A queer man was shot in the head last Saturday while standing on the porch of a friend's home in Chicago's Palmer Square neighborhood.
Smollett faces up to 3 years in prison and a $25,000 fine per count.
Jussie Smollett's trial begins almost three years after allegedly faking a hate crime in Chicago
A Chicago-area Catholic school has reversed its decision to rescind a job offer to a female lacrosse coach who is married to another woman.
A court refused to dismiss a gay Chicago Fire Department employee's lawsuit alleging he was discriminated against and sexually harassed.
25-year-old Courtney "Eshay" Key was misgendered in initial police reports
State Rep. Amy Grant said Democratic candidate Ken Mejia-Beal had an "LGBTQ" voice
City previously agreed to settle a lawsuit objecting to gender-specific restrictions requiring women to cover their breasts
"Coach Dave" claims Lori Lightfoot's marriage to another woman shows there's something "seriously wrong" with her judgment
Orlando Perez told police that he returned to Selena Reyes-Hernandez's apartment a second time to shoot her lifeless body
Mayor Lori Lightfoot threatened to strip powers from officers using slurs or excessive force at anti-racism protests
Quinn called it a win for "everybody who has ever felt left out or marginalized or laughed at"
Bea Sullivan-Knoff sued the city, arguing that its policy prohibiting women from performing topless was discriminatory
Five LGBTQ-friendly summer vacation options that don't require a passport
The sergeant is accused of forcing the woman under threat of arrest and telling her she could become one of his "regulars"