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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.
Each state's display pulls together select panels honoring those lost to HIV to commemorate World AIDS Day
Installation in District's Dupont Circle neighborhood is part of the Department of Transportation's Art in the Right of Way program
Advocates say political leaders need to stand up against rhetoric that scapegoats Asians for current pandemic
Order clarifies guidelines for social distancing and use of face coverings when venturing outside the home
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has issued a stay-at-home order for all District residents, following the lead of Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) and Virginia Gov....
Michael Bekesha hopes Ward 6 voters can see past Trump and support a "socially progressive, fiscally responsible" Republican
Insurance company's mailings allowed people to see confidential medical information contained inside
An openly gay D.C. Council candidate has won the endorsement of the LGBTQ Victory Fund ahead of the June 19 Democratic primary. Kent Boese, one...
Bill would essentially gut D.C.'s pro-LGBTQ laws by treating the District as an extension of the federal government
Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton, the District of Columbia’s non-voting delegate to Congress, has introduced a bill to protect D.C.’s LGBTQ rights and reproductive freedom laws...
Amici states argue that a ban on transgender service members is discriminatory and unconstitutional
Local communities will honor those transgender people killed by violence in recent years
On Tuesday, Nic Sakurai’s 6-month long push to have their non-binary gender identification reflected on their driver’s license came to an end. “I got up...
Annual report on infectious diseases shows there's still a high incidence of HIV in Wards 2, 5, 7 and 8