“Don’t Say Gay” bills are expected to increase in 2024 -- but so are court cases challenging these restrictive laws.
The court upheld the hate crime conviction of a man who left harassing notes at homes displaying Pride flags.
A library in rural Kansas was forced to remove books containing LGBTQ content from in order to renew its lease.
Russian authorities raided several LGBTQ venues after the country's Supreme Court declared LGBTQ organizations "extremist."
European researchers found that children with gay dads measurably functioned better on average than their peers from heterosexual parents.
A group of families with LGBTQ children are suing the state of Iowa over a law banning LGBTQ content from schools.
A report claims that efforts to decriminalize homosexuality have helped some countries make better progress on reducing the spread of HIV.
Despite opposition from party leadership, these Republicans broke ranks and voted to expel the embattled New York congressman.
The U.S. House of Representatives has voted to expel Republican Congressman George Santos over alleged ethical and financial misdeeds.
As the United States marks World AIDS Day, the CDC is calling for renewed urgency and financial commitment to combating the spread of HIV.
Embattled Congressman George Santos challenged his accusers during debate leading up to a vote to expel him from Congress.
Students walked out over the reassignment of their principal for allegedly allowing a transgender athlete on the girls' volleyball team.
Two youths are suing the University of Missouri Health System for stopping gender-affirming treatments for transgender minors.
Washington, D.C. ranked fourth among the most tattoo-happy U.S. states, while Montana came in dead last at 51.
Two Democrats introduced a resolution requiring the House to vote on expelling U.S. Rep. George Santos from Congress within 48 hours.