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Queer people are more likely to report having had negative interactions with police, according to a recent study by the Williams Institute.
Police are seeking to identify three suspects, but do not believe the attack constitutes a "hate crime"
Christian Council claims his attackers called him and a friend "faggots" amid assault
Social conservatives take issue with "hate group" classification, accusing Amazon and the SPLC of engaging in viewpoint discrimination
Civil rights groups call Republican bill a "non-starter" and the "wrong solution" to addressing racial bias in policing
The judge in a highly-publicized and controversial Dallas child custody case has been removed from the case after posting about it on Facebook. Dallas County...
Owens Cross Roads police chief says Jeff Graves "deserves a second chance"
Arizona resident Meagan Hunter has filed an EEOC complaint accusing her employer of sex discrimination
Leonard Steven Grasz has been granted a lifetime appointment to the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals
A coalition of 29 LGBTQ organizations sent a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday asking them to not to confirm Leonard Steven Grasz...
A family court judge in Kentucky who tried to recuse himself from hearing cases involving LGBTQ couples has tendered his resignation. Judge W. Mitchell Nance,...
Signatories crib from conservative pundit Star Parker, comparing rainbow flag to the Confederate flag
The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights has written a letter urging the U.S. Senate to reject the nomination of Damien Schiff, a legal...
Suffolk University study finds gender-nonconforming people are 61 percent more likely to receive disparate treatment
Trump says he'll participate in the second debate, even though he believes Cooper won't be fair to him