Jonathan Bennett

5 LGBT things you need to know today, Nov. 3

1. Al Reynolds, the ex-husband of former "The View" host Star Jones, has come out as bisexual after more than a decade of speculation. "Today I accept myself as a bisexual man. I have learned that sexual orient...

5 LGBT things you need to know today, July 31

1. Kansa Gov. Sam Brownback was nominated as the ambassador at large for international religious freedom — and his constituents back home are happy to get him out of his current office. Speaking of religious fr...

5 LGBT things you need to know today, Aug. 4

1. Democratic vice-presidential nominee Tim Kaine blasted his Republican counterpart Mike Pence and North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory on LGBT issues at a rally Wednesday. 2. Donald Trump's spokesperson, who ha...

5 LGBT things you need to know today, May 13

1. “So why do we need a law to dictate that people who identify as men have to go to the ladies room and people with identify as ladies have to go to the mens room. We had laws like that once. We used to say th...

5 LGBT things you need to know today, Aug. 20

1. “Let’s just see where this goes! I’m looking to have a steamy affair. I want to have a good time with someone who is passionate... and see where it leads!” So-called “family ...

5 LGBT things you need to know today, May 11

1. The Texas House will debate a bill Tuesday that would prohibit local governments in the state from recognizing same-sex marriages performed in other states, a direct response to the Supreme Court's anticipat...
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Former WNBA star pleads guilty to attack on ex-girlfriend

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Chamique Holdsclaw, former WNBA star who played one year for the Atlanta Dream, pleaded guilty Friday to assaulting her ex-girlfriend and was sentenced to three months probation and ordered to pay a $3,000 fine.

Holdsclaw pleaded guilty to two counts of aggravated assault, criminal damage in the first degree, two counts of criminal damage in the second degree and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, according to a story in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.