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A trans prsioner in D.C. Jail has been moved to a women's unit, but her class-action lawsuit challening DOC's housing policy will continue.
An 18-year-old Frederick man will serve four years in prison after pleading guilty to strangling a man he perceived to be gay.
Capital Pride scales up its earlier plans in light of the mayor's recent re-opening announcement.
Bar owners are excited but awaiting further guidance about the District's plan to end COVID-19 restrictions on June 11.
A prisoner in D.C. Jail has filed a class action lawsuit challenging a policy that places transgender female inmates in men's units.
Virginia Del. Glenn Davis is suing to find out who is behind anti-LGBTQ texts attacking him ahead of the Virginia GOP's upcoming convention.
The Capital Pride Alliance is accepting nominations for people who have made contributions to the LGBTQ community at the Capital Pride Honors this June.
SaVanna Wanzer, the tireless founder of "May Is? All About Trans," empowers the transgender community -- one teaching moment at a time.
Freddie Lutz will finally realize his 20-year-long dream of opening a "beach bar" in a beach-resort town.
Local softball league launches Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion Committee to improve recruitment and outreach efforts.
Bill prohibits criminal defendants from using a victim's LGBTQ status as justification for violence
Virginia seeks to repeal outdated and inequitable laws that unfairly criminalize people living with HIV. It's about time.
WTTG confirms Blake McCoy has been suspended after tweets criticizing D.C.'s vaccination schedule
Julie Verratti, cofounder of LGBTQ-owned Denizens Brewing, has been tapped by President Biden to join the Small Business Administration.
People over age 16 with chronic conditions will be allowed to sign up for appointments in next wave of vaccinations