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Two LGBTQ Latino professionals who one day wish to work at the highest levels of the federal government have been selected by the local Latinx...
A federal appeals court has ruled against a graphic designer who sued the state of Colorado in an attempt to overturn the state’s law prohibiting...
A judge dismissed a lawsuit seeking to overturn the Virginia Department of Education's "model policies" for transgender students.
Sarah Green says she doesn't know whether to invite her grandmother, anti-gay campaigner Anita Bryant, to her wedding
A D.C. man was fatally shot, and a Virginia man was arrested and charged with murder, following an alleged domestic dispute.
Ohio Republican J.D. Vance said "childless" Democrats should not have as much voting power as parents with children.
Lamdba Legal and Athlete Ally are offering trading cards featuring trans athletes as part of a campaign fighting anti-trans sports bans.
North Carolina's largest private insurer will cover facial surgery and voice therapy as medically necessary for transgender patients.
A Maryland man has been charged in the fatal shooting of Taya Ashton, the 31st transgender individual killed in the United States this year.
Matthias Cicotte is under investigation by Alaska's department of law for allegedly authoring racist, anti-Semitic, and anti-LGBTQ tweets
Trump supporter Jerry Detrick has been found guilty after repeatedly defecating on his gay neighbors' lawn
Lawyers for a trans woman who sued the D.C. Department of Corrections for housing her in a men's unit say DOC's housing policy is still...
Department of Labor guidance instructs insurers to remove all costs associated with PrEP, including lab tests and clinic visits
The U.S. Senate has confirmed two LGBTQ women, Shawn Skelly and Gina Ortiz Jones, to top military posts within the Biden administration.
A federal judge has blocked West Virginia's law banning transgender athletes from competing in sports based on gender identity.