in Brooklyn in 2013 will likely avoid prison time due to an expected plea deal, according to a report from the New York Daily News.

48-Year Fugitive Fights to Remain Out of Prison

May 17
After escaping from a Georgia prison in 1968, Robert Stackowitz hid out in a quiet Connecticut town.

Teacher Suspended For Allegedly Sending Nudes to Students Via Grindr

May 16
High school officials from Nashua, N.H. have suspended a teacher after he was accused of sending nude photos of himself to students via the gay hook up app Grindr.

Judge: Law Doesn't Cover Gay Hate Crimes in Ex-Player's Case

By Jonathan Mattise | May 14
West Virginia law doesn't consider violence or threats of violence based solely on a victim's sexual orientation to be a hate crime, a circuit judge ruled Friday.

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