As Joe says, "and the United States inches closer to the civilized world." Tied to the legislation that just passed to renew the President's Emergency Program for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) was a provision ending the ban on HIV-positive foreign travelers. The U.S. was one of only a few countries - Armenia, Brunei, China, Iraq, Qatar, South Korea, Libya, Moldova, Oman, Russia, Saudi Arabia, and Sudan were the others, according to HIVplus - that forbade HIV-positive non-citizens from crossing their borders.
The other good news is that the bill passed without a particularly disgusting amendment proposed by Sen. Elizabeth Dole (R-NC) that would have renamed the bill to honor the late Sen. Jesse Helms (also R-NC, hated on previously at JAWNNY here). Yay!
For a particularly moving reaction, I suggest reading this post by Andrew Sullivan, who may be the most well-known person affected by this bill.