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Arkansas lawmakers have overridden their own governor's veto of a bill barring transgender youth from accessing gender-affirming treatments.
A British man admitted to stabbing his sons multiple times after they called him out for making anti-LGBTQ comments.
NCAA Mark Emmert opposes trans athlete bans, but won't say whether states with them will lose opportunities to host championship games.
Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson delivered a surprise veto on a bill that criminalized gender-affirming health care for transgender youth
The Principal Deputy White House Press Secretary is also the first out Black woman to ever hold a briefing
Kate Winslet has called out "discrimination and homophobia" in Hollywood and said she knows "at least four" actors who hide their sexuality
With "Deacon," serpentwithfeet opens a new musical chapter that puts satisfaction with life in the foreground
Celebrate the cherry blossoms at home with these delicious dessert and drink combos!
Unflinching moral clarity is complemented by clean and crisp songwriting on the newest album from Crys Matthews
Other concerts during April include Rufus Wainwright, Patti Smith, Roseanne Cash, and Bettye Lavette.
Studio's "Cock" restages Mike Bartlett's love triangle drama straight up with a split-screen twist.
Man was convicted in 1994 at age 18 for engaging in consensual same-sex relations under now-defunct Idaho law.
Assistant Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine said recent bills targeting the trans community are motivated by fear and misunderstanding.
The imaginative frozen creamery offers a number of creamy, dreamy treats to tempt your tastebuds.
An FDA-funded study seeks to develop screening tools that could lead to the end of a blanket deferral period for gay and bi male blood...
With Godzilla vs. Kong, we come for the smash-fest, not the artful nuance, and we get the fight of the century.
Enjoy $5 pints on-site, or go in-depth at home with Atlas' head brewer.
Wunder Garten is going all out with Cherry Blossom specials until April 11.
DCIFF presents the best of indie film now, while innovating for a future beyond film festivals.
Show offers a glimpse at a future industrial urban environment where nature fights to survive