Four congressmen, including a committee chairman and subcommittee chairman, are demanding more information about U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s use of HIV status and other...
Nikko Briteramos will share his story via a public education campaign to educate black business owners about HIV discrimination
Judge issues injunction to prevent discharges of HIV-positive individuals while case is argued in court
Insurance company's mailings allowed people to see confidential medical information contained inside
Without a preliminary injunction, HIV-positive service members face an imminent threat of being discharged
Lawyers for Nick Harrison say the Pentagon's approach to HIV is outdated and not based on science
Activists have criticized the app, saying it promotes the idea that HIV is a death sentence
Lambda Legal has filed a class-action lawsuit in San Francisco Superior Court against A.J. Boggs & Company, which manages the state’s AIDS Drug Assistance Program,...
Company slammed for sending data to third parties for software development purposes
Plea deal allows Michael Johnson to avoid trial and the risk of a 96-year prison sentence
On Monday, President Donald Trump issued an executive order allowing companies that do business with the federal government to avoid disclosing past instances of discrimination...
The case of a Florida man accused of knowingly putting a sexual partner at risk of contracting HIV can now move forward, following a recent...
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Sunday announced that even though HIV diagnoses have declined by nearly 20 percent over the past...