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Norton says censure resolution will be easier to pass than impeachment, due to the current Senate recess
Ward 7's Vincent Gray was the only Democrat in a contested race to earn 60% of club members' votes
Brother, Help Thyself, the organization that provides financial support to LGBTQ and HIV/AIDS nonprofits in the Baltimore-D.C. region, presented $71,500 to 26 nonprofits at its...
Congresswoman wants information on office's decision-making process for prosecuting acts of anti-LGBTQ violence
Letter comes in response to LGBTQ community concerns about holding hate-crime perpetrators accountable
Martin Moulton, Bruce Majors, and Ethan and Joe Bishop-Henchman on why they believe the Libertarians can be D.C.'s second party
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...
Washington, D.C. is trying again for a chance to host the Gay Games in 2022 after losing out to Cleveland in 2014. Held every four...
Whitman-Walker's annual Walk & 5K to End HIV celebrates three decades of activism with a retro theme
Senate refusal to attack D.C. nondiscrimination laws may bode well for coalition opposing congressional interference
Representatives from civil liberties, LGBT and reproductive rights groups have bonded together to fight against congressional interference in D.C. after a U.S. House of Representatives committee last...
A press conference of liberal-leaning advocacy groups was convened on Thursday by Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC). The coalition is opposing attempts by Congress to...
Two contested D.C. Council bills appear to have survived a 30-day congressional review period required of all District legislation and are slated to go into effect today, Saturday, May...
LGBT groups stand in solidarity with their allies in the women’s and civil rights movement against congressional interference