Plaintiffs want to keep their jobs while they argue for altering the military's deployment policies for HIV-positive soldiers
Student alleges sexual harassment in bathroom confrontation where administrator ordered student to "prove" he was a boy
Under the new legal standard being applied, the government will have the burden of justifying the ban's existence
Group was ordered to dissolve 4 years ago, but reconstituted under another name to continue promoting conversion therapy
Lawyers for Adree Edmo hope the 9th Circuit will find denying her surgery violates her Eighth Amendment rights
Trump administration is now free to begin implementing restrictions on transgender soldiers starting on April 12
The U.S. Department of Defense has announced its intention to begin moving forward with implementing the Trump administration’s plan to bar most transgender individuals from...
Two judges on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals issued divergent concurring opinions regarding a preliminary injunction that is currently blocking the Trump administration from...
Judge issues injunction to prevent discharges of HIV-positive individuals while case is argued in court
Advocates call decision "a devastating slap in the face to transgender service members"
Several transgender service members are asking the Supreme Court to reject a request from the Trump administration to rule on several challenges to a Trump-proposed...
Federal judges have previously ruled plaintiffs have a likelihood of success in arguing ban is unconstitutional
School district argues that students' restroom use needs to be dictated by the gender listed on their birth certificates
Appeals court's ruling is the seventh to rule against the Trump administration's requests to begin enacting the ban
Plaintiffs say "new" Pentagon policy is no different from previous, more sweeping ban on transgender service members